|Op. System:||Mac OS X|
|File size:||23 KB|
Publisher description for cdgtools
cdgtools is a suite of tools for handling CD+G karaoke disks and files. cdgrip: cdgrip is a tool for ripping your CD+G disks and encoding them to MP3+G files on your hard disk. cdrdao is used to initially rip the CD to a binary file on your hard disk, and cdgrip then scans the binary file to encode the audio and graphics to .mp3 and .cdg files. Encodes to MP3+G Looks up tracknames in CDDB Supports deinterleaved RW subchannel mode CD/DVD drives Supports interleaved RW subchannel mode CD/DVD drives using software-deinterleave Command line and GUI versions Runs on Linux / any operating system that supports cdrdao cdg2bin: cdg2bin is the Reverse Tool of cdgrip. It can be used to create your own CD+G disks from your collection of ogg+cdg or mp3+cdg files. You can pass a list of karaoke song files to it, and it will create a binary file ready for burning by cdrdao. It even accepts tracks which are contained within .zip, .tar.gz or .tar.bz2 archives. Creates CD+G disks from your collection of karaoke songs Accepts songs encoded in both MP3+G and OGG+G formats Supports songs contained within archives (.zip, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2) Handles byte-swapping to ensure data is correctly ordered for your platform Supports deinterleaved RW subchannel mode CD/DVD drives Interleaved RW mode CD/DVD drive support coming soon Runs on Linux / any operating system that supports cdrdao cdg2text: cdg2text is a debugging tool to convert your binary .cdg files to a textual representation.