Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Scheduling, part of Adobe Story Workshop.
Once you've set up all of the metadata for your script, you've put your tags in, …you've defined your list of cast, and your characters, and your locations. …You've put in some shots, you're basically ready to start using the other …aspect of Adobe Story, which is I suppose the scheduling. …The point of which you switch over to producing schedules with story, is I …suppose the point at which you hand over from working with the application as a …writer to working with it as a producer, or a production manager, or assistant director.…
Someone preparing preproduction, preparing budgets, and putting together …cool sheets for a production. Making a new schedule is really easy. …And managing them is easy too. Here I am in the project panel. …I've got a script ready to schedule. And this script if I open it up. …You can see that I haven't totally populated it with shots but I've got …quite a few in here and if you go to the view menu you can see, if you turn on …camera shots there you can see quite a lot of these are set up. …
- 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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