1 (edited by sarami 2017-06-18 15:19:13)

Topic: DiscImageCreator

I created a ripping tool. Could you test the following?
Drive: Because I don't have these drive and I don't know that these drive can read lead-in and/or lead-out and supports d8 command.
  - PLEXTOR (old scsi drive)
     PX-W4220T, PX-32TS/CS, PX-83CS/85CS,
     PX-63CS/65CS, PX-43CS 43CE 43CH/45CS 45CE 45CH,
     DM-3028/5028, DM-3024/5024, DM-3021/5021, DM-3020/5020
  - Other maker(http://forum.redump.org/post/49337/#p49337) and Teac and Yamaha

Disc: CD-MIDI & CD-i Ready, CD-i Bridge (Because I don't have these disc.)
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Supported/Unsupported Disc

* Supported Disc (I tested these)
 - Apple Macintosh
 - Audio CD
 - Bandai Playdia
 - DVD-Video
 - Fujitsu FM Towns series
 - IBM PC compatible
 - NEC PC-98 series CD
 - NEC PC-Engine CD
 - NEC PC-FX
 - Panasonic 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
 - Philips CD-i
 - Sega Dreamcast
 - Sega Mega-CD
 - Sega Saturn
 - Sony PlayStation
 - Sony PlayStation 2
 - SNK Neo Geo CD
 - VCD

* Support WIP (Because I haven't enough to test)
 - Protected Disc
    bad(error) sector                   => SafeDisc, SmartE, Cactus Data Shield 300
                                           ProtectCD-VOB
    weak sector                         => SafeDisc v2 or higher
    unique data on subchannel           => LibCrypt, SecuROM(v1 - v4.8x)
    Intensional(deliberate) C1/C2 error => Cactus Data Shield 200
    characteristic track                => CD Lock
    Fake TOC                            => Cactus Data Shield 100
    Pregap                              => Key2Audio
    read errors?                        => PhenoProtect

* Supported Disc? (I haven't tested these yet)
 - Acorn Archimedes
 - Bandai / Apple Pippin
 - Commodore Amiga CD
 - Commodore Amiga CD32
 - Commodore Amiga CDTV
 - Mattel HyperScan
 - Microsoft Xbox
 - Microsoft Xbox 360
 - NEC PC-88 series CD
 - Sharp X68000 CD
 - Tandy / Memorex Visual Information System
 - Tao iKTV CD
 - Tomy Kiss-Site CD
 - VM Labs NUON DVD
 - VTech V.Flash

* Probably Unsupported Disc
 - Protected Disc
    no signal sector => LaserLock, RingPROTECH, ProRing
     The result doesn't match at each drives.
    read error       => CodeLock
     Compared to CloneCD or CD Manipulator, a plextor detects a double error.

* Unsupported Disc
 - Protected Disc
    different frequency               => SecuROM(v5 or higher), StarForce, CD-Cops
     These needs DPM(Data position measurement). cue, ccd doesn't support DPM.
     To store DPM, you need to use the Alcohol 120/52% (http://www.alcohol-soft.com/)
    duplicated(double, triple) sector => Alpha-ROM, ROOT, TAGES
     It can read in reverse, but specifications are not decided in redump.org
 - HD DVD & Blu-ray Disc
    I don't have a drive, so I can't test.
 - Nintendo GameCube & Wii
    I don't implement a code to decrypt. (if you have a supported drive,
   you can rip a "encrypted" image.)

Recommend / Not recommend drive

* Recommend drive
 CD: (Drives must be able to rip by scrambled mode and read lead-out and read lead-in).
   - PLEXTOR (No OEM Drive)
     - PX-760, PX-755, PX-716, PX-714, PX-712, PX-708, PX-704, 
       Premium2, Premium, PX-W5224, PX-4824, PX-4012 (PX-714, PX-704 can't test it enough.)
       - Firmware of a plextor drive: http://www.skcj.co.jp/discon/download/index.html
         (Without a reason, you should update the latest firmware.)
       - PleXTools Professional XL: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.plextor-digital.com/index.php/component/option,com_jdownloads/Itemid,55/catid,86/cid,470/task,view.download//
       - PX-Info Utility: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.plextor-digital.com/index.php/component/option,com_jdownloads/Itemid,0/catid,86/cid,468/task,view.download/
          Useful tool for PLEXTOR.
   - HL-DT-ST
     - UH12NS30 (Combined Offset minus disc only)
 GD: TSSTcorp(TS-H353A, TS-H352C, TS-H192C)
     http://forum.redump.org/post/14552/#p14552 <- This drive might be supported too.
 DVD: All supported drive
 Floppy: All supported drive

