Dear Nightjar, We normally use only a single page for a cycle like "Seven Songs of Summer." Please add any additional items from that collection to the page for it instead of creating separate pages for the individual songs. Thanks, Carolus 03:49, 24 June 2011 (UTC) (IMSLP Copyright Admin)
Hi Nightjar! Nice work on the Lassen score from ThULB. Since I've recently devised a method of grabbing ThULB's image tiles with cURL and re-assembling them with Photoshop I'm very curious as to your own method. Mine certainly wouldn't allow me to go do the evening shopping and then come home to find the images of a 160 page score ready for posting. I have to create a blank image then run a couple of actions to place the tiles on it and assemble them in order. The longest score I've had the patience to do was Chopin's Piano Sonata No.3 (31 pages). Have you managed to modify DeZoomify to work with ThULB? Thanks! --Cypressdome 11:07, 5 October 2011 (UTC)
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Dear Nightjar, I dont know, if here is the right place to mention: the flute part of your scan of the Sextett from Moscheles is incomplete. Perhaps you could add the missing pages. Thank you!
Hi Nightjar! Thanks for adding some more Stanford and Parry! I'm not sure if you are aware of this or if this may or may not interest you but for most works found on Archive.org there is a link in the "view the book" window labeled "All files: HTTP." Follow that link and you'll find among the list of links one that contains the text "orig" and "jp2." That file will contain the unedited, color jpeg2000 images that the university or library submitted to Archive.org. Once converted to black and white tif files these can generate some high quality pdf files. --Cypressdome 03:58, 2 December 2011 (UTC)
it's often preferred, I think, to remove some of the Internet Archive-specific images - which requires converting jp2 images to jpgs if one then wants to reduce the file size to something reasonable again (which is as well, since Internet Archive files aren't always readable as is, when downloadable as pdf, but downloading them as the jp2 zips, converting these to jpgs and removing the ones you don't want helps fix that too...) Eric 06:44, 2 December 2011 (UTC) (I prefer this to creating tif files, which hate being cropped and edited and tend to explode, but that has its points too.)