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What does a "PDF Bookmark File" look like?
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Hey Robipad,

I wasn't aware you aren't even a MSP user yet. All the more thanks for your contributions (I just noticed that that's also you with all the great Jazz mscz files at the Musescore Forum. Great Stuff).

Marshland's index certainly wasn't meant as anything other than a source to OCR titles and pages from. There are some more available on the internet that can be at least used to spare oneself some typing.

I'm really looking forward to your experiences as a hopefully soon to be new MSP user especially in regard to forscore. But I can confirm that MSP handles > 200 books easily.

If you've already bookmarked your PDFs properly you can import them similarily to iGigBook (I guess from your mentioning). The CSV are needed for PDFs without bookmarks or if you want to add or edit other metadata than title and pages additionally. Marhland's index obviously can't be used for that since for bookmark import into MSP the bookmarks have to be in the same file, not in a separate index.
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RE: What does a "PDF Bookmark File" look like? - by BRX - 07-01-2016, 06:40 PM

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