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    It's all good. LOL!


    Watch the film (1/21/13) HERE!


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    You can't do a budget breakdown but you can do a script breakdown in Final Draft.


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    Yes you can do a script breakdown in Final Draft but that's about it. You need to export to Movie Magic/EP software or export to Gorilla. This tool allows you to do a almost every aspect of preproduction except the budgeting. Every aspect of your production can be kept in one place.

    For anyone who has done scheduling with stripboards, you know how useful it is. As far as I can see it's like Gorilla Lite.

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    Anybody else tried the tool?

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    I used this on 2 projects and it was extremely useful, especially stripboard and reports.


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    stripboard and reports are so essential... people dont appreciate a good breakdown sheet...

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    I'm definitely going to put this to some use on the next production (FREE VERISON). One thing is for sure... a low budget production can always benefit from pre-production planning and organization. In the long run you will save more money and get more shots.

    Once you go pro, the price rates are pretty high. Short films start at $50 a month, then Union Indies between 1.5M to 5M is $500 a month. I guess its not so bad if you have a 1.5M budget.



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    But to me the real benefit of this is multiple people can work on it from anywhere. Does Gorilla do that? Can it share a project over a network so, say the art dept can be working at the same time the director is working from two different locations?


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    Actually the pricing is not so bad. If you have a 6 week shoot on a feature (with Union Actors) the price will come to $1000 for 2 months. Then they archive (to refer to during post-production) your schedule and reports for free (for the time being). For now, this is a sweet way to go for a total collaborative environment from anywhere.

    Here's a quote from the site about the archiving:

    Finding something in scenechronize is a lot simpler than digging through those dusty boxes.
    *free for now, but will require a subscription starting later in 2009.




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