Introducing ShotLogic, an intuitive new commercial scheduling application that can handle situations like this with a single drag. Everything stays perfectly formatted, and shoot-times ripple down like magic. Hit print, and you’re off to the meeting.
The pre-pro is in thirty minutes and they want to change the shooting order and call time. Been there.
Spreadsheet. Cut. Paste. Everything’s jumbled now! Wait, all the times have to change, too. Help!
ShotLogic to the rescue.
Help is here – introducing ShotLogic, an intuitive new commercial scheduling application that can handle situations like this with a single drag. Everything stays perfectly formatted, and shoot-times ripple down like magic. Hit print, and you’re off to the meeting.
Production scheduling made easy.
Last-minute changes are just part of the story. Creating a new production schedule is quick and easy too. For instance, drag in a folder-full of frame renderings and ShotLogic creates a new shot for each frame automatically. Just double-click on any shot and a simple form appears with pre-set fields that you can customize to your own needs. Just fill in your data – don’t worry about alignment, text styles or formatting. ShotLogic does it for you.
You can add up to a dozen pictures for each shot, so you can include pictures of locations, wardrobe, talent, etc. Enter a shooting duration for each shot, and drag shots to the proper order. ShotLogic calculates the start times. Enter a call-time and see your wrap time instantly. You can create multiple shotlists in each project to handle multi-day shoots and since you can drag shots between days, what-if’s are a cinch.
Pick a style. ShotLogic gives you complete control of how your document will look. Want bigger shot-names? Smaller pictures? Need to hide shooting times? Just click the Style button and change anything. Done. That was
Stop wasting precious prep-time. Try ShotLogic on your next project, and see how easy production scheduling can be.
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