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MP3 stands for MPEG Audio Layer III. It is a lossy format that supports various different bitrate settings. MP3 compression is available in a variety of different flavors, including CBR (constant bit rate), VBR (variable bit rate), and ABR (average bit rate). In MP3 CBR encoding, audio is represented in a user-defined bitrate. Because the bit rate does not change at all in CBR, less complex parts are inefficiently encoded with higher bitrates. Common bitrates (in kilobits per second) for CBR include 96, 128, 160, 192, 256, and 320. On the other hand, in MP3 VBR encoding, audio is represented using a quality setting. The encoder uses this quality setting to determine different bitrate settings for parts of audio files rather than entire audio files, so complex parts get higher bitrates and less complex parts get lower bitrates.


MP4 is a container format that can contain audio, video, and other streams. It is often used to store videos, but can also be used to store only audio. Typically, audio in MP4 containers is encoded in AAC or MP3 (which are lossy formats), but ALAC (a lossless format) is also normally stored in MP4. MP4 files may also have the extension M4A (for MP4 Audio).


DJVU is a file format very similar to PDF, and is conceived as a replacement for PDF. DJVU is especially designed for scanned documents, so the document legibility is higher than PDF at the same file size. Detailed information can be found here.


Sib. 7.1.3: Sibelius can't play this video (but WMP can) Posted by aaronnt1 - 29 Sep 01:08PM Hide picture I have a video I'm trying to add to my Sibelius project. It is an MP4 file and all my other video players can play it fine, VLC, Windows Media Player and my DAW Reaper. Yet Sibelius tells me the correct codecs are not installed and so can't play the file!Isn't Sibelius supposed to be able to play whatever file format the OS can play? And I thought it simply uses Windows Media Player to play files so any ideas why it can't playthis file?Many thanks. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.1.3: Sibelius can't play this video (but WMP can) Posted by Robin Walker - 29 Sep 01:54PM Hide picture Perhaps you are running Sibelius in 64-bit mode, and all the other applications are 32-bit, using 32-bit codecs.There is a third-party set of installable codecs which include 64-bit support for many video formats that are not supported in shipping versions of Windows 64-bit.Go to _kl.htm to download the K-Lite codec pack. Of the four varieties (basic, standard, full, mega) offered, you need only the Basic version for enabling QuickTime and other video formats playback in Sibelius 64-bit (you may choose more feature-full versions if you have other reasons for wanting them). With effect from version 10.0 onwards, K-Lite has a combined 32-bit and 64-bit installer, so you don't need to choose 32 vs 64-bit. When about to download, take care to avoid clicking on any of the eye-catching buttons labelled "Download", which are adverts for something else entirely, which you probably do not want. For the K-Lite download, the site will send you via plain links to a third-party download site (such as MajorGeeks). When you install K-Lite Basic, you can afford to accept all the default installation options, EXCEPT the free offers to download various freebie products which you almost certainly do not want: take care to avoid those. Once K-Lite has been installed, try launching Sibelius 64-bit. If you open Scores\Sibelius Example Scores\Project Files\Project 5.sib you should be able to play the Mr Bean QuickTime movie in 64-bits. -- Sibelius 7.1.3/6.2/5.2.5, PhotoScore Ult 7.0.2, Dolet 6 for Sibelius, Windows 7 32-bit SP1, 4GB RAM Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.1.3: Sibelius can't play this video (but WMP can) Posted by aaronnt1 - 29 Sep 02:38PM Hide picture Hi thanks Robinmy OS is 64 bit so I assume WMP is also 64 bit, Reaper 64 bit and yes Sibelius 64 bit too. Strange but you may be right. Anyway, I converted the file to AVI and now it works fine in Sibelius. Thanks again. Back to top Allthreads


