Version 4.0 of Shotlist is now released on the App Store.
This major new update adds a number of great features to Shotlist:
- Print stripboard and details pages, via Airprint.
- Shot details and notes for each shot in a scene.
- Email .pdf updates of stripboard and details pages.
- Import and export projects in a popular spreadsheet format.
- Rearrange shot ordering with drag and drop.
- iOS6 and iPhone 5 support
It also fixes a problem in the previous version when updating a project to Dropbox, and has various other optimisations to speed up data entry and navigation.
The Support page and User Guide are both being updated to reflect the new features.
If you encounter any problems please let us know by tapping the “Support” button in Shotlist, or using our support email address (shotlist at solubleapps.com) and I’ll look at it right away for you.
A lot has gone into this update and I hope you find it useful. If you do, a review on the App Store is always very much appreciated. Thanks.
Read on for more details of all the new features. Continue reading “ShotList 4.0: New Version, New Features”
We are very excited to announce that our groundbreaking new app for movie and video production, ShotList, will be released later this month.
ShotList helps filmmakers of all levels to plan and track their shoots scene by scene, by bringing the “Production Stripboard” system used by movie industry pros for many years to iPhone and iPad for the very first time.
Enter as much or as little information as you need from the script for each scene, add photos of storyboards or locations from your photo library, and then move each “strip” around to fine-tune your shooting order. Being so mobile, and always with you, Shotlist enables you to instantly change plans whenever something unexpected crops up on the shoot. It also has a major rôle to play in tracking the completion status of each scene, or shot, on the day.
We plan to update and upgrade ShotList regularly, just as we have with our unique group email app “MailShot“, so we would love to hear your requests and suggestions for which features you’d like to see in the next version. Maybe a “day of days” report? a list of cast required for each day’s shooting? a report on which scenes were completed on a given day? Let us know.
ShotList will be available on the App Store later this month. Check out the app page for more details, and screenshots of what this essential app can do.