Tagging overview

Use the document to learn about tagging your documents


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Scene-level tagging lets you perform effective scene breakdown and leverage the resulting insight for scheduling, budgeting and planning the usage of resources. You can create and manage tags; and then specify tag items, which are the values for those tags. For example, you can specify typewriter as the tag item for the tag prop.

In addition to managing tags at a scene level, you can also tag words and phrases in your scripts automatically or manually. The selected words are automatically added at the scene level as tag items for the tag that you select. Tags and tag items may have one-to-many or many-to-one relationships. For example, the words typewriter, telephone, and umbrella in a script can be tagged as prop.

Tagging use cases

  • You can export tagging information from a script in the CSV format. Later, you can work offline on the CSV file.

  • Tagging information flows into different Story reports, such as Bible, Detailed Running Order, and Shooting Schedule.

  • Tagging information flows into the schedule, facilitating planning and decision making processes.

Tagging methods

You can tag scripts using one or more of the following approaches:

  • Scene-level tagging wherein you define tag-items for the available tags

  • Auto-tagging to let Adobe Story detect essential tag-items in your document and tag them accordingly. Essential elements can include CGI, location, props, music, and so on. Among scene elements, only the action, parenthetical, and general elements are auto tagged.

    Autotagging is available only for users working in the EN_US and EN_GB locales.

  • Manual tagging of words and phrases

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