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  1. Hey everyone, As filmmakers and scriptwriters, we're always looking for ways to improve our workflow and simplify our production process. That's why I wanted to share a fantastic resource I've recently discovered: Filmustage.com. Filmustage.com is an Automatic Script Breakdown and Scheduling service that uses AI technology to save you time on routine tasks and streamline your production process. Imagine being able to break down 100 scenes in just 1 minute! This powerful tool makes it possible, and it's available 24/7. One of the best things about Filmustage is its versatility. You can export your script breakdowns for free in Movie Magic, PDF, and Spreadsheets, which makes it easy to collaborate with your team and share your progress in various formats. Plus, the built-in Scheduling feature helps you stay organized and on track throughout your project. As someone who's always on the lookout for innovative tools to enhance my filmmaking experience, I can't recommend Filmustage.com enough. It's a game-changer for anyone involved in the industry, from seasoned professionals to aspiring newcomers. Give it a try and see how it can revolutionize your workflow. Don't hesitate to share your thoughts and experiences with Filmustage here on the forum. I'm excited to hear how it works for you! Happy filmmaking
  2. Inset shots make editors and audiences very happy but they seem to drive directors, actors abd everyone else crazy. I try to group them so that I’m shooting A bunch of them at one time but I always feel like I’m ruining the party.. Is there a better or worst time in the day to shoot them? Is it better to shoot them in the morning when people are in good moods? Or wait until the end of the day when everyone is too exhausted to fight with you about it? Does someone have an optimal strategy for this?
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