We’ve added the ability to upload a ZIP file containing many notation files. This lets you quickly create lots of slices in bulk.
If you’re in the Teacher or Licensing plan, you’ll now see a “Bulk upload notation files” icon in your slice manager:
Click that to get started. You’ll see this page:
Here, under some info on how it works, you’ll have the ability to set some default parameters for each imported slice:
- Whether printing is allowed
- What to use for the slice name (the filename or data within the file)
- Whether embedding is enabled (only Licensing customers will see this)
It can take a few minutes for us to process the ZIP file, so there’s a place for you to enter an email address. When the import is done, we’ll send a report to that address, with detailed information on each slice that we created and any errors we found.
Bulk uploads will automatically be put in a fresh folder in your slice manager. If you’re not happy with your bulk upload for whatever reason, you can quickly delete it using our new “delete folder” feature from last month.
Lots of people have requested the ability to bulk upload, especially teachers who have lots of existing materials in MusicXML or Guitar Pro formats. Enjoy the new feature!