* Not recommend (because can't read lead-in and/or lead-out, can't exec 0xd8 command)
 CD:
   - PLEXTOR (OEM drive)
      PX-8xx/PX-Bxxx(many maker), PX-751A(BenQ DW1670), PX-750A/UF(TEAC DV-W516E),
      PX-740A/UF(BenQ DW1640), PX-6xx(Pioneer, Panasonic and so on),
      PX-504A/UF(NEC ND-1100A), PX-2xx(Lite-on, BenQ, NEC), PX-1xx(Pioneer and so on),
      PX-S2410TU(TEAC CD-W224E), PX-54TA(Mitsumi FX5400), PX-R24CS(RICOH RO-1420C),
   - Other maker
 Protected CD:
   - SecuRom 3
    - PLEXTOR
       PX-4824A (ecc/edc of the 2 sector doesn't match)
   - CDS200, Label Gate, XCP
    - PLEXTOR
       PX-4824A (doesn't get the TOC correctly)

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Attention
1. Before you report a bug, could you test the latest test version. Nevertheless a bug exists, could you upload all created file except bin, img and scm. And could you tell me the disc title ,region, barcode and ringcode.

especiallly, the following error is fatal. Never fail to send the log to PM or to attach the log to this post.

[L:xxx] Internal error. Failed to analyze the subchannel. Track[xx]/[xx]

2. If you want to add the database of redump'org or to send the data(and log) to the other person (especially to admin or moderator), please dump at least twice using different drives and different tool.  (Because my tool isn't perfect. But the other tools also isn't perfect... If you don't understand, please post the message.)
Different tool is below
CD:
  - perfectrip (http://perfectrip.cdfreaks.com/)
     related topic: http://forum.redump.org/topic/4495/sega … -28112010/
                          http://forum.redump.org/topic/4995/perf … detection/
                          http://forum.redump.org/topic/15251/any … ctrip-b30/
  - IsoBuster (http://www.isobuster.com/) and Exact Audio Copy (http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/)
     old dumping guide for this two tools: https://web.archive.org/web/20130114020 … ping_guide
  - Other(px_d8.exe, CDTool.exe, cdtoimg.exe, etc.)
      related topic: http://forum.redump.org/topic/2057/offs … iscussion/
                           http://forum.redump.org/post/17681/#p17681
      my batch file to execute these exe: (http://www.mediafire.com/download/?4lfcg9iaajan4qx/)
Protected CD:
  - SafeDisc
     - CD Manipulator
      related topic: http://forum.redump.org/topic/2201/dump … edisc-cds/
GD:
  - dctools
      related topic: http://forum.redump.org/topic/2620/drea … tructions/
  - DCdumper
      related topic: http://forum.redump.org/topic/9436/new- … st-please/
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Download (You must read the attention of the above before download)
Package (binary, source) latest version 20170507
https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … r/releases
Repository
https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImageCreator
Test version 20170618
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … or_test.7z

EccEdc
This program checks or fix user data of the 2048 byte per sector by using ecc/edc.
This also creates 2352 sector with sync, addr, ecc, edc (user data is all zero).
  Put it to directory of DiscImageCreator.exe. (If EccEdc doesn't exist, DiscImageCreator works.)

Package (binary, source) latest version 20170430
https://github.com/saramibreak/EccEdc/releases
Repository
https://github.com/saramibreak/EccEdc
Test version 20170518
http://www.mediafire.com/file/2quudw2bl … dc_test.7z
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Ripping information

* Preparation
 Download and install Visual C++ Redistributable Packages.
  https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53587
 EccEdc checking tool (for CD)
  https://github.com/saramibreak/EccEdc/releases
  Put it to directory of DiscImageCreator.exe.
  (If EccEdc doesn't exist, DiscImageCreator works.)

