How to run a DAY OUT OF DAYS report in Scenechronize You printкод для вставки
How to run a DAY OUT OF DAYS report in Scenechronize You print this out via the Scenechronize program AFTER you have uploaded the script and broken it down in Scenechronize. TO print this report: Click on STRIPBOARD so you are in the schedule mode. Click on REPORTS Click on DAY OUT OF DAYS pdf version icon This pops up: Make sure the selections on your box are the same as the ones in the example. The important thing is that it shows the HOLD days. To get a Day out of Days report on the sets, which will make a nice list of all the sets for you, just select SETS from the pull down menu that currently chows CHARACTERS. Then click OK. It will now show you the days on the schedule that the actors are working. You use this to accurately build a budget that has the right number of days allotted for each cast member. You don't want to put them all in for working every day вЂ“ that would be unnecessarily expensive. ItвЂ™s also a tool for the casting director to know when certain actors are needed and therefore be able to work around any schedule conflicts. Assistant directors, and the costumer love the DOOD, alsoвЂ¦ The key for this report is: D = DROP SW = START WORK FT = FITTING SWF = START/WORK/FINISH (day players who work only one day) FW = WORK FINISH H = HOLD P = PICK-UP REH = REHEARSAL T = TEST TR = TRAVEL W = WORK This is the code to use to define what type of day the actor was on so the accountant knows at which rate to pay them. As you can see, they get paid for a lot more activities than just being on set acting. But the rate is different вЂ“ they get paid less for a travel day than for a day on set, along with the overtime, although all this is negotiable between the agent and the producer a long as it abides by SAG minimum rules. On the Day Out of Days chart, hold days are indicated by an H. When a cast member is to be dropped, a D marks the last paid day before the drop, and a P indicates the day when the cast member will be picked back up. The SAG rule is that you can drop an actor and not pay him for hold days (days he is not needed on set but youвЂ™re not done with him yet) only once during a schedule. And there ahs to be at least 10 intervening days of hold in order to not pay for those off days. This is something the first and second assistant directors are expected to track, along with the production manager and accountant. The goal is to have as dew hold days as possible вЂ“ no one wants to pay the actor for sitting around the pool. But other factors in the scheduling, like location availability or construction time, often makes this impossible to avoid. This does not apply on student films, just bigger SAG projects with long schedules.