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Old 08 November 2006, 10:38   #35
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You have to use the ipf library to decode a track each time it is being accessed on a track that hasn't been decoded before, or whenever a new revolution starts on the same track.

In addition to emulate generic MFM devices it is a good idea to use the builtin emulation.

IPF files do not have the concept of format specific errors or anything similar; they generate raw bitstreams (after agc, but before any kind of decoding takes place) and timing information. Both timing and the data can vary depending on the stream with each new revolution for the very same track.
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