Karaoke machines read a special format of CD called a CD+G, which includes both the music and lyrics. This is not something Premiere Elements creates.
There are a number of apps available online for creating CD+Gs. Some are free and will do the job. You can find them with a Google search.
This one costs between $69 and $99 (depending on which version you want).
That's the extent of my knowledge though as far as CD+Gs. I haven't used and can't vouch for any of these programs.
I’m really asking if Adobe Elements 13 can create and SVCD Video? I know of others who have not used the CD+G formatting, rather just an Mpg (extension) on a CD (not a DVD). Karaoke machines compatibility varies just like DVD machines… (some will only play DVD and others will play CD’s and MP3). I have a Karaoke machine that plays the MP4s that I simply downloaded from YouTube, while on the other hand, they will not play on the machine that is being used when singing during a Karaoke event. I know that “Nero” will do everything I want to do, but if Premier can create an SVCD video then I won’t have to spend any more money. This is just one more step I’m testing out before I spend anything.
Premiere Elements does not create VCDs, barry. Sorry.
Sorry, unable to find where to mark the answer “correct”