(SOLVED!) Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 18 Aug 12:05AM (edited 19 Aug 09:31PM) Hide picture I am playing with adding video to a score, running into issues with codecs not being read, jerky playback, stuttering. Does anybody have suggestions on what container to use (mov, avi, mpeg, wmv), codecs to use for video and audio, size and compression settings? What works best? I can not even get Sib 7 to load a .mov video which seems very odd given .mov is pretty much an industry standard for working with film video for scoring and editing. Any suggestions appreciated.EDIT (SOLVED):=============I installed these 64 bit codecs and now all is good in Sibelius 7 64 bit, plays .mov files just fine (Using Windows Media Player 64 bit version of the player): _64bit.htmSee my other post in this thread-- I had to also set the video player in Sib preferences to Windows Media Player, and I had to hack the Windows Registry (back it up before doing this!) to make the 64 bit version of the Windows Media Player the default (Normally, even on a 64 bit Windows operating system, the 32 bit version of Windows Media Player is the default); maybe this step is not needed if the K-Lite codecs are installed, I don't know because I first hacked the registry to make 64 bit WMP default, then I installed the K-Lite 64 bit codecs.The .mov video plays really nice now in Sibelius 7 64 bit, even 720x480p video.Also, though there are many ways to render a video (video and audio codecs), this one works fine for me for .mov Quicktime files: video: mpeg4 codec 80% quality audio: uLaw 2:1 codec, 44Khz, 16 bit Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Daniel Spreadbury - 18 Aug 12:52PM Hide picture If you're on 64-bit Windows, I'd suggest using something that DirectShow supports directly and easily. I'm not sure what that would be, but I would guess AVI is a good bet.-- Contact Sibelius technical help online: Contact Sibelius technical help by phone (charges may apply):USA & Canada: +1 650-731-6106UK: +44 (0)20 7561 7997Australia: 1300 652 172Other countries: www.sibelius.com/support Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 12:05PM Hide picture > If you're on 64-bit Windows, I'd suggest using something that DirectShow supports directly and easily. I'm not sure what that would be, but I would guess AVI is a good bet.> I rendered the video as avi, mov, wmv, mpeg -- get jerky playback regardless, at 720x480p; only solution I found was to cut the size to 360x240 but even that is not the greatest, and i would think a 64 bit app should be able to handle 480p or even better.I have a pretty powerful system doing this-- Windows 7 Ultimate 64, 16GB RAM, high speed SATA drives, nvidia graphics, six core AMD cpu.I don't have these issues if I pull in a video into a sequencer like Cubase 6, 32 bit or 64 bit; get smooth video window playback even with many VSTs loaded. I was hoping for much better video performance from Sib 7 64 bit, for the purpose of film scoring. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 08:58PM Hide picture I am at a loss to understand why Sibelius 7 64bit refuses to load and play .mov Quicktime video files.The 64 bit version of Windows Media Player plays .mov video files just fine on my system, and I set the Preferences in Sibelius 7 to use WMP as the video 'engine'.I hacked my Win 7 registry so now the 64 bit version of WMP is being used by default to play video files with WMP on my 64 bit Win 7 system; this is confirmed when I do a Ctrl Alt Del keypress and check my task manager and the WMP process and the location of WMP being used. C:\Program Files So if Sib 7 64 bit is using WMP as the video player engine, why can't Sib 7 64 bit play .mov video files?I have to wonder if Sib 7 64 bit is somehow incorrectly programmed to use the 32 bit version of WMP instead of the operating system default version of WMP (which by default is 32 bit, located in C:\Program Files (x86). But when a user (me) hacks the registry to tell Windows to use the 64 bit version of WMP -us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/making-windows-media-player-64-bit-default/bd4872b3-75e8-4d81-ae8a-df50798d5113I would think Sib 7 64bit would just invoke the operating system default now, which should be the 64 bit WMP, that should then play .mov files, as both Sib 7 and WMP are both 64 bit.Am I not understanding something?I really purchased Sib 7 to have 64 bit ability to go beyond the 4GB RAM limitation, and with the end of goal of using Sib 7 for film scoring-- and .mov files are the industry standard used for film video files (editing, special effects, music scoring). While I could stick with .wmv video files, it just seems really odd that Sib 7 will not play .mov files through the WMV video player engine. