[Abcde-users] CDs with terminal multimedia tracks (abcde: message 9 of 20)

J.D. Laub abcde at laubster.33mail.com
Thu Feb 6 18:37:53 GMT 2020

(I too have yet to find a convenient way to search Mailman-run list 
archives like https://lists.einval.com/pipermail/abcde-users/ .)

I have a few enhanced CDs; as a test I just (re)ripped All For Nothing 
by The Replacements and Paper Monsters by Dave Gahan without any problem 
using version 2.9.3 on Neputune 5.

I'm no expert, but here's what I'd suggest. In your current directory, 
move any "abcde.*" working directories aside. Then send output of "abcde 
-v" and "abcde -D". And consider playing around with some of the other 
options described by "abcde -h".

Background: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enhanced_CD

On 2/5/20 7:25 PM, Charles Thorley - charles at thorley.us wrote:
> First off, thanks for this great tool.  Secondly, I looked for a way to search the archives, but did not see one - if I missed something obvious, my apologies.
> I'm using abcde to rip CDs directly to FLAC files.  I'm on macOS 10.14.6, and I installed via Hombrew.  In general, it just works perfectly, very nearly all of the time.  The one exception that I've consistently encountered is that, when ripping a CD that has a multimedia payload for the last track, the penultimate track (i.e. the last non-multimedia track) fails.  Subsequent attempts to resume also fail.  This behavior has been consistent across three CDs that fit this description.  I've searched the man page for all the terms I could think of that might relate to this issue, looking for a flag to set, but either I'm searching poorly, or the info isn't there.
> This is my ~/.abcde.conf:
> ---
> OUTPUTDIR=~/Music/abcde
> ---
> To run the program, i simply execute `abcde` without additional arguments.
> Any help in resolving this would be greatly appreciated.  And again, this is an awesome tool that I'm getting great value out of.
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