Hi - Does anyone have advice on making continuous horizontally scrolling score videos? My current approach is to use screen capture software to create an mp4 video of Dorico playing a score in Write mode on my laptop. However the results are a bit choppy. I’ve read up on this, and a more common approach is to create png images of a constant size and import them into video editing software. Joseph Sowa provides a great summary of this approach here.
However each page of the score in the multiple png files requires a quick fade out/ fade in transition that I’m trying to avoid.
I’d like to up my game - and do something like the videos produced by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Example here. The LPO uses Sibelius and exports to a single long (super-wide) png file, and then uses keyframe animation in their video editor Premier Pro.
- In Dorico can graphic slices exported to png format from Engrave mode be seamlessly stitched together side by side, or exported directly to create a single super-wide png file?
- Or, can a full-score in galley view in Write mode be exported to a single graphic file?
- Will an export to video option be coming soon?
Thanks for the tips! If you know of software outside of Dorico that I should use, feel free to offer suggestions. But don’t say Sibelius - I mean something like a graphics utility. Thanks!