I've noticed that there are a lot of people with questions about karaoke cd's and how to make dvd's and vcd's out of karaoke files. This guide will cover how to rip cd+g and how to convert it to Vcd or Dvd. You will need: Audiograbber TMPGEnc Windows Media Player Karaoke Plugin for Window Media Player It is very simple to rip the music and text from a cd+g. Open Audiograbber Leave a check mark next to the songs you want. Select Settings General Settings Select the directory to store your files in. Its at the top. You can change it to your desired location or just make note of where the files will be going. You may want to name the songs before you rip them. (From the cd they will just be numbers) To do this right click on the song and select rename. Then type in the new name. The click away. After that is done. Click on CD. Click Grab CDG tracks (karaoke). Click Grab to .cdg + .wav A screen will popup and tell you the status of your rip. You may want to at this point check that the .cdg + .wav files work properly. You must play the file in Windows Media Player. To do that you have to install the karaoke plugin first. When you go to play the .cdg file Windows Media Player may say the extension is not recognized. Just tell it to play anyway. The next step is to convert the .cdg file into a mpg. Make sure the karaoke plugin is installed and working. Now open TMPGEnc. If your in the Wizard just hit cancel. Click on Options Click Environment Settings. Enable Multiplex ... Select the table along the top that says VFAPI Plugin. DirectShow Multimedia File Reader needs to be at the top of the list. To move it right click on it and select higher priority. Repeat until DirectShow is at the top. Now click on File Select Project Wizard. Now select either the Dvd or Vcd templete. In either NTSC or Pal. Now select your .cdg file as your video. To do this the file type will have to be changed to all files. Your audio will be selected automatically. Press next. Then press ok. The conversion for each song should take about 3 or less per song. That also depends on your processing power and version of TMPGEnc. Now it is in a format that you can easily burn to a dvd or Vcd that is playable in your dvd player.