* Ripping Guide for CD
 DiscImageCreator.exe cd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)]

 For secure ripping, I recommend using /c2 option
  DiscImageCreator.exe cd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)] /c2
 
 About others option, run exe without args to get detail info.

* Ripping Guide for DVD
 DiscImageCreator.exe dvd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-16)]

* Ripping Guide for Floppy Disk
 DiscImageCreator.exe fd [DriveLetter] foo.bin

* Ripping Guide for SafeDisc
** Method 1 (Other tools)
 http://forum.redump.org/topic/2201/dumping-safedisc-cds/

** Method 2
 DiscImageCreator.exe cd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)] /rc

* Ripping Guide for SmartE, LaserLock, RingPROTECH, ProRing
 DiscImageCreator.exe cd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)] /rc

* Ripping Guide for SecuROM(v1 - v5.xx)
 DiscImageCreator.exe cd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)] /se

* Ripping Guide for GD-ROM (The high density area)
** Preparation
 create the audio trap disc in advance.
 (a disc with a hacked TOC of 99 mins audio, burn it with CloneCD or Alcohol 52/120%).
   http://www.mediafire.com/?2nygv2oyzzz

** Method 1 (Other tools)
 http://forum.redump.org/topic/2620/dreamcastnaomi-gdrom-dumping-instructions/

** Method 2 (Other tools)
 http://forum.redump.org/topic/9436/new-dreamcast-dumping-program-test-please/

** Method 3
1. insert the audio trap disc to a supported drive.
2. run below. (stop spinning disc)
   DiscImageCreator.exe stop [DriveLetter]
3. use a pin to press the escape eject button, so the tray will eject (or remove
   the drive cover).
4. insert the gdrom and gently push the tray back (or put the drive cover back on).
5. run below. (start rippping gdrom)
   DiscImageCreator.exe gd [DriveLetter] foo.bin [DriveSpeed(0-72)]

Re: DiscImageCreator

Win7 x64:

DeviceIoControl with SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT command failed [F:ReadTOCFull][L:1377]
Can't get CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA 2

Re: DiscImageCreator

console wrote:

D:\test>DiscImageCreator.exe -rall H: 4 dump
DiscImageCreator BuildDate:[Jul  7 2012 00:01:08]
Start->Sun 2012-09-30 03:33:15 ╠юёъютёъюх тЁхь  (чшьр)

SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCFull][L:1574]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq: 04:1B:00(HARDWARE_ERROR. SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR)
Can't get CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA 2
End->Sun 2012-09-30 03:33:25 ╠юёъютёъюх тЁхь  (чшьр)

dump.log.txt wrote:

