This dialog let you display and modify high-level processing parameters.
It can be accessed through
Book | Set parameters... pulldown menu.
The following example displays the parameters dialog for a book (
Dichterliebe01) which contains
The dialog is organized in several tabs to describe Default, Book and Sheet's scopes respectively. In this example, the dialog provides 4 tabs, one for Default, one for Dichterliebe01 book, and one for each sheet in the Dichterliebe01 book.
The same parameters are defined for each scope, and each scope by default inherits from the upper scopes in hierarchy:
- Default level: This is the information provided by default for all books. Any such global value is read from source, unless it has been overridden by the user at default level.
- Book level: The user can override any default value for this book only, and it will apply transitively to all sheets in this book.
- Sheet level: Finally, the user can override any value for the specific sheet at hand.
To override a value for a given scope:
- First select the proper scope tab,
- Then put a checkmark on the left side to indicate that you want to override the selected parameter. The line gets enabled, it moves from gray to black.
- Define the new value, either by selecting in a list, or typing a number, or checking a boolean box, etc.
To cancel a value modification, simply un-check the box on left side. The line then gets disabled, moving from black to gray, and it now displays the inherited value in lieu of the overriding value.
All modifications apply only when the
OK button is pressed, which actually commits them and
completes the dialog.
All the modified default values persist from one run of the application to the other (until they are modified again or reset to their factory value).
All the modified book/sheets values persist in the book
Select the kind of filter (global or adaptive) which gives the best results for the sheet image at hand.
You can also adjust the related numbers. Playing with global threshold is easy, but we recommend against modifying the parameters of the adaptive filter.
Define the specification of dominant languages for OCR'ed text (note that you can select several languages)
Switches for a list of binary features.
In some cases, supporting a rather rare feature may imply collateral damages, the small note heads are such example of tricky features. So it is safer to use them only when you have to.
NOTA: a switch disables a feature only for the OMR automatic recognition, the feature remains available for manual user actions.
- Chord names
- Fingering digits
- Frets roman digits
- Lyrics even when located above staff
- Small black note heads
- Small void note heads
- Small whole note heads