Organizing scenes within a shooting schedule is vital for a smooth and efficient filmmaking process. The App's 3-level sorting feature enables filmmakers to sort scenes by various parameters, providing a tailored and precise approach to scheduling. Below is a reference table outlining each available sorting parameter and a description of what it represents.
Sorting parameters - Reference table
Sorts by set number, either in ascending or descending order.
DAY THEN NIGHT
Places all daytime scenes first, followed by nighttime scenes.
NIGHT THEN DAY
Places all nighttime scenes first, followed by daytime scenes.
INT THEN EXT
Places all interior scenes first, followed by exterior scenes.
EXT THEN INT
Places all exterior scenes first, followed by interior scenes.
Sorts by shooting location, either in ascending or descending order.
Sorts by scene number, either in ascending or descending order.
Sorts by the number of pages, either in ascending or descending order.
Organizes scenes by estimated time or resources, either ascending or descending.
Sorts by cast member's ID numbers, either ascending or descending.
Sorts by specific production unit, either in ascending or descending order.