export score with audio source from youtube

• Jan 19, 2022 - 23:30

I have created a score note, and then syncronized it with the audio of a video in youtube. When I'm trying to export or download the score to a video file on my PC, the result contains MUSESCORE sound, and NOT the sound from the youtube video. Does this option require MUSESCORE PRO?


First, because you are talking about features of .com, see https://musescore.org/en/faq#faq-20657
But to my knowledge it has never been an option to render a video of your score with the sound from a different video directly in that platform.

You can of course download your own score video, and find a way to extract the sound from the linked youtube video; then use a video editor to combine them.
All taking copyright legislation into account, of course..

In reply to by jeetee

Thanks for your comments.
I'm reffering to the explanation in the link:
https://help.musescore.com/hc/en-us/articles/209541709-Manage-audio-sou… ,
that combines the notes with the youtube music. I can here the youtube sound witg the rolling notes, but cannot export it to mp4 file on my PC,
Alternatively, i've read the explanation given in
https://help.musescore.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000227805-Sync-your-sco… ,
but in step 5 one should select the wheel button, which I could NOT find in MuseScore interface.

In reply to by ybrave

Looks like their documentation is out of date. Instead of the settings wheel, you should now be able to select a playback source under the mixer view on your score page.

Again though, nothing in that article indicates that you should be able to download a combined file to your local PC at all.

In reply to by jeetee

I've already done that by using the mixer, and could hear the youtube sound, but when I selected the option 'send to youtube' and then 'create video', I've got a file with MuseScore sound. I assume that this option is not possible, as you wrote.
I shall have to to search some other software that can combine a PDF file of notes together with an MP3 audio fille, and create a video file in which the note are rolling synchronised with MP3 backing track.

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