Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Automatically creating reports, part of Adobe Story Workshop.
Once you finished tagging your script, the magic can begin with creating your …own reports straight off of the page inside of story. …So, I've got a script here where I am going to turn this into some reports. …I've called this script automatically Creating Reports, and I've already got …lots of tags already assigned to different parts of this script. …Now, I can go to the Production menu and I can choose Breakdown Reports. …And then, I can choose one of a number of automatic reports, or I can create a …custom one. And let's say for example, I want to have …a cost list. I'll give this a location on my hard …drive, let's call this cast report, okay? There it is.…
It's just a CSV file, a comma separated file. …Or I should say a comma separated values file. …If I now open it up, by double-clicking on it on my Desktop, and I've got …OpenOffice installed on here. Here we go. …And just so you can see, certainly with OpenOffice, you've got the option to …define how information is divided up. And here I've got the comma option …
- Key interface elements
- Story projects
- Writing with Story
- Browsing and reviewing
- Reporting and scheduling
- Reviewing scripts
- Importing and exporting documents
- Integration with Adobe Premiere Pro
Skill Level Beginner
Up and Running with Adobe Storywith Jeff Sengstack1h 24m Appropriate for all
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Story Projects
3. Writing with Story
4. Browsing and Reviewing
5. Reporting and Scheduling
6. Reviewing Scripts
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