I’m writing performance notes for a piece and using SMuFL code to get images of quarter notes and eight notes etc. I was wondering if there is a way to increase the size of the images to make them more legible?
Bravura Text font is designed for use within text. It’s not clear exactly what you have been doing, but there’s no need to capture images and insert them in text. With Bravura Text you can resize individual characters just like other fonts.
I found a forum that was related to my problem and led me to some good instructions on github:
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# An introduction to using Bravura Text
*Version 1.1, 30 October 2015*
Bravura Text is a [SMuFL-compliant]  font containing musical symbols intended for use in text-based applications such as word processors, text editors, desktop publishers, and it can also be used on the web.
Bravura Text is licensed under the [SIL Open Font License] , which means it is free to use, redistribute, and modify, but please do respect the conditions set out in the license.
## Glyph repertoire
Bravura Text is a reference implementation for SMuFL, the Standard Music Font Layout, and as such contains all of the symbols defined in the SMuFL specification. [Download the SMuFL specification]  for a complete list of the symbols in Bravura Text, including a description and code point.
SMuFL uses the Private Use Area of Unicode's Basic Multilingual Plane (U+E000 through U+FFFF) to encode all of the included symbols. This means that the symbols cannot be typed by using the alphanumeric keys on your computer's keyboard on their own.
## Setting up for Unicode input
Detailed instructions for how to enable Unicode input on all operating systems are beyond the scope of this document. SIL provides [an excellent page]  with links to information and tools for Windows, OS X and Linux. In this document some basic instructions are included, but you may need to refer to other resources for help with your operating system and application of choice.
There are multiple ways to type Unicode characters on Windows. Here are three methods you can try:
#### Method 1: hexadecimal input followed by `Alt`
These instructions helped solve my problem. Also the unicode instructions can be extended to SMufl codes:
Yes. And in addition to the Character Map and Alt-code methods, the
SMuFL Spec website includes glyph tables by category, so characters can be copied using a browser and pasted into another program.