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 09:15PM Hide picture > I am at a loss to understand why Sibelius 7 64bit refuses to load and play .mov Quicktime video files....Problem solved. :)Installed these 64 bit codecs and now all is good in Sibelius 7 64 bit, plays .mov files just fine (Using Windows Media Player 64 bit version of the player): _64bit.htm Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by FoxArranger - 19 Aug 11:49AM Hide picture How long is the video? I've found that movies start behaving badly when they go above 13 minutes or so - usually for longer films I split them into multiple videos and scores to minimize playback issues. Hope that helps. -- Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 12:06PM Hide picture > How long is the video? I've found that movies start behaving badly when they go above 13 minutes or so - usually for longer films I split them into multiple videos and scores to minimize playback issues. Hope that helps. This is just a clip less than 2 minutes in length. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Daniel Spreadbury - 19 Aug 12:07PM Hide picture Randall, are you using an ASIO audio interface in Audio Engine Options, or DirectSound?-- Contact Sibelius technical help online: Contact Sibelius technical help by phone (charges may apply):USA & Canada: +1 650-731-6106UK: +44 (0)20 7561 7997Australia: 1300 652 172Other countries: www.sibelius.com/support Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 12:08PM (edited 19 Aug 12:09PM) Hide picture > Randall, are you using an ASIO audio interface in Audio Engine Options, or DirectSound?ASIO. I have a Soundblaster Titanium X-Fi audio card so I need to use its ASIO driver to get the low latency for midi controller (keyboard) input. [I need to head out for work, will check back late afternoon] Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Daniel Spreadbury - 19 Aug 12:10PM Hide picture That's good, ASIO will give better sync than DirectSound anyway.Can you send the video file to me somehow, via Sendspace or Dropbox or YouSendIt or similar?-- Contact Sibelius technical help online: Contact Sibelius technical help by phone (charges may apply):USA & Canada: +1 650-731-6106UK: +44 (0)20 7561 7997Australia: 1300 652 172Other countries: www.sibelius.com/support Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 06:36PM (edited 19 Aug 06:38PM) Hide picture I am discovering some quirks about Sib 7 and video. For one thing, Quicktime .mov video refuses to play in Sib 7 (x64), complains of codec issues; however, the .mov videos plays just fine in standalone Quicktime player, or VLC player (my favorite, I wish AVID would allow VLC to be an option for playback besides Quicktime and Windows Mediaplayer, VLC is opensource, free, and the most robust of all players for dealing with codec issues). For curiosity I booted up Sib 7 (x32) and guess what-- the .mov video works fine in 32 bit mode Sib 7 (and of course in Sib 6 which was always 32 bit). This seems to be a bug in Sib 7 x64, perhaps it can be dealt with for an upgrade in the near future?I can get video to work in Sib 7 x64, though nowhere near as smooth as with a sequencer (I have Cubase 5)-- I drop the size to something like 360x240 (half of DVD resolution) and get manageable playback smoothness using .wmv, however if I use Sib 7 x32 then 720x480p video including .mov video works pretty good.Quicktime .mov is an industry norm for sharing video files for video editing, special effects, and music scoring, so i sorely hope Sib 7 x64 can be upgraded to allow .mov video file usage for music scoring with the video player window in Sib 7. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Robin Walker - 19 Aug 07:29PM Hide picture > Quicktime .mov video refuses to play in Sib 7 (x64)Have you installed 64-bit codecs for the .mov videos?Windows does not natively support .mov videos.-- Sibelius 6.2, PhotoScore Ult 7.0.1, Dolet 6 for Sibelius, Windows 7 32-bit SP1, 4GB RAM Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 07:53PM (edited 19 Aug 08:00PM) Hide picture > Have you installed 64-bit codecs for the .mov videos?> Windows does not natively support .mov videos.