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Exporting

  • Exporting Audio: You must be using “Virtual Instruments” for playback. Audio Export feature will not work with General MIDI.
  • Exporting PDF: Portable Document Format files allow document generated by programs such as word processors and desktop publisher to be published electronically, preserving their original appearance, for viewing and printing on any system.
  • Exporting MIDI
  • Exporting Music XML: Music XML is an interchange file format for music notation applications. If provides a better way to transfer notation between different programs than other formats such as MIDI files.
  • Scorch: If you switch on the allow printing and saving option when saving your score as a Scorch web page, visitor to your site will be allow to print your score to their computer’s printer and save the score as a Sibelius file to their hard disk.
  • Exporting Graphics: Sibelius can export a passage or page of music as a picture in various standard graphic file formats.
    • You can copy and paste graphics from Sibelius directly into another application, such as Microsoft Word.
  • Exporting Manuscript Paper: If you need to set up unusual groups of instruments and options, you can create your own manuscript paper to save you time starting new scores.

Exporting

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:08
  • Exporting 0:36
    • Exporting Audio
    • Exporting PDF
    • Exporting MIDI
    • Exporting Music XML
    • Exporting Scorch Web Page
    • Exporting Graphics
    • Exporting Manuscript Paper