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What does a "PDF Bookmark File" look like?
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"snippets" as mentioned by Skip lead to the same result as importing via PDF bookmarks or CSV: a song entry in the MSP library that refers to a small part of a large PDF file. The large PDF needs to exist only once for any number of songs referring to it.
CSV is the most powerful method to be used with MSP as it allows importing any meta data that are handled by MSP, whereas PDF bookmarks import only title and page.
The number that you find in a book's table of contents is often not what you need to build a CSV for import. The page number for the CSV is what a PDF reader displays. Very often the difference is just a fixed offset, but you might find books that just number the songs (instead of pages), that skip some page numbers or the like.
If you're going to invest time and effort into creating, checking or improving CSV files you're welcome to share your results.
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RE: What does a "PDF Bookmark File" look like? - by itsme - 06-27-2016, 11:12 PM

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