Device Info
    DeviceType:CD/DVD device
    DeviceTypeQualifier:0
    DeviceTypeModifier:0
    RemovableMedia:Yes
    Versions:0
    ResponseDataFormat:2
    HiSupport:Yes
    NormACA:Yes
    TerminateTask:No
    AERC:No
    AdditionalLength:91
    MediumChanger:No
    MultiPort:No
    EnclosureServices:No
    SoftReset:No
    CommandQueue:No
    LinkedCommands:No
    RelativeAddressing:No
    VendorId:PLEXTOR
    ProductId:DVDR   PX-760A 
    ProductRevisionLevel:1.07
    VendorSpecific:08/18/07  15:10     
Drive speed
    RequestType:CdromSetStreaming
    ReadSpeed:0KB/sec
    WriteSpeed:0KB/sec
    RotationControl:CdromCAVRotation
Configuration
    CurrentMedia:CD-ROM
    FeatureProfileList
        DVD+R DL, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R LayerJump, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW Sequential, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-ROM, CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM,
    FeatureCore
        PhysicalInterface:ATAPI
        DeviceBusyEvent:No
        INQUIRY2:No
    FeatureMorphing
        Asynchronous:No
        OCEvent:No
    FeatureRemovableMedium
        Lockable:Yes
        DBML:No
        DefaultToPrevent:No
        Eject:Yes
        Load:No
        LoadingMechanism:Tray type loading mechanism
    FeatureRandomReadable
        LogicalBlockSize:2048
        Blocking:1
        ErrorRecoveryPagePresent:Yes
    FeatureMultiRead
    FeatureCdRead
        CDText:Yes
        C2ErrorData:Yes
        DigitalAudioPlay:No
    FeaturePowerManagement
    FeatureCDAudioAnalogPlay
        SeperateVolume:Yes
        SeperateChannelMute:Yes
        ScanSupported:Yes
        NumerOfVolumeLevels:256
    FeatureMicrocodeUpgrade
        M5:Yes
    FeatureTimeout
        Group3:Yes
        UnitLength:3332
    FeatureRealTimeStreaming
        StreamRecording:Yes
        WriteSpeedInGetPerf:Yes
        WriteSpeedInMP2A:Yes
        SetCDSpeed:Yes
        ReadBufferCapacityBlock:Yes
        SetMinimumPerformance:No
    FeatureLogicalUnitSerialNumber
        SerialNumber:433740 
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF00]
        VendorSpecificData:[01 01 01 03 ]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF02]
        VendorSpecificData:[]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF10]
        VendorSpecificData:[00 0A 00 06 10 8A 06 E4 02 C2 00 09 00 0A 21 13 16 0D 0B 06 05 83 02 C2 ]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF11]
        VendorSpecificData:[00 2B 00 0A 36 1A 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 1B 00 0E 61 62 56 90 40 EC 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 1A 00 08 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 15 00 06 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 00 14 00 08 20 76 15 A4 0A D2 05 69 00 11 00 0E 61 62 56 90 40 EC 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0A D2 ]
TOC on SCSIOP_READ_TOC
     Data Track  1, LBA      0-   540, Length    541
     Data Track  2, LBA    541- 24289, Length  23749
    Audio Track  3, LBA  24290- 33846, Length   9557
    Audio Track  4, LBA  33847- 51471, Length  17625
    Audio Track  5, LBA  51472- 67150, Length  15679
    Audio Track  6, LBA  67151- 89529, Length  22379
    Audio Track  7, LBA  89530-100476, Length  10947
    Audio Track  8, LBA 100477-111397, Length  10921
    Audio Track  9, LBA 111398-128682, Length  17285
    Audio Track 10, LBA 128683-144172, Length  15490
                                       Total  144173
CDTEXT on SCSIOP_READ_TOC
    Nothing

4 (edited by sarami 2012-12-31 07:07:24)

Re: DiscImageCreator

Hmm...
For now, added log string (CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA:Length) & GetLastError().

Also, to rip, please tell me this disc title. I want to test too.

about secure extracting:
In redump.org,

Please dump all tracks at least twice (if possible, using different drives) to be sure that they are correct!

So, I don't code secure extracting especially.

Jackal wrote:

PX-760A, Win7 x64:

D:\di>discimagecreator -rall f 4 sf2collection2.bin
DiscImageCreator BuildDate:[Nov  2 2012 22:20:18]
Start->2012-12-07(Fri) 10:15:42

DeviceIoControl with SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT command failed [F:ReadTOCFull][L:1
623]
Can't get CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA 2
End->2012-12-07(Fri) 10:17:23

PX-W4824TA, Win7 x64:

D:\di>discimagecreator -rall f 4 sf2collection2.bin
DiscImageCreator BuildDate:[Nov  2 2012 22:20:18]
Start->2012-12-07(Fri) 10:21:02

DeviceIoControl with SCSI_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT command failed [F:ReadTOCFull][L:1
623]
Can't get CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA 2
End->2012-12-07(Fri) 10:22:55

Hopefully you can fix this issue.. This seems like a promising tool and it might just be what we're looking for (with Trurip being hoarded and potentially buggy, and iR0b0t's dumping tool being an eternal WIP)... It's open source, uses d8 with offset correction. Can you tell us something about the methods for 'secure' extracting? (I didn't check out the source.. does it use c2/rereading?)

