Jungle Software twitter facebook linkedin youtube yahoo email

springsale
Comparing Gorilla Scheduling 6 to Movie Magic Scheduling
Gorilla 6 $249 MMS $489
1. Import Screenplay

Accepts the .fdx and .sex file format from Final Draft 10 and below and Movie Magic Screenwriter 6 and below.

2. Import Celtx

Accepts the .html Celtx Desktop format.

 
3. Tag elements on Scenes

Tag scene elements such as Props, Set Dressing, Costumes, etc. for breakdown sheet reports and Call Sheets.

4. Scene/Cast Call Sheet

Generate industry-standard call sheet for cast and crew, including scenes and elements.

 
5. Category Management

Ability to create unlimited number of categories for elements and add color and text formatting to categories for easy management. Attach multiple pictures to elements for Costume Designers and Prop Managers.

 
6. Cast & Crew Call Times

Ability to add cast and crew call times for each shoot day.(MM Scheduling can create a Cast list, but cannot enter any Crew).

 
7. Sync Screenplay

Ability to sync a modified screenplay importing only the changes, keeping your scheduling information intact.

 
8. Sync Schedule

Ability to sync a modified schedule importing only the changes, keeping your scheduling information intact.

 
9. Show Screenplay

Ability to import a modified screenplay written in Final Draft.

 

10. Production Phases

Create multiple phases for your schedule which include shoot days and non-shoot days for pre- production planning, meetings, and rehearsals.

11. Stripboard

Full drag and drop stripboard, including the ability to sort the board by multiple criteria, auto-add day breaks using a shoot day to scene ratio, insert banners for notes, move unwanted strips to a boneyard, and saving multiple boards.

12. Calendar Stripboard

Ability to display the stripboard in calendar view and move strips from one day to another in that view.

 
13. Merge Breakdown Sheets
14. Print Industry-Standard Breakdown Sheets
15. Print Breakdown Sheets in a Report View
16. Link Elements

Ability to link elements together then add them to breakdown sheets with one click.

17. Day out of Days

Ability to run a Day out of Days report for any element, including Cast Members, Props, etc. This shows you all days an element is needed for production in an Industry-Standard DOOD report.

18. SAG/Exhibit G Information

Ability to add meal times, travel times, dismiss on set times, and forced calls for actors.

19. Daily Production Report Information

Ability to enter rehearsal, camera days, set-ups, script, picture, sound, vehicles, equipment, and much more DPR information for each shoot day.

20. Call Sheet Extras/Detail

Ability to enter first and aft shot information, last shot and camera/crew wrap times, parking and hospital information, atmosphere and stand-ins, and weather information for each shoot day.

21. Black Out Days

Ability to flag any element as a Blackout Day and run a Blackout Day report to see any conflicts. MMS has a similar feature called Red Flag Conflict. Gorilla 6 can now blackout scenes and crew.

22. iPad Companion  
23. Koala Call Sheets Integration

Export to Koala Call Sheets to create more detailed call sheets.

24. Actors and Crew

Create actors and crew for your schedule, with address, phone, e-mail information. Import headshots and cast actors to characters in the schedule.

25. Agents & Managers

Create agents/managers and attach actors and/or crew to show representation.

26. E-Mail Contacts

E-Mail contacts directly from the program. Create e-mail groups and send a single e-mail to a group of contacts. (Must use a non-browser e-mail program).

27. Create Storyboard and Shots

Create a visual display of your storyboard using Gorilla's built-in shot type images or import your own. Attach storyboards to scenes and re-order the shots on a drag and drop canvas.MMS allows importing of images to scenes.

28. Attach Elements to Shots

Attach characters and other scheduled elements directly to a shot.

29. Location Photos

Arrange all your location photos by dragging and dropping them on the screen. Provide details for each location photo.

30. Scenes for Location

Attach scenes to each location making it easy to see where you are going to shoot which scene.

31. Location Fact Sheet

Enter crucial location info such as availability, restroom, eating area, actor's area, parking, electricity, and much more.

 
  • koala_home
  • ratebook_home
  • storyo_home
 
     

Copyright © 2002-2017 Jungle Software  Site Map  Contact Us End User Agreement
Use of this website signifies your agreement to the Terms of Use.