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javoyle
24-12-2002, 06:49 PM
gidday i have a dvd player that can play karaoke and it has 2 microphone input jack thingies.
anyway, i was wondering if it was possible to, and if it is, how to and where from can i download karaoke songs... can i download a program to use mp3s and add karaoke lyrics?
can i burn those karaoke songs to cd and play them in my CDR - compatable dvd player (thats a normal dvd player not a computer dvd player!)
Tanks for ANY help or suggestions or ideas or thoughts or notes or advice or whatever!!

Jared

crozier
24-12-2002, 10:28 PM
I know that you can get Karaoke CDs from CD stores. I would assume that karaoke songs are copyright and, therefore, not available for free download.

Baldy
24-12-2002, 11:18 PM
Just sing whatever words come into your head. Thats more fun LOL

BALDY:-)

godfather
24-12-2002, 11:27 PM
Well, you could start here (http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=karaoke+download)
Only 163,000 sites to visit. But perhaps you have tried them?

If the "songs" and lyric graphics are in a normal mpeg format, use Nero or similar CD burner program and create a VCD.

But a word of caution, not all DVD players handle all types of CD-R media.
Most that will play a home recorded CD seem to prefer a CD-RW, but not always.

-=JM=-
24-12-2002, 11:42 PM
I think you'll find that by Karaoke, it is more referring to the ability to use a microphone at the same time as playing a DVD or whatever.

huck
04-02-2003, 02:35 PM
]:) www.vcdhelp.com has really good help on creating video cd's. my dvd is vcd compatible, has 2 mic inputs and a karaoke mode. i have heaps of .kar files, midi sounds yuk so i'm trying to put my .wav files together with my .kar files to save as .avi. the .avi is then converted to an .mpeg which can be burnt to cd using nero burning rom. the program karvideo (just type it into google toolbar), can join .kar and .wav and output to .avi, but i'm having a slight problem synchronising the audio in my video clip, so i'm looking for another program to fiddle with the timing of either my audio or video file. if anyone sees this, appreciate any help.
you can also buy karaoke dvd, vcd from www.karaoke.co.nz

Chilling_Silence
04-02-2003, 02:51 PM
Try here:
http://www.schok.co.uk/kb/mp3karaoke.htm
or here:
http://www.singingstation.com/getting_started.asp