How is the file name format for Midifiles?

Our Midifiles got a cetrain filename when produced. It's format is as follows:

[Optional:songtitle]#####[Format identification].mid

Wherein ##### corresponds to the 5-digit item number (the part before the .00) and the [Format identification] consists of a chain od labels seperated by dots.

In 2015 we added the possibility to prepend the songtitel to the filename. You can make this selection on the "Format selection" page within the purchasing process.

Midifiles

Examples:

12345.1.gm.ending.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 1, General Midi, Ending-Version
12345.0.xg.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 0, XG, Original-Version
12345.p.gs.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 0 without melody, GS, Original-Version
12345.drums.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 1, drums splitted (as additional file to the MF-1 format)

Pro- & ProV-Midifiles

Examples:

12345.1.xf.ending.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 1, XF, Ending-Version
12345.0.t1.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 0, Tyros, Original-Version
12345.p.pa.mid = Article 12345, Midifile Format 0 without melody, Korg PA, Original-Version