When booking voice actors, you usually need to keep track of how many lines each actor should do on each episode, how many he/ she has done and how many lines are booked. When a booking happens, the number of lines also needs to be time reported. All of this has now been fit within the booking/ time reporting workflow inside farmerswife.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Setup Project To-dos
- Add Project To-dos to a Project
- Operator access via Web Client and iOS (Mobile Web Client not supported)
- Send Alarms To
Setup Project To-dos
In Server Setup > Projects, first add a Project To-do Type. For example call it 'Dubbing'. Set the Unit (Single) to 'line' and the Unit (Multiple) to 'lines' and the job name to 'EP' (for episode).
Add Project To-dos to a Project
The eye menu inside Projects will now contain an item called 'Project To-dos'. If clicked, a couple of dialogs will now let you add a Project To-do list with people and episodes.
Edit the table and type the number of lines a person should do for each episode - or leave some blank.
When a person has been added to a Project To-do list and you create a Booking involving him/ her, the Time Report window will contain a new icon (the Project To-dos icon) that you can click to add Project To-do jobs to the Booking. This is typically done at the booking/planning stage.
After the Operator has updated / confirmed the amount of lines/to-dos done in the booking, this will be reflected in the Project To-do window.
Operator access via Web Client and iOS
Note: Mobile Web Client not supported
When the operator comes in to work and time reports, he/she can confirm (Save) or update the number of lines actually done. By default the to-do number will be displayed and the operator only needs to save or can update the number.
Send Alarms To
When all to-dos of an Episode have been completed the system can send an Alarm to a User. Add the Users to the "Send Alarms To" for each to-do list.
Report on Project To-dos
1) From the Project To-dos
2) From Toolbox > Objects > select the Actors and run