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On Windows and Linux the installer provides the option to install MuseScore during setup. MuseScore is free software that will allow you to view, edit, and convert MusicXML files created by AnthemScore to PDF. If you already have music notation software installed that can import MusicXML files, you may skip this step, although installing MuseScore will allow sheet music to be displayed automatically when you open a song. If you already have MuseScore installed, you can can use
Tools > Set path to MuseScore in the program menu to set the path to the MuseScore executable. You will need a minimum of about 4GB of RAM to process most songs, more for songs longer than 3 minutes. Virtual machines are not supported. After 30 days, you won't be able to process any additional songs without a valid activation key.
If you have Dell Backup and Recovery installed, there is a known bug in that software that causes AnthemScore and other Qt-based programs to crash when you try to open a file using the file dialog. You can fix this by upgrading or uninstalling Dell Backup and Recovery or simply drag and drop audio files onto the side panel rather than clicking the 'Open' icon. If you encounter problems during installation, you can also install manually.
To install on OS X, download the .dmg file and drag the app to the Applications folder. MuseScore can be installed from the official website.
AnthemScore was tested on Ubuntu 16.04. You may need to install the gstreamer 1.0 good, bad, and ugly packages if you don't have them already. The program must be installed on a drive that supports linux file permissions and wasn't mounted with 'nosuid' (if you encrypt your home drive with eCryptfs, it will use nosuid). Super user permission is needed during installation for the license utility.