TV Commercial Production Process — From Script to Schedule

If you’ve used StudioBinder’s project management tools before, you know the value of managing a project collaboratively under one roof. However, for those of us who work in commercial television production using AV scripts, we’re left on the outside looking in, right? Not necessarily. The way I see it is, StudioBinder is a tool which… Continue reading TV Commercial Production Process — From Script to Schedule

How to Invite and Accept Teammate Invitations in StudioBinder

Filmmaking is a collaborative medium. There are countless people and departments that help bring a project together. So, having a solution that allows you to invite others to work together is invaluable. Luckily, StudioBinder makes inviting and accepting invitations to be a team member easy by having one place to manage your team. Follow along… Continue reading How to Invite and Accept Teammate Invitations in StudioBinder

How to Recover Shots Using the Version History Manager

So you’re knee-deep in Pre-Production, shooting script formatted, script broken down and you’re almost done with the shot list. Then, you receive an updated version of the script, so you import that into your StudioBinder project and then all of the sudden you’re missing shots on your shot list. What happened? Well, typically that means… Continue reading How to Recover Shots Using the Version History Manager

How to Use StudioBinder’s Collaborator Feature Like a Pro

As your filmmaking career progresses you’re going to be working with more and more people all the time. Each new project might be a completely different crew than the last. So, how do you manage this with a production software? Well, with StudioBinder’s Collaborator feature it’s as easy as typing an email. Come along for… Continue reading How to Use StudioBinder’s Collaborator Feature Like a Pro

How to Manage Shooting Locations in StudioBinder

INT. BATHROOM, EXT. SANTA MONICA PIER, EXT. NEW YORK STREET. What do all of these have in common? Well, first of all, they’re all scene headings, at least two-thirds of one. Secondly, they’re all different places or locations. There isn’t a set rule on how many locations to include in a script, but remember that… Continue reading How to Manage Shooting Locations in StudioBinder

What are Script Versions and How to Keep Them Organized

Back in the day, any time a revision was made to a script, a new copy would be printed on different colored paper. Luckily, StudioBinder takes the guesswork out of this and assigns a color to any new document revisions automatically. But it doesn’t stop there. We’ll walk you through why script versions are created… Continue reading What are Script Versions and How to Keep Them Organized

How to Use a Green Screen — Setup, Lighting and Creative Uses

Looking to make a sci-fi epic? Need to shoot a weatherman spoof? Wanna spice up your skype life? Don’t worry, no matter why you want to know how to use a green screen, we got you covered. We’ll talk about set-up, lighting, editing, all that stuff. Forget the key to the city, once you know how… Continue reading How to Use a Green Screen — Setup, Lighting and Creative Uses

4 Call Sheet Builder Updates that Save You a Bunch of Time

We have just made the process of creating call sheets even more intuitive. Our latest update allows you to personalize crew positions effortlessly, hide Talent and Client details, and remove recipients from a call sheet with ease. Pretty slick, right? Let’s dive deeper into the details.Continue reading 4 Call Sheet Builder Updates that Save You a Bunch… Continue reading 4 Call Sheet Builder Updates that Save You a Bunch of Time