exporting parts as audio file/mp3 etc.

• Aug 3, 2021 - 03:45

can you export a part of an arrangement, as an audio file, for someone who wants to listen to their part on an mp3 player?


You don't actually need to save the part separately. Just generate the parts normally (File / Parts, then "All Parts"), then do File / Export and select which parts you want.

In reply to by Marc Sabatella

Wow thanks marc, how personal!
By the way i'm using version 3.6.2 (OS: KDE Flatpak runtime, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 3.6.2, revision: github-musescore-musescore-) and I notice the only way you can use the saved exported audio file is by manually entering the corrrect file extension when it offers for you to name/ save the exported file. It might help a new inexperienced "exporter" to instuct them to remember to manually type the file extension desired (.mp3, .ogg, .wav ...) , according to what user selected earlier. Does that make sense?
also will musescore always be open source? - just curious

In reply to by kollev1

I believe that is a known issue with the flatpak versiion (wehich is not supported here) as well as with certain Linux distributions, see [ #297613]
a) Try the AppImage
b) Try unticking Edit > Preferences > Advanced > ui/Application/useNativeDialogs

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