We suggest you use a shooting script to make video content creation easy. It's an outline that reflects all the important details of the shooting process in one document. The advantage of this method is that the entire crew – the director, screenwriter, cameraman, editor, and actors – can work together, saving time and energy.
Here's an example of a shooting script:
- No. – the frame number. The frame is the time from when the record button is pressed to when it's turned off.
- Character – the actor, person in the frame
- Frame – a sequence of drawings that helps create video content by pre-visualizing the director's vision for making the film.
- t – the run time in seconds, i.e. the duration of the frame
- Size – the size of the frame, the shot (wide/long shot, medium shot, and close-up.)
- Action – what the character should do in the frame
- Audio (sound/dialogs) – what's said off-camera, in the frame, music, noise, effects
- Props – things that can be used in a scene
- Comments – notes about what you need to pay attention to before, during, or after a shoot in editing.