Re: DiscImageCreator

console wrote:

D:\test>DiscImageCreator.exe -rall H: 4 dump
DiscImageCreator BuildDate:[Dec  9 2012 00:28:36]
Start->2012-12-27(Thu) 23:32:17

SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCFull][L:1629]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq: 04:1B:00(HARDWARE_ERROR. SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER ERROR)
Can't get CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA 2


End->2012-12-27(Thu) 23:32:28

dump.log.txt wrote:

Device Info
    DeviceType:CD/DVD device
    DeviceTypeQualifier:0
    DeviceTypeModifier:0
    RemovableMedia:Yes
    Versions:0
    ResponseDataFormat:2
    HiSupport:Yes
    NormACA:Yes
    TerminateTask:No
    AERC:No
    AdditionalLength:91
    MediumChanger:No
    MultiPort:No
    EnclosureServices:No
    SoftReset:No
    CommandQueue:No
    LinkedCommands:No
    RelativeAddressing:No
    VendorId:PLEXTOR
    ProductId:DVDR   PX-760A 
    ProductRevisionLevel:1.07
    VendorSpecific:08/18/07  15:10     
Drive speed
    RequestType:CdromSetStreaming
    ReadSpeed:62464KB/sec
    WriteSpeed:73KB/sec
    RotationControl:CdromCAVRotation
Configuration
    CurrentMedia:CD-ROM
    FeatureProfileList
        DVD+R DL, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R LayerJump, DVD-R DL, DVD-RW Sequential, DVD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-ROM, CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM,
    FeatureCore
        PhysicalInterface:ATAPI
        DeviceBusyEvent:No
        INQUIRY2:No
    FeatureMorphing
        Asynchronous:No
        OCEvent:No
    FeatureRemovableMedium
        Lockable:Yes
        DBML:No
        DefaultToPrevent:No
        Eject:Yes
        Load:No
        LoadingMechanism:Tray type loading mechanism
    FeatureRandomReadable
        LogicalBlockSize:2048
        Blocking:1
        ErrorRecoveryPagePresent:Yes
    FeatureMultiRead
    FeatureCdRead
        CDText:Yes
        C2ErrorData:Yes
        DigitalAudioPlay:No
    FeaturePowerManagement
    FeatureCDAudioAnalogPlay
        SeperateVolume:Yes
        SeperateChannelMute:Yes
        ScanSupported:Yes
        NumerOfVolumeLevels:256
    FeatureMicrocodeUpgrade
        M5:Yes
    FeatureTimeout
        Group3:Yes
        UnitLength:3332
    FeatureRealTimeStreaming
        StreamRecording:Yes
        WriteSpeedInGetPerf:Yes
        WriteSpeedInMP2A:Yes
        SetCDSpeed:Yes
        ReadBufferCapacityBlock:Yes
        SetMinimumPerformance:No
    FeatureLogicalUnitSerialNumber
        SerialNumber:433740 
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF00]
        VendorSpecificData:[01 01 01 03 ]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF02]
        VendorSpecificData:[]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF10]
        VendorSpecificData:[00 0A 00 06 10 8A 06 E4 02 C2 00 09 00 0A 21 13 16 0D 0B 06 05 83 02 C2 ]
    Vendor Specific. FeatureCode[0xFF11]
        VendorSpecificData:[00 2B 00 0A 36 1A 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 1B 00 0E 61 62 56 90 40 EC 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 1A 00 08 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0C FC 00 15 00 06 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 00 14 00 08 20 76 15 A4 0A D2 05 69 00 11 00 0E 61 62 56 90 40 EC 2B 48 20 76 15 A4 0A D2 ]
TOC on SCSIOP_READ_TOC
     Data Track  1, LBA      0-106414, Length 106415
    Audio Track  2, LBA 106415-107014, Length    600
                                       Total  107015
CDTEXT on SCSIOP_READ_TOC
    Nothing
CDROM_TOC_FULL_TOC_DATA:Length 55

Re: DiscImageCreator

Hi sarami, I've got a few issues to report.

1. I was verifying this disc with your program and tracks 12 & 13 don't match the database. I dumped it using two different drives and got the same results. However, when I dump it with PerfectRip or EAC my results match the database. The pregap seems to be detected differently, which is causing it to not match. Here is a link with the log files and subcode file: Toushinden (Japan) (v1.1)

2. As you can see from my files, the program does not keep periods in the file name (v1.1 gets named as v1). Is this an easy problem to fix or not fixable?

3. The last issue is with .ccd and .cue file output. Can you make the program not add a byte order mark at the start of the file? This makes the .cue files not match the database, and having a BOM makes .ccd files and .cue files unusable in a lot of software.

