Use the document to learn about auto calculation of shooting time in a schedule

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Available for: Adobe Story Plus

Story helps you time the strips and days in a schedule.

When you enter scene start time (S. Start) and scene duration (S. Dur.) for a strip, Story calculates and displays the following:

  1. The end time of the strip (S. End)

  2. Start time and end time of the subsequent strips in the schedule until a day's break

To rearrange the schedule, you can drag-and-drop the strips up and down. Use Shift+click to select continuous strips. Use Ctrl+click to select multiple, non contiguous strips.

Remove manual changes in the scene start time

Available for: Adobe Story Plus

By default, the start time (S. Start) of a strip is same as its previous strip's end time (S. End). You can manually change start time of a strip. To remove the manual changes, click Recalc.

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