User talk:Resnek

It would be nice if you mention the source of the scores you recently submitted (First string quartets of Beethoven) - firstly to prove them being in public domain and secondly to improve the credibility of the files. Thanks, --Peter 02:09, 22 September 2006 (EDT)

I'm sorry to inform you that you are submitting CD Sheet Music files with the logo in the pdf. This logo is copyrighted. And again, as I asked you in september, can you please mention the source of your submissions? IMSLP is allergic to copyrighted files. You know that IMSLP does not want any legal problems! --Peter 15:03, 11 February 2007 (EST)

Beethoven Violin Sonatas

Hi Resnek! Unfortunately, I had to remove a few of your violin sonata submissions because they have the "CD Sheet Music" logo on it, which is a trademark (and protected by law). Sorry! --Feldmahler 11:23, 12 February 2007 (EST)

Publisher information

Dear Resnek, please don't forget to add publisher information to your submissions. Most information is available directly in your own pdfs! Cheers ,Peter 14:51, 12 March 2007 (EDT)

How to create small PDF files?

Thanks for uploading the Beethoven Piano Concert No. 2. your PDF files are really small! Just over 1MB for 26 pages (first movement). How did you scan and compress the scores and how did you fit them into pdf?

I followed

and scanned a 100-page score with each page as a 600x600 black and white (no grayscale) tiff file. Then I concatenate all tiffs into a single tiff file with CCITT Group 4 compression by:

tiffcp -c g4 *.tiff output.tiff

Finally I convert the concatenated tiff file into pdf by:

tiff2pdf output.tiff > output.pdf

However the resultant pdf file is 22MB!

Thanks for your help

kcleung --Kcleung 04:44, 24 July 2008 (EDT)