CoolBone wrote:can I somehow reconvert my Tiff PDF's to JPEG with minimal file size gain?
Philidor wrote:Is there an IMSLP iPad app? I hate to say it - not being a Steve Jobs fan - but they could have been made for reading IMSLP scores.
Choralia wrote:You can use a free tool named PDFill PDF Tools (http://www.pdfill.com/) as follows:
daphnis wrote:And have you found some PDFs of black-and-white images that don't lag when opening?
gardano wrote:And of course, view the PDFs, page-by-page.
Philidor wrote:gardano wrote:And of course, view the PDFs, page-by-page.
That strikes me as the key element. A string quartet arrives with four iPads - one each. They stick them on their music stands, enter the appropriate IMLSP url, then play. They finish playing, the audience applauses, everyone goes home.
The test of your app is if it enables that to occur. I suspect it doesn't! The string quartet still needs to chop down trees to play the concert.
gardano wrote:Actually, the IMSLP app will cache all the composer/composition/score file data. So they would not have to type in any URLs. They would either navigate to the composition, or select it from their "favorites" in the app, and have it all ready to go. If it's not already downloaded to the iPad, provided they have an internet connection available, it's automatically downloaded once they navigate to the Score screen.
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