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How To Burn MP3 + CD-G Files For Your Karaoke CD-G Player

Postby Pro » Thu Feb 14, 2008 9:04 pm

Hello And Welcome To The World Of Burning MP3 + CD-G Files

What You Will Need
Nero Info Tool
Ok if you dont have nero instilled you can download a older verson of Nero Info for free
Download

Power CD+G Burner


Lets Start

So befor we start any crazy stuff we need to cheak if your disk drive can burn CDG disks if not then theres no point.

Start up Nero info tool and it shall tell you under "Supported Write Features" if it'll burn CDG disks.

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Ok so we done that?

Next

So we have going to run Power CD+G Burner.

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Ok so i think everone shall stop reading now cos its so easy lol but i shall go on anyway.

Click The Add Button and look for your cdg files and open one

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When you have added all your files just hit that burn button

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Thank you all and any qustions just ask :)


Please Read A Little bit Of Info Into How It Works. The CD-G file is a Txt file what has the lyrics and the timeing for the lyrics and the MP3 is linked to the CD-G file with haveing the same file name. This is very important because when Power CD+G Burner trys to burn the CD-G disk it shall use the MP3 file as the music.
Last edited by Pro on Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:34 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Postby voetsak » Thu Feb 14, 2008 10:48 pm

thank you pro....i have a question...my version of cd+g is in evaluation mode and will only play 1 minute of each song...also it keeps closing down...''windows has a problem''
please give me a 'good' link...thanks
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Postby n7of9 » Fri Feb 15, 2008 5:55 am

good on ya Pro :thumbs:

moved to Tutorials
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