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Sound elements

Sound elements are used when you want to cue music or sound. They contain a description field and appear to the right side of the script. A solid vertical line is automatically drawn from a sound InPoint to the sound OutPoint.

To insert only a sound InPoint or sound OutPoint, and not the two together simultaneously, do the following:

  1. Place the cursor in the line where you want the sound elements to appear.
  2. Select Production > Sound Elements. Alternatively, use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+U.
  3. Enter the appropriate sound description, choose InPoint or OutPoint and click OK.

Notes:

  • If you enter a sound InPoint, Story tries to find a sound OutPoint later in the script and draws a vertical line between the two boxes. If Story does not find any sound OutPoint, the solid vertical line is drawn from the sound InPoint to the end of the script.
  • If you enter a sound OutPoint and no sound InPoint, an inverted T is displayed above the sound OutPoint.

To insert a sound InPoint and a corresponding sound OutPoint simultaneously, do the following:

  1. Select the text range between which the sound InPoint/OutPoint boxes need to be cued.
  2. Select Production > Sound Elements. Alternatively, use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+U.
  3. Enter the appropriate InPoint and OutPoint sound description and then click OK.

Sound info elements

Sound Info is a type of sound element that does not have an InPoint or OutPoint. It contains a description field and appears to the right side of the script.

To insert a Sound Info element, do the following:

  1. Place the cursor in the line where you want the Sound Info to appear.
  2. Click Production > Sound Info.
  3. Enter the appropriate description and then click OK.
     

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