I hope you can fix these issues in a future version smile

Re: DiscImageCreator

Enker wrote:

I hope you can fix these issues in a future version smile

Would be nice if he could at least get it working in Win7 x64 also.

Re: DiscImageCreator

I'm still on old 32-bit, but that would be nice for many others I'm sure. This program would be a good addition to the dumping guides, once all of the issues are fixed.

9 (edited by sarami 2013-02-04 14:41:49)

Re: DiscImageCreator

upload version 20121228.
support CDG(CD Graphics)
fix Paragraph Boundary

F1ReB4LL wrote:

Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq: 04:1B:00(HARDWARE_ERROR. SYNCHRONOUS DATA TRANSFER

mmm.. Probably a bug in my soft, but don't appear in my PC and drive.. Please test 20121228 ver. & If you can, please change your PC and/or drive.

Enker wrote:

Hi sarami, I've got a few issues to report.

1. I was verifying this disc with your program and tracks 12 & 13 don't match the database. I dumped it using two different drives and got the same results. However, when I dump it with PerfectRip or EAC my results match the database. The pregap seems to be detected differently, which is causing it to not match. Here is a link with the log files and subcode file: Toushinden (Japan) (v1.1)

Your subcode log file

LBA[175329, 0x2ACE1], Audio, 2ch, Copy NG, Pre-emphasis No, TOC[TrackNum-12, Index-01, RelativeTime-03:36:37, AbsoluteTime-38:59:54] RtoW:ZERO mode
LBA[175330, 0x2ACE2], Audio, 2ch, Copy NG, Pre-emphasis No, International Standard... (ISRC)[   , AbsoluteTime-     :55] RtoW:ZERO mode
LBA[175331, 0x2ACE3], Audio, 2ch, Copy NG, Pre-emphasis No, TOC[TrackNum-13, Index-00, RelativeTime-00:01:73, AbsoluteTime-38:59:56] RtoW:ZERO mode

A bug in my soft. Probably, LBA175330 is TrackNum13 & RelativeTime00:01:74. But somehow subcode data is ISRC.
For the present, cleaning your pickup lens of drive & disc.

Enker wrote:

2. As you can see from my files, the program does not keep periods in the file name (v1.1 gets named as v1). Is this an easy problem to fix or not fixable?

your file

Toushinden (Japan) (v1.pcm.cue

This file is created by perfectrip? If so, please look at the setting for your PC.

Re: DiscImageCreator

sarami wrote:

upload version 20121228.

All three issues are still present in this version, though I didn't expect them to be fixed yet.

sarami wrote:

For the present, cleaning your pickup lens of drive & disc.

1. I redumped the disc at speed 0 with the new version and it produced a cleaner sub file, but the issue still remains. The disc is very clean, but there is a tiny spot I see that could be causing the issue.

sarami wrote:

This file is created by perfectrip? If so, please look at the setting for your PC.

2. Both your program and PerfectRip have the file name issue. I don't think there is any setting I can change to fix this. Other programs I use don't have this issue.

3. Take a look below to see the problem I'm talking about. The first 3 bytes are the issue.

ccd file wrote:

EF BB BF 5B 43 6C 6F 6E 65 43 44 5D 0D 0A 56 65   ï»¿[CloneCD]..Ve

cue file wrote:

EF BB BF 46 49 4C 45 20 22 54 6F 75 73 68 69 6E   ï»¿FILE "Toushin

Re: DiscImageCreator

Well, the 20121228 x64 build is working now for me.. Data only disc dumped correctly, will try audio later.

Re: DiscImageCreator

Jackal wrote:

Well, the 20121228 x64 build is working now for me.. Data only disc dumped correctly, will try audio later.

It always worked on data only discs, but still crashes on any cdda/data+cdda even with 20121228. Try to dump CDDA, CD+G or Data+CDDA discs.

http://club.myce.com/f61/synchronous-da … ta-215678/ -- same issue?

13 (edited by Nexy 2012-12-31 12:28:04)

Re: DiscImageCreator

What we would really like, is a proper Audio dumping tool without the bugs of EAC or stupid interface/lack of multiread of Perfect Rip.

Reading into pregaps, dumping them as scrambled with offset correction, and reading into lead-out. Plextor or other drives which support same features (are there any?). Addtionally, Proper gap detection, ISRC, CD+G, and Multi-session.

