How To Rip CD+G
section will instruct you on how to rip CD+G tracks
from disc to MP3+G files that can be played on your
must have a compatible CD-ROM drive, capable of
reading and writing CD+G. A list of compatible drives
1 Use CDRWin to extract .bin files from the CD+G.
Open CDRWin and select "Extract
2 Set the following reading options: 1. Extract Mode:
Select Tracks 2. Reading Options: Select RAW &
CD+G 3. Error Recovery: Abort (default) 4. Jitter
Correction: Auto (default) 5. Subcode Analysis: Auto
(default) 6. Data Speed: The slower the setting,
generally, the better quality rip it will produce.
Some drives can handle ripping at 16X or faster with
no problems, but experience with your drive will
determine the best ripping speed. Recommend 8X or
slower to start with. 7. Audio Speed: Same as Data
Speed 8. Read Retry Count: 10 (default) 9. Subcode
Threshold: 300 (default)
3 Choose path and filename of track(s), with no
extension, in "Image Filename" box Select
4 Pick which tracks are to be extracted in TRACK
SELECTION. If more than one track is selected, tracks
may be sequentially numbered by checking NAME FILES
SEQUENTIALLY. Hit "Start". Step 5 Once
CDRWin has completed it's process, open MP3+G Toolz
and select "Bin to Zip". Select the
directory where your . bin files are located and hit
"OK". MP3+G Toolz will then convert your
.bin files into .mp3 and .cdg files, then zip them
together. Tips: CDRWin does NOT support multi-session
CD+G's at this time. It IS possible to rip a
multi-session disc using CDRWin, however, ripping by
disc sector is much more complicated and only
recommended for people who are very comfortable with
their computer skills. For those of you wishing to
see exactly how it's done see the next section.
To Rip Multi-Session CD+G's with CDRWin
This section will instruct
you on the procedure for ripping multi-session CD+G's
by sector with CDRWin. You must have a compatible
CD-ROM drive, capable of reading and writing CD+G. A
list of compatible drives is here.
1 Open CDRWin and select "Table of
Contents". Once it has read the Table of
Contents (TOC) for the disc, print out the results
using the "Print" button to the right of
the box. You will need a physical copy of the LBA
numbers printed on that sheet.
2 Once you have a printed copy of the TOC, close out
of that section and select "Extract
Disc/Tracks/Sectors" button located in the
middle of the top row of buttons.
3 Choose your CD Reader from the list of available
drives and choose your file location for CDRWin to
rip to. Your "Read Options" section should
be set up the same way as for a normal rip (see
here). Step 4 In the sector selection section, you'll
see a "Start" and "End" box.
Enter the Start LBA number from the TOC printout
sheet for the track you desire in the
"Start" box. Take the LBA number for the
following track and subtract one digit from that
number and enter it into the "End" box.
Repeat this process for each desired track. Tips:
Datatype should be set to Audio with Cd+G . You
will have to create a different filename for each
sector rip. When completed, you will have the desired
.bin files in the same directory.
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