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  • Fri, Mar 30 2018 6:35 PM

    • Aren Hansen
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    ScriptSync - moving Takes on a Slate

    Hi,

    Often I've added a few takes to scriptsync and realize later I need to add another one. Unfortunately, it's always placed last on the slate, regardless of when it was shot or how it's labeled. I can't figure out how to move them. Is there a way? 

    Thanks,

    A

     

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  • Thu, Apr 11 2019 9:34 PM In reply to

    • JSosnovsky
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    Re: ScriptSync - moving Takes on a Slate

    I have the same issue. Looking to move or re-organize takes on a grouped Slate....

  • Sat, Apr 13 2019 4:26 PM In reply to

    • Bruno M
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    Re: ScriptSync - moving Takes on a Slate

    I've not found a way as of now, but I discovered if you show the 'Take' column in the bin view for your clips, and then fill-in take numbers for your master clips, they'll show up in the script.

    You'll see them in the little box below each take. Just make sure you keep the numbers to only two digits max.

    Doesn't help with re-ordering, but helps to see which take is which, if you do end up adding them out of order.

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