Uploading to MuseScore.com is slow or broken?

• Feb 27, 2020 - 09:04

Did removing the 5-score limit on non-Pro accounts bring in a flood of score uploads? I tried to update my MuseScore copy of the first movement of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor Op.23, and after pressing "Save" in the score upload page, instead of being met with the usual "Score is processing, please wait," I was met with a totally blank screen below the MuseScore header. This copy of the first movement is 20-odd minutes long, that could've contributed to the issue. I tried this again in a different browser, same issue, same result. I tried uploading it as a new score instead of updating the score that already exists in my profile, same issue. Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto 1, I.Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso.mscz
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I refreshed periodically for 20 minutes or so and the problem seems to have resolved itself. I see the "Score is being processed" message now. I posted this topic when I tried everything else except waiting.

In reply to by Jojo-Schmitz

So, I decided to make a new .mscz with all the same instruments from the old .mscz and basically copy everything from the old file to the new file, and, apparently, that solved the issue of not being able to upload it to MuseScore.com. I don't understand why, since the old .mscz was perfectly fine in opening it in the software. Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor Op.23, III.Allegro con fuoco.mscz

In reply to by jeronjoseph

You could try to export the failing score to MIDI, PNG, SVG, MXL, WAV, PDF, basically any format musescore.com offers for download or needs for rendering it, if one of those exports fails, you'd have the smoking gun, and the MuseScore program is to blame. If none fails the likely culprit is musescore.com.

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