Reports: share the logs
Email history and notes in various formats. Import data into spreadsheets, databases, and editing suites.
Avid ALE (and Locators).
Exports two files for import into Avid Media Composer:
- MovieSlate Clips.ale - shot and ASC CDL color data
- MovieSlate Locators.txt - shot Notes
Exports a “MovieSlate Premiere Batch.csv” file containing shot data and notes.
Displays logged camera information broken down by day and by camera.
Displays logging information for multiple cameras. This report is part of the MultiCam Pro Feature (subscription required).
You can choose to automatically send any HTML-based report (Formatted HTML, Sound, and Camera reports) as a PDF instead.
Save time when running reports by pre-choosing your preferred report format,
contents, and recipient lists from MovieSlate’s Settings screen.
New in MovieSlate 8: use AirDrop on iOS to transfer your report to a
nearby Mac. Or use Dropbox or iCloud Drive to store and distribute your report.
New in MovieSlate 8: use AirPrint on iOS to print your report on AirPrint-supported printers.
An easy-to-read report that can be viewed in any computer web browser.
To view the report, drag the HTML file to your web browser
application’s icon on your computer. Include up to 6 custom data fields.
The recommended format for importing MovieSlate shot log History into sophisticated external databases, and application programs such as Pomfort’s Silverstack
CSV & Plain Text.
These popular, venerable formats are suitable for importing shot log History
into computer spreadsheets or databases. Include up to 6 custom data fields.
A sound mixer’s daily report for use by Post Production. This
report is part of the Sound Department Pro Feature (subscription required).
Prelude Marker Notes.
Import marker notes into Adobe Prelude CS 6 and later.
Final Cut Pro 7.
Contains Shot and Notes data for import into Final Cut Pro 7. Imported are clip bins, timelines, and shot notes (as timeline and clip markers).
Final Cut Pro X.
Use the KeyClips app to organize your media into events, folders, selects, and sequences— with notes, markers,
shot+production metadata, and optional bottom-third titles.