How To Rip CD+G With AudioGrabber
This function is found under the CD menu.
There are a few different types of karaoke cd's and the most common one is CDG discs. The second most common is VCD or SVCD. Audiograbber deals with CDG discs only since VCD karaoke discs are easy to copy and there is no need for a CD-ripper for such discs. They have one .dat file for each song and you can copy the .dat files you want to the harddisk and change the file extension to .mpg. Then you can use it as source file for a new VCD discs. Nero from http://www.ahead.de is one of the programs that can make VCD discs.
Not all CD-ROM drives can read RW
subcodes and thus they can not copy the cdg part of a
karaoke CD. I have not that much experience which drives
that can copy karaoke cd's but as far as I know all
Plextor drives can. DVD drives can often not read RW
subcodes in my experience. Audiograbber can not detect if
the drive is capable of reading RW subcodes so only trial
and error will tell. If the drive can not read RW
subcodes it usually returns an "ASPI error".
you have read all of the above your now ready to rip
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