> The .mov videos play just fine in Windows 7 x64 in the standalone Quicktime video player or standalone Windows Media Player-- thus 64 bit codecs for the .mov videos logically can not be the issue. Unless there are x64 bit versions of Quicktime and Media Player that need to be installed; I guess I assumed that Quicktime and Media Player on my system are 64 bit, perhaps they are not, perhaps Sibelius 7 64bit needs special 64 bit versions of QT and MP?If the .mov video plays just fine in standalone QT or MP, why, since Sibelius 7 uses either QT or MP as the engine to play such videos, wouldn't the videos play in Sibelius 7? The codecs needed to play said videos must be present on my system or they would not play with standalone QT or MP. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Robin Walker - 19 Aug 08:23PM Hide picture > I guess I assumed that Quicktime and Media Player on my> system are 64 bit, perhaps they are not, perhaps Sibelius 7 64bit> needs special 64 bit versions of QT and MP?Quicktime for Windows is 32-bit only, as are its codecs for .mov format.Windows Media Player defaults to the 32-bit version. -to-set-64-bit-windows-media-player-12-wmp12-as-default-player/So neither your QP nor your WMP are 64-bit. So the fact that they can play movies is no help for Sibelius 64-bit.There is a "QuickTime Alternative" for 64-bit, which you might try searching the web for.-- Sibelius 6.2, PhotoScore Ult 7.0.1, Dolet 6 for Sibelius, Windows 7 32-bit SP1, 4GB RAM Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 08:28PM Hide picture > Quicktime for Windows is 32-bit only, as are its codecs for .mov format.> > Windows Media Player defaults to the 32-bit version.> -to-set-64-bit-windows-media-player-12-wmp12-as-default-player/> > So neither your QP nor your WMP are 64-bit. So the fact that they can play movies is no help for Sibelius 64-bit.> I think you are on to something, that WMP is 32 bit by default, and QT is only 32 bit. Sib 7 x64 might be needing a 64 bit player for .mov, not sure. Still, it really seems that Sibelius 64-bit is deficient in not being able to play .mov files (industry standard), there really needs to be a workaround, the PDF guide or whatever for Sib 7 should discuss this, and any solution.> There is a "QuickTime Alternative" for 64-bit, which you might try searching the web for.> I am going to look for that alternative. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 08:24PM (edited 19 Aug 08:46PM) Hide picture I might be on to a possible solution, not sure. I discovered that Windows 7 x64 by default uses the 32 bit version of Windows Media Player (WMP). There is no 64 bit version of Quicktime. I found an article on how to change Windows x64 so the 64 bit version of WMP is used by default instead of the 32 bit version. -us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/making-windows-media-player-64-bit-default/bd4872b3-75e8-4d81-ae8a-df50798d5113Okay, I did that. Rebooted. Windows 7 x64 is now using the 64 bit version of WMP by default. It could be that Sibelius 7 64bit needs to use the 64bit WMP, but is invoking the 32 bit WMP. Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by randall999 - 19 Aug 06:43PM Hide picture > Can you send the video file to me somehow, via Sendspace or Dropbox or YouSendIt or similar?> I am ftp uploading a number of clips, same 'scene', various sizes and codec renderings. When I have them online I will let you know here, and by email (with a password to access the video clips). Then you can see what I see, now mov works in 32 bit but not 64 bit Sib 7. wmv works okay in 64 bit Sib 7 although there is often an odd 'wormhole' (stutter) effect for the first second of video playback, not sure what is causing that (only in Sibelius, not in a standalone player, so it is not in the actual video file itself). Back to top Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.0: Video -- suggested size, codec, compression? Posted by Paul Walmsley - 22 Aug 10:00AM Hide picture To clarify (and I suspect you now know this). There is no way of playing QuickTime files from a 64-bit application on Windows *unless* you have installed a 3rd party codec. If you use Windows media player or a web browser on a 64-bit system then they actually use a trick where they start up a 32-bit process and play the video in that.Apple haven't released a 64-bit quicktime codec for Windows and so this makes the format a poor choice if you want portability. Back to to


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