Seriously, a "do all in one click" tool is not possible, although I like to see people try, and also coding dump tools. But there should be multiple tools do to specific jobs perfectly, rather than a "do it all" tool that does everything, but nothing well. There is already a plethora of such tools.

Plextor PX-760A 1.07 (+30) : Plextor PX-W5224A 1.04 (+30) : Plextor PX-W1210TA 1.10 (+99) : Plextor PX-W1610TA (+99) : Lite-On LTR-48246S (+6) : Lite-On LH-20A1H LL0DN (+6) : BenQ DW1655 BCIB (+618) :  ASUS DRW-2014L1 1.02 (+6) : Yamaha CRW-F1 (+733)

Re: DiscImageCreator

Nexy wrote:

Seriously, a "do all in one click" tool is not possible

TruRip does everything in one click :-) Many glitches, but it still proves it's possible.

Re: DiscImageCreator

Could you upload a 32-bit version? I can't test 64-bit programs.

Re: DiscImageCreator

You fixed the dumping problem smile The tracks now match PerfectRip's and the database. The log still has ISRC entries though. Here is a link with the subcode and log files: http://www.mediafire.com/?yvido8a9uc88ooq

Re: DiscImageCreator

Enker wrote:

2. Both your program and PerfectRip have the file name issue. I don't think there is any setting I can change to fix this. Other programs I use don't have this issue.

It may be beside the point...

If you use Windows7, check off below
explorer -> tool(T) -> folder option(O) -> show tab 'Do not show extensions that are registered'
(I don't use English version, so may not be accurate.)

18 (edited by Enker 2013-01-19 02:17:38)

Re: DiscImageCreator

sarami wrote:

If you use Windows7, check off below
explorer -> tool(T) -> folder option(O) -> show tab 'Do not show extensions that are registered'

Hiding or showing file extensions doesn't fix the issue.

Now I've got another bug to report. I noticed that the combined offset is detected incorrectly for these two Plextor drives: PX-W1210TA, PX-W2410TA
The combined offset is detected as +588 samples too big, but the disc still dumps correctly, just the CD offset is listed wrong. I noticed this in the log: Need overread sector: 2
This is set to 1 for my working Plextors, and it looks like it needs to be set to 1 for these two drives as well.
Here is a log file: http://www.mediafire.com/?5y8kdp4q42t27rj

The following errors appear before the dumping starts with both of these drives:

PX-W1210TA
SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadConfiguration][L:1089]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq: 05:20:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CO
DE)

PX-W2410TA
SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCText][L: 1696]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq:05:24:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID FIELD IN CDB)
Can't get CDROM_TOC_CD_TEXT_DATA

19 (edited by sarami 2013-01-19 08:24:36)

Re: DiscImageCreator

PX-W1210TA
SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadConfiguration][L:1089]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq: 05:20:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID COMMAND OPERATION CO
DE)

If you can, firmware(http://www.skcj.co.jp/discon/download/internal.html) update.

PX-W2410TA
SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCText][L: 1696]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq:05:24:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID FIELD IN CDB)
Can't get CDROM_TOC_CD_TEXT_DATA

Fixed to read continued
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?w1585tm93k9vso9

Re: DiscImageCreator

Need overread sector is now set to 1 after updating the PX-W1210TA (1.10), but the PX-W2410TA (1.04) still has Need overread sector: 2, which is making the CD offset +590 instead of +2.

I am still getting this error with both drives:

SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCText][L: 1696]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq:05:24:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID FIELD IN CDB)

Re: DiscImageCreator

Perhaps your PX-W2410TA has a bug on firmware, and the read offset with subcode reading differs from the expected. You could run CDTool to extract a image from a CDDA disc with/without subcode reading, and compare both dumps.

My wishlist for sarami:

-An option to select raw/packed mode for subcode reading. Reason: There are CDs with R-W filled with 0xFF, and real Plextor drives dump these discs awfully slow if packed mode is selected.

-An option to select single sector reads instead bursts of sectors. Reason: I have noticed that I can extract the R-W data from a CD+G error free only if single sector mode is selected (PF) with my PX-W4824TU drive, packed mode selected.

