Here you will find any relevant information if you want to use MakeBraille service as an agency.
MakeBraille is a professional web service for automated conversion to create music Braille files from MusicXML files and from capx files from Capella Software. MakeBraille has been developed by dzb lesen.
MakeBraille is available at https://makebraille.dzblesen.de/MakeBraille.
A short video for a general overview of MakeBraille can be found here: https://dzblesen.uber.space/tutorials/mb_video.html.
MakeBraille is available to be used by agencies with a license fee.
A license for MakeBraille includes two user accounts for MakeBraille tool. With the tool agencies will be able to transcribe music into braille, which can be used both for non-profit and commercial purposes. The license also includes the following information to start with the usage of MakeBraille:
The licence fee covers the use of MakeBraille for one year.
The operation and continuous development of the software for the high-quality production of Braille music incurs costs. Therefore, there are costs for the use of MakeBraille for agencies. Use by end-users and private individuals is free.
The pricing model is on an annual base and depends on the licensee‘s country of origin and its World Bank's classification.
The standard annual costs are: 1.500 € net/year
The costs for one-person companies are reduced by 50%: 750 € net/year
Furthermore the annual costs depend on the licensee's country of origin and on the World Bank's classification:
If you are interested in getting a license for MakeBraille, please just send a short message to email@example.com. We will then contact you and in order to set up a license agreement for MakeBraille.
Yes, dzb lesen offers a three month trial period (one account), so that you can check if MakeBraille fits to your processes. If you are interested in a free trial, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wiki for MakeBraille is available at https://dzblesen.uber.space/projects/hodder/wiki. The access to the Wiki is open, so you do not need any login information. The Wiki contains a user guide, documentation, information about how to use Capella software and a What's New section.
Please feel free to contact in any case of questions at email@example.com
dzb lesen thanks the DAISY Consortium, funders and project team for supporting our development work in 2020 and 2021 through the DAISY Music Braille Project. For more information about the project see http://daisy.org/activities/projects/music-braille/.