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paul simma
Verbatim logger
on Oct 21, 2010 at 10:11:44 am

Is ther a way to batch print all text that has been added to a project trough the tool "VERBATIM LOGGER"?

We have a project where all dialoge is transladed and sub-tittled with Verbatim logger

The client wants all verbatim logger translations printed on paper.

Is there a fast way to print all verbatim logger text?

Raul


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Matthew Stamos
Re: Verbatim logger
on Oct 21, 2010 at 3:57:19 pm

Raul
In the preferences you can make a custom view that includes any metadata you want and under file menu print HTML formatted that you can then copy paste or make a PDF directly!


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bryson jones
Re: Verbatim logger
on Oct 27, 2010 at 3:09:20 pm

Paul, are you asking to print all of the records in like a long listing, one after another?

Matt's post lays out the single item print and that's pretty powerful, but if you need to do the whole project as you suggest, it might be worth looking into a more automated output method, depending on the number of clips/records you have.


If so, there's not specifically a "bulk print" in the program, but you could do a couple of things.

1 - Make a custom view in the "views" preference that would then output as tab separated text, so you could drop it into excel or another program for styling and or printing. (this is good if you need to do a few records in a batch.

2 - Create an XML translation that would give you the text out of your records, either by manual export from client or automated by the Worker. This could then live on the web, or be printed, or brought into another database, if the person wanted to view or print it in another way. We've been working with this to generate auto updated reports to the web, as things are marked "completed", for instance.

If you have the worker, this can be automated, if you don't you can use a shell script with a drop folder to pick up the XML and publish it.

As in all things in the asset management world, it's a matter of how much do you need to do and how far do you want to go?

bryson

bryson "at" hidefcowboy.com

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