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> Can Editcdg Be Ported?, Source code included (I think)
Jon_J
post Dec 6 2006, 05:00 PM
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EditCDG is a small program that came out about 8 years ago.
It is a very useful alternative to using a HEX editor to "Fix" errors in CDG files.
CDG files are better known nowdays as karaoke files.
These files are the "Graphics" portion from a CD+G Red Book Audio Compact Disc.
This program allows you to step through a CDG file, step by step, and has tools that enable the user to repair misplaced pixels/blocks.
I've included the Source in a zip file and 3 tutorials on it's usage.
Also is a screenshot of EditCDG with a CDG file loaded, ready to be edited.
BTW, inside the source zip file is the program for windows, it's called "EditCDG.exe"
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Attached File  edit_cdg_guide_by_b_Flat.pdf ( 2.37MB ) Number of downloads: 30
Attached File  EditCDG_1.1_Source_Code.zip ( 400.57K ) Number of downloads: 40
Attached File  EditCDG___Repairing_errors_on_Fading_in___Out_screens.doc ( 407.5K ) Number of downloads: 22
Attached File  edit_cdg.jpg ( 114.53K ) Number of downloads: 44
 
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Jon_J
post Dec 6 2006, 05:02 PM
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3rd tutorial that wouldn't fit in last post.
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Attached File  Edit_CDG_Guide_Original.doc ( 3.22MB ) Number of downloads: 16
 
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Capn_Fish
post Dec 11 2006, 03:17 PM
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It looks like a VB project, which, as far as I know, makes it very difficult, if not impossible, to port.

If anybody knows otherwise, please correct me, but that's my impression.
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Jon_J
post Dec 26 2006, 06:26 PM
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I should have known. Since this is a Windows program.
Is there a Linux equivalent?
I know a CDG file with graphical errors can be repaired using a HEX editor,
but that is a very loooong and arduous process.....
I have repaired two very rare CDG karaoke files that had very many errors, using EditCDG.
These two songs took about 2 weeks time, (in my spare time) to repair back to their original state.
It would take someone 6 months to fix these same files, using a HEX editor. sad.gif
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