Format adding graphics to CD-DA in reserved subcode bits R-W (6 bits per frame, 20 MB per disc). Primarily used for Karaoke.
Compact Disc Plus Graphics. A special digital audio disc format that combines a standard CD-DA track with graphic and text subchannels.
A CD+G is a specially formatted disc that has an additional line of sub-code on the CD that is responsible for the lyrics that play on video screen for Karaoke systems. CD+G stands for Compact Disc + Graphics.
A special disc format in which simple graphics and text are stored in the sub channels of an audio disc. You need a special player and application to read and display this information. D-DA - CD-Digital Audio. Based on the Red Book standard (1981) that specified the physical structures for the track and sectors in the disc. CD-Digital Audio was implemented to hold about 60 minutes of audio data, in up to 99 tracks (songs) at a sampling rate of 44.1 KHz and a sample size of 16 bits, to produce high quality stereo sound. This is the format of all "stamped" or commercially made music discs, and is the basis for all CD recording.
An extension to CD-Audio which allowed for storing graphics within the subcode of the audio data..
(The most popular Karaoke format) 5" CD+Graphics discs have on screen lyrics over a blue or plain background. They play on CD+Graphics players. Most Karaoke machines e.g.: Arbiter, Singing Machine, Goodmans, etc. use these discs. Some VCD & DVD Players will also play them. They will also play on a normal CD player for use as backing tracks.
Audio CD that contains graphics as well as audio data. The format is usually used for karaoke CDs.
(aka karaoke) A special disc disc format in which simple graphics and text are stored in the subchannels of an audio disc, but you need a special player to read and display this information. The data in the subchannels cannot be copied with most current systems or software.
Primarily used for karaoke, this type of CD embeds graphical data with the audio data, allowing video pictures to be displayed periodically as music is played. A special player is needed to read and display the information.
Compact disc plus graphics. A variation of CD which embeds graphical data in with the audio data, allowing video pictures to be displayed periodically as music is played. Primarily used for karaoke.
An audio CD with graphics and text stored in its subchannels. A special player makes the graphics and text (typically the lyrics to the audio tracks) visible during playback.
Compact Disc, plus Graphics. This format stores still images, graphics, and textual material in addition to audio. A special player and decoder are required to enjoy this format.
A CD+G (also known as CD+Graphics) is a special audio compact disc that contains graphics data in addition to the audio data on the disc. The disc can be played on a regular audio CD player, but when played on a special CD+G player, can output a graphics signal (typically, the CD+G player is hooked up to a television set or a computer monitor); these graphics are almost exclusively used to display lyrics on a television set for karaoke performers to sing along with.