This production workflow is not set in stone and most of the workflow in not mandatory, allowing you to adapt to your preferred production workflow. The guide set forth is simply an illustration of how production artefacts can fit together to establish your project framework.
How are Script elements and Shoot List linked?
Step 1: Description type Script items are used automatically to delineate scenes of the script. Click on Strips button to view only Descriptions within your script stack. In this mode when a Description is linked to a Shot it is highlighted green and ticked.
To link a Description to a Shoot List shot that has been created, click on the empty tick box and select from your Shoot List. Once a shot is selected and linked to a Description the box will be ticked, to clear click on this link click this box again.
Tip: Scene is taken as the firs description, following every Note or Dialogue until the next Description.
Step 2: Link in the other direction from your Shoot List.
Click on the script button on the right hand side from the project Shoot List Screen and select from all available Descriptions. Liked shots will show with green script button. To clear click on this link click this box again.
Alternatively: From Shot Edit screen select your Scene before saving.
How does Shoot List and Call Sheets link?
Step 3: Call Sheets are based on shots that need to be produced on the day of the Call Sheet. If the shot is linked with the scene from the Script You will have additional data that comes across from this relationship. For instance, download a cropped PDF of the scene only not entire project Script.
Step 4: Additional data from your Shot coming across to you call sheet.
Tip: Call Sheets in public mode, were they are distributed to email address that are not part of the Edictive project will see a read only Call Sheet without links to the actual project artefacts such as Crew, Locations and Shoot List for security and privacy reasons.