Q1. How will the MultiScript aid in the commissioning process?
A1. By speeding up the flow of essential information to and from producer, via script editor, to writer, and by monitoring the script writer's parameters.
Q2. How can the MultiScript aid in the re-drafting of scripts and enable the speedy flow of information updates to ad from writers?
A2. The re-drafting of scripts is accelerated due to the MultiScheduler's secure online interaction capabilities with MultiScript
Q3. Can artistes also benefit from the more efficient transfer of re-writes?
A3. Yes, by providing artists with the earliest access to script rewrites
Q4. How many writers can the MultiScript element be distributed to?
A4. Unlimited dependentdepending on what the version and how many licenses are purchased
Q5. How will necessary information be transferred between editors and writers?
A5. Via multiScheduler’s own encrypted filing system which can then be transferred via email, cd or any other recordable format
Q6. Is the process of information transfer secure?
A6. Yes, MultiScheduler has 128 bit encryption which the script department set at the time of the requisition of the script
Q7. Can the Script Department, govern script delivery more efficiently?
A7. Yes, the script department can ensure the correct use of actors, or characters, sets, location, vehicles and walk-ons, since all maybe required in more than one script to be recorded at any one time
Q8. How many users have access to the output from the Script Department?
A8. Unlimited, but limited to authorised personnel
Q9. How many ways are there of inputting scripts?
A9. There are three ways to input a script 1. Manually via the Entry screen module. 2. Semi automatically via the Wizard screen module. 3. Fully automatically via the Import screen module