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Creating a CD+G Compilation with Version 4.6 - Part 1


Do you want an easy way to create your own Karaoke compilations in minutes? You simply follow this interactive tutorial to extract your Karaoke tracks to MP3-G, WMA-G, or WAV-G files on your hard drive. Once you have the extracted files on your hard drive, you can simply following the Part 2 tutorial below to Create your Karaoke compilation CDs.




Creating a CD+G Compilation with Version 4.6 - Part 2


Create your own Karaoke compilations by dragging and dropping compressed audio MP3-G, WMA-G, or WAV-G files from your hard drive to a blank CD. It is that simple!!




Backing Up a CD+G Disc


Many of our users need to backup their prized Karaoke discs to make sure they do not get damaged at shows. This interactive tutorial will demonstrate how to backup discs of this particular format.




Creating a CD+G Compilation Disc


Do you have a few thousand Karaoke tracks on hundreds of discs, but use only a few hundred tracks? This interactive tutorial can show you how to make a compilation disc of one or many CD+G (Karaoke) tracks from one or many CD+G discs.




Backing Up an Audio CD


This interactive tutorial will demonstrate how to copy indexes, gaps, CD-TEXT, ISRC, and UPC information in creating a perfect Audio CD backup.




Creating a DiscJuggler Installation Disc


In this tutorial we will explain how to create a replica of the disc that we distribute through the mail upon request and for a charge.




Exporting DiscJuggler's Event Log


We're willing to help you whenever an error occurs or a task does not come out as expected. To provide the highest level of technical support, it is very important that we see the event log from DiscJuggler, which provides a wealth of information about your system configuration.




Starting a Padus Network Server


DiscJuggler Professional Edition and DiscJuggler.NET feature networking technologies that allow you to send CD and DVD writing jobs over the network to other systems for the actual writing of the discs. In this tutorial we will explain how to start and configure a server so that it can receive jobs from other systems over the network.




Slipstreaming Windows XP Service Pack 2


This interactive tutorial will explain how to create a bootable disc of Windows XP Service Pack 2 slipstreamed (or merged) onto your original Windows XP install disc. This process will save a lot of time needed to install every update released since the release of Windows XP.






 

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