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- Finale Version: 2014.5
- Operating System: Windows
to move away from the ever growing dead (dying?) horse thread ....
Does anyone know the FinaleScript way to do this to a batch of files?
Dolet 7 can do it:
Full batch translation
Dolet 7 lets you translate an entire folder of MusicXML files into Finale files, or an entire folder of Finale files into MusicXML files. If you have a lot of files to transfer, this is an enormous time saver.
Works with more versions of Finale
Dolet 7 works with Finale 2011 to 2014.5 on Windows and Macs.
Open Finale without opening a file > go to Plug-ins > Miscellaneous (at least that's where I have it) > MusicXML > Translate Folder to MusicXML > Browse for Folder > choose which one you want to translate > go
The newly created XML files are all placed into that same folder.
Before starting, in MusicXML Preferences one can choose compressed or uncompressed XML versions.
https://www.musicxml.com/dolet-plugin/d ... or-finale/
Finale 3.7 > 2014.5 / 27.1, GPO5, ASUS laptops, 18.4'' displays, Intel Core i5/i7, 8/32GB RAM, WIN 8.1/10 Pro, Cubase
Re: batch-translating MusicXML files
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FYI, more recent versions (Finale 25, 26, 27) can do it via the File -> Export menu.
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