Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting scripts, part of Adobe Story Workshop.
If I want to use, I suppose what I would call a reader's draft script, which is …the version I've got here, as a shooting script onset. …I'm going to want to put some camera angles in some production information. …As soon as I try to do that, Adobe Story is going to convert the document type and …it's going to make a back up of the current version. …So here under the Production menu, I'm going to just scroll down, and I'm going to …choose Camera shot. But if I choose this option, I get a …warning from Adobe Story. adding a Camera Shot element will change …the template of your script, we recommend that you save a copy before continuing.…
I like the idea of saving backups of things. …That works for me. So, this is shooting scripts, which is …the name of the current draft, _backup up. …So I'll click Continue and now, here we go. …Story is inviting me to choose any of a number of different kinds of camera shot …information to add to the script. Now this is going to appear wherever my …cursor was, and I might want to move it later. …
- 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
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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