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Marking up scripts, customizing annotations, and organizing notes.
Highlighting Tool vs Highlighting with the Marker
Diving into the two ways to highlight your scripts.
Inserting Photos and Images into your script
Maybe you have reference photos for a specific shot or a floor plan for a set. With Scriptation, you can insert them into your script.
What's the difference between Deleting or Erasing annotations?
How to use the Eraser Tool or Delete annotations.
I can't find some of my Annotation Tools
Some of my tools are missing from the Annotation Toolbar.
How do I use Sticky Notes?
With Scriptation's Stickies feature, you can tap to insert collapsible notes within your script.
Free Write or Draw
Use a stylus or your finger to write or draw with the ink and highlighter tools. Using Scriptation's Drawing or Freeform Highlight tool, you can write or draw just like a pen and paper, using a stylus or your finger, or, on macOS, your mouse. The Drawing (Pen) tool delivers a solid line, much like ink. The **Freeform H
How can I draw shapes?
How to draw lines, arrows, circles, and squares in your script.
How to Undo and Redo Actions
How to go back an action or move forward.
What are Saved Annotations and how do I use them?
Saved Annotations allow you to create saved notes so you don't have to re-write things over and over again Saved Annotations is a powerful Industry Pro feature for saving custom stamps, drawings, markings, shapes, text notes, and images/photos for easy use throughout your script. You can create a Saved Annotation with any marking! Below as an example, we have the
Outline: Viewing and Searching your Annotations
A fully searchable list of all your Annotations? Welcome to Outline. With your script marked up, and all of your notes taken, it really helps to be able to see all of your notes in one place. It makes things even more efficient to be able to search those notes using keywords. Start by tapping the Outline icon (the open book) on the Top Menu. In the dropdown menu, the left tab shows the Bookmarks Outline, and the right tab shows the
How to add audio clips to your script
Want to capture sound or make a recording within your script? It's easy, with Audio Clips. Using Audio Clips is a great way to take notes in a meeting when information is coming in faster than you can write it down. It's also a terrific way to make a quick reference recording of sounds or music. And the best part... Audio clips move with all of your other notes to your new script when you use the Transfer function.
How do I use Stamps, and create Custom Stamps?
Scriptation comes loaded with many Stamps, plus the freedom to design your own! Inserting Stamps Stamps can be found on the Annotation Toolbar by tapping the Stamp icon. Then, by tapping on any of the existing stamp designs, the selected stamp automatically loads to the center of your page. Once inserted, you can drag t
How to use Siri to dictate notes
Can I use Siri to dictate notes with Scriptation? Yes! For iOS and Mac users, Apple's Siri can be used to automatically turn your voice into text. Siri can be used with Scriptation's Text Boxes, Sticky Notes, as well as the connected note of any Annotation. Let's start by using Siri with a Text Box. On the Annotation Bar, tap the TEXT icon. Then tap a spot in your scri
What are Bookmarks and how can I use them?
Bookmarking pages really helps to navigate through quickly. Bookmarking the top of every scene, or any specific page allows you to easily find that spot again.
How to link to existing audio recordings
How can I include an existing song recording in my script? Let's start by navigating to the Sound tool. PRESS AND HOLD on the IMAGE icon to have the Sound tool appear. Tap SOUND. Then, tap on any area of your script where you'd like the sound recording to be. Then tap NOTE. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/60818aeea8717000/after-tapping-sound_n3dfb7.jpe
Typing Notes into your Script with Text Boxes
Bad handwriting? No problem. We've got Text Boxes! The Text tool can be found on the Annotation Bar, and allows you to enter a text box anywhere within your script. Start by tapping the TEXT icon. Then tap a spot in your script where you'd like the text to be. The keyboard will automatically load on mobile devices. From the keyboa
How do I use the Text Marking tools? (Highlight, Underline, Squiggle and Strikethrough)
Let's learn how to use Highlight, Underline, Wavy Underline, and Strikethrough. There are 4 text marking tools on the Annotation Bar. Let's take a look at each one.