[sib-access] Re: PDF conversion.

Saeed.

That fact is true for every Music OCR package I've tried. The better the 
score, the better the recognition.

Hand-written scores are hopeless.

Many times it's better to just listen to a recording and do the entry 
yourself.

Dave Carlson
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "saeed Mirzazadeh" <saeedm19@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <sib-access@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 10:14
Subject: [sib-access] Re: PDF conversion.


hi all.
to use PDF to music, as i have tried with trial versione, there shoulg
be a sheet music that has been scanned in high quality. so, it can't
recognise well the most pdf files which are found on the internet.
anyway, if you don't believe this, please let me know.
Regards,
Saeed

On 1/13/12, Farfar on Laptop <dgcarlson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sandra,
>
> I just downloaded and tried the PDF to Music Pro Version 1.3, as a trial.
> Pretty simple, except that it takes a bit of JAWS cursoring to make it 
> work.
>
> It took my score with an Alto Sax staff and interpreted it as Alto (human
> voice) so that's what it used for playback.
>
> I saved it as their.MXL file format (since I couldn't figure out how to 
> make
> a MIDI) and then was able to easily import into Sibelius.
>
> It took all the chord symbols and interpreted them as lyrics, which is not
> too bad.
>
> I had an Alto Sax staff and a Keyboard grand staff, which were read and
> recognized.
>
> It automatically split the grand staff along the C4 note so modified the
> original in that aspect.
>
> All in all not too bad as far as accuracy.
>
> If this is in the $40 to $60 price range it would be a nice package,
> provided it could be more accessible. Perhaps someone with Hot Spot 
> Clicker
> skills can make it more accessible.
>
> Dave Carlson
> Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "sandra gayer" <sandragayer7@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <sib-access@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 00:00
> Subject: [sib-access] Re: PDF conversion.
>
>
> Hello everyone,
> How are you all doing? I was just wondering how good Sibelius 5 is at
> reading from PDF files and converting them to music scores. Could it
> cope with difficult files, IE, Kapustin or even Cage? Is layout a
> problem?
>
> If anyone has an opinion about the different programmes for PDF
> conversion, I would be delighted to hear them. The only dedicated
> programme I am aware of at present is PDF to Music Pro. Smart Score X
> Pro is also very good but I have SharpEye already for the scanning. I
> would like to know which programme is the best at converting and, if
> possible, which one can be used in conjunction with a screen reader
> most effectively.
>
> All the best,
> Sandra.
>
> On 1/13/12, Vytautas Jr. <vyt.bucionis@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Saeed,
>>
>> No, they ar not transcribed.  What I said is I usually have my course
>> material in the form of scores transcribed in Sibelius.  My question is
>> whether this kind of stuff can be written in Sibelius.  I'j just asking
>> around.  I will certainly show the stuff to my transcriber's, who have
>> superb Sibelius Literacy.  But I am just curious whther enyone here has
>> any
>> experience with that.
>>
>> I can pass some to you if you wish when the stufwill turn out possible 
>> and
>> will be transcribed.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Vytautas
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> [mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of saeed Mirzazadeh
>> Sent: 12 January 2012 15:25
>> To: sib-access@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [sib-access] Re: how advanced scores can you prepare in 
>> Sibelius?
>>
>> Vytautas,
>> i'm not sure that i understood well or not! do you have this scores
>> transcribed in Sibelius?
>> if yes, i'm very interested to know how it would be possible to have 
>> them.
>> Thanks,
>> Saeed
>>
>> On 1/12/12, Dale Lieser <dale.lieser@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Sibelius itself can do most of that, but I don't think much of it would
>>> be
>>> accessible to a blind or visually impair user, even with the Access
>> scripts.
>>>
>>> Dale
>>>
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> [mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vytautas Jr.
>>> Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2012 2:56 PM
>>> To: sib-access@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> Subject: [sib-access] how advanced scores can you prepare in Sibelius?
>>>
>>> Hiam about to, take a class whose scores are of advanced formats.  It
>>> cincludes for example spectral music (Murail, Grisey, etc.), music of 
>>> the
>>> new complexity movement (with a lot of extended instrumental techniques;
>>> like Bryan Furnahough), and graphical scores (the term graphical gives 
>>> me
>>> the chills).  Usually I have my scores transcribed in Sibelius.  Do you
>>> think it's possible to have this stuff transcribed in Sibelius?
>> Otherwise,
>>> I have other course options.
>>> Vytautas
>>>
>>>
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