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Multi-location scene functionality in Adobe Story allows you to represent correctly, a scene that is to be shot in more than one location. For example, a phone call between two or three people in the movie or a TV drama. You can also use a space followed by a slash ( / ) and then followed by another slash in the
You can now convert a single-location scene to a multi-location scene and edit locations of a multi-location scene.
In the Multi-Location dialog, click Add Set. The set and studio/location details are populated from the assigned set list. If a set list is not assigned, the set and studio/location details are populated from the list of sets used in the document. Alphabetically, the speaking characters’ names are displayed followed by the non-speaking characters’ names followed by extras’ name, if any.
The default speaking/non-speaking character settings are populated from the scene.