On semi-vacation. MSF/AMSF to LBA/offset and viceversa calculator: link
To write properly occidental characters contained in japanese titles: screenshot
Spaces must be the fullwidth variant: link / screenshot

22 (edited by sarami 2013-01-22 06:49:31)

Re: DiscImageCreator

Enker wrote:

Need overread sector is now set to 1 after updating the PX-W1210TA (1.10), but the PX-W2410TA (1.04) still has Need overread sector: 2, which is making the CD offset +590 instead of +2.

I am still getting this error with both drives:

SCSI bus status codes:02-CHECK_CONDITION [F:ReadTOCText][L: 1696]
Sense data, Key:Asc:Ascq:05:24:00(ILLEGAL_REQUEST. INVALID FIELD IN CDB)

Please tell me px_d8 log & dump data to cdtoimg (about sector 1-5) your PX-W1210TA (1.10) & PX-W2410TA (1.04)
Btw, cdtoimg link (http://vigi.dremora.com/cdtoimg.rar) is deleted? reupload(http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?9b31r4fv44eut36)

pablogm123 wrote:

-An option to select raw/packed mode for subcode reading. Reason: There are CDs with R-W filled with 0xFF, and real Plextor drives dump these discs awfully slow if packed mode is selected.
-An option to select single sector reads instead bursts of sectors. Reason: I have noticed that I can extract the R-W data from a CD+G error free only if single sector mode is selected (PF) with my PX-W4824TU drive, packed mode selected.

Please tell me disc title. I want to test.

Btw, when read subchannel using at "plextor read cd command(d8)", can't set raw(001b)/packed(100b). In case of plextor drive, it can set from 000b to 011b.
If set 000b, don't get subchannel, if set 001b, get a formatted Q subchannel(16byte), if set 010b, mainchannel(2352byte)+PtoW subchannel(96byte), if set 011b, PtoW subchannel(96byte). subchennel is Corrected and de-interleaved R-W(not raw).

Also, this tool is reading per 1 sector in case of CD.

23 (edited by pablogm123 2013-01-22 13:26:44)

Re: DiscImageCreator

I have a few of pressed CDDA discs with R-W filled with 0xff bytes.

The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
Hot Hits - Adventurous New Music Sampler (I have dumped this disc for redump.org)
Launch - Back to Abnormal
WipEout 2097: The Soundtrack (dumped for redump.org)
Acclaims Raving X-Mas (dumped for this project)
Doug Laurent - Half-Life

Additionally, the Cyberwar (US release, the four discs) game has only the T subcode filled with 0xff. Same issue as above.

I can reproduce this issue with any CD I have mentioned, a real Plextor drive (I own PX-W4824TU, PX-716AL and PX-755SA) and this software.

-CDTool, 100b mode selected. (001b isn't affected)
-PerfectRip, 100b mode selected. (001b isn't affected)
-The subdump program offered for this site to dump subcodes, if -mode 2 or 3 is selected. -mode 0/1 dumps at normal speed. According to documentation of subdump:
0 - 96 bytes, subs only (BE).
1 - 2448 bytes and excluding 2352 data bytes, leaving 96 sub bytes only (BE).
2 - 96 bytes, subs only (D8).
3 - 2448 bytes and excluding 2352 data bytes, leaving 96 sub bytes only (D8).

-Your DiscImageCreator program.

Read speed is awfully slow, more or less one minute to extract 600 sectors at 24x speed.

If you don't own any pressed CD with R-W filled with 0xff, you could create one home-made filling the R-W of sub file from a ccd/img/sub CloneCD image with the r2wfill program. r2wfill file.sub 255 and burning that image.

On semi-vacation. MSF/AMSF to LBA/offset and viceversa calculator: link
To write properly occidental characters contained in japanese titles: screenshot
Spaces must be the fullwidth variant: link / screenshot

Re: DiscImageCreator

pablogm123 wrote:

Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill

Which do you have UK(9362-459012) or USA(945901-2)?

Re: DiscImageCreator

UK(9362-459012). I show a MCN frame from my disc.

http://img827.imageshack.us/img827/7084/mcni.png

On semi-vacation. MSF/AMSF to LBA/offset and viceversa calculator: link
To write properly occidental characters contained in japanese titles: screenshot
Spaces must be the fullwidth variant: link / screenshot