No snow here yet. It melted after Thanksgiving
Sorry if I didn't give a more thorough answer yesterday, I was in a hurry then.
First you'll need to determine if your burner(s) and reader(s) can actually read the subcode where the graphics are contained on a CD+G disc.
The site I mentioned would have an answer for you about your drive(s)
You can only Play, and/or Rip the subcode (graphics of CD+G) with a compatable burner/reader.
Once you have done that, there are several ways to Play a CD+G disc or karaoke disc on a computer.
1. You can buy WinCDG, it will actually play a CD+G disc on a compatable drive.
WinCDG is here:
You can rip the tracks with CDRWin and then play the resulting '.BIN' files with a program called DART Karaoke Studio CDG
Once you have your 'BIN' files, ripped using CDRWin, you can convert them into a pair of files called mp3+g using mp3+g toolz. Once you have your pairs of files you can play them, (with graphics displayed), in Winamp with the CDGplugin installed.
The pairs of files must be named exactly the same and have the extensions as in this example:
Our Lady Peace - Is Anybody Home.cdg
Our Lady Peace - Is Anybody Home.mp3
You can get mp3+g toolz free here:
CDRWin is a burning proggy that has to be purchased as does
DART Karaoke Studio CDG
If you have questions try the karaokeplayground site in my last post.
Goto the forum and post questions in the forum called "burning and converting"
Hope this helps,