Importing the script from pdf

Languages supported: English, French, Spanish, German, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Turkish
Contact WattWenn to add another language.

If you want to keep the script format use a PDF to text tool. Otherwise Preview on your Mac can help.

1. Preview: Click in the script;
command-A (selects all the script);
command-C (copy).

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2. WattWenn: click on File;
select Import Script, click on Script from Word Processor.

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3. Paste (command-V) into text window.

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4. To change script language, INT. EXT. style, Pages or Mins/Secs.
click on Change: brings up Preferences.

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5. Click on Start.

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6. Click on OK : to confirm script language, INT. EXT. style, Pages or Mins/Secs.

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7. Click on EITHER: INT/EXT + TOD (will find Scene Headers (slug lines) with a Time of Day);
OR: All INT/EXT (steps through all the INTs and EXTs even when there is no Time of Day).
You can change your mind mid script.

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8. Click on Set Header - Scene Header turns red to confirm and will Capitalise when the box is ticked.

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9. Click on Next until the next scene header is shown.
Note: sometimes int or ext will be found outside the scene header.

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Click on Next again when this happens.

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10. After Set Header for the Final Scene: click on Import.

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11. Type in the script length (WattWenn calculates Scene Lengths - these can be changed in the Breakdown Sheet);
Click on Calculate now.

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12. Type in the name;
Select the folder where you want it saved;
Click on Save.

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