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How To Generate Day Out Of Day Reports
How To Generate Day Out Of Day Reports

Day Out of Day (DOOD) Reports are a simple way to document and view when an Element is needed, on hold, or done.

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After you have imported your script, tagged elements, and set a shooting schedule, a Day Out of Day Report generates a table that conveniently displays when an Element is needed. For Cast Members, DOOD Reports show Work Started, Working, Holds, and Work Finished. If you're looking for the DOOD report, follow these steps:


Step 1 — Access Reports Page

From inside of a project, under the Breakdowns menu, select Reports.

Step 2 — Navigate Reports

On the Reports page click the Report Type drop-down menu and select Day out of Days (DOOD).

Step 3 — Select Schedule and Filters

Once on the DOOD Report, if you have multiple schedules, select which schedule to generate the report for.

Now you can use the filters to only show specific information such as:

  • Schedule Days

  • Scenes

  • Locations

  • Element Categories

  • Display Options

What is a DOOD Report?

DOOD Reports create simple tables to display work days. Objects, makeup, etc. are represented by Checks, but Cast Members have a little more detail:

  • SW - Start Work

  • W - Working

  • WF - Work Finished

  • SWF - Start Work/Work Finished

  • H - Hold

Check out our blog to learn more about DOOD reports and abbreviations.

How can I add rehearsal days to the DOOD report?

The DOOD report is generated from the Cast ID's on every scene strip. This means that if you want to add a rehearsal day to your DOOD report, simply create a new Scene and assign the associated Cast ID's, and then head back to your DOOD page.

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