Sibelius tutorials for educators (continued)
This is the fourth part in a series of posts that feature Sibelius tutorial videos that I created especially for educators. You can links to the other parts at the bottom of this post.
Part 4: All About Graphics
In this fourth episode, we focus on how to create musical graphics from your own scores that you and your students can use in worksheets, classroom resources and essays. We also look at how to import pictures and other graphics directly into your Sibelius scores.
The video covers:
- Copying images of the score to other applications
- Tips on copying graphics of specific parts of the score
- Graphic resolution and fixing pixilation problems
- Exporting graphics in formats such as PDF, EPS or TIFF.
- Importing graphics into the score
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Other parts in this series
- Part 1 Organise, Analyse and Collaborate
- Part 2 The Automatic Compositional Diary
- Part 3 Creating Quality Audio Files and Backing Tracks
- Part 4 All About Graphics (you are here)
- Part 5 The Digital Notation Scrapbook