Viewing Multiple Episodes
Episodics: Traditional vs. Like a Feature
Season Data Transfer
The New and Improved Crew Tools
Register for SyncOnSet
Creating a Production and Initial Script Breakdown
Production Homepage Overview
Accessing My Productions
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
Managing Users and Permissions
Revising a Script
Lite Plan for Features
Scene Index Overview
Customizing the Scene Index
Adding/Updating Shoot Dates
Scene View Overview
Adding Characters to a Scene
Customizing the Inventory Index
Adding and Removing Inventory
The New and Improved Inventory
Tracking Assets in Continuity
Characters and Sets
Character Index Overview
Character View Overview
Principal Characters with Multiple Numbers
Adding and Removing Background
Adding and Removing Principal Characters
Linking and Merging Characters
Deleting a Character
Set Index Overview
Set View Overview
Changes and Looks
The New and Improved Changes and Looks
Building a Change
Adding and Removing Changes
Editing and Inserting Changes
Bag Tags/Change Labels
Building Looks for HMU
Adding and Removing Looks
Actor Index Overview
Creating Actors and Assigning Actors to Characters
Actor View Overview
The New and Improved Actors
Uploading and Tagging Photos
Sorting and Filtering the Gallery
Printing & Sharing Photos
Wrap, Continuity Book, and Reports
What's New in 5.2?
[Mobile] App Settings
[Mobile] Multi-Department View
[Mobile] Universal Search
[Mobile] Switching Productions and Multi-Episode View
[Mobile] Adding Notes
The New and Improved Mobile App
Mobile App Overview
[Mobile] Inventory Overview
[Mobile] Character Closets
[Mobile] The New and Improved Inventory
[Mobile] Managing Inventory
[Mobile] Adding and Removing Inventory
Characters + Sets
[Mobile] Character View Overview
[Mobile] Viewing Characters by Scene
[Mobile] Sets Overview
[Mobile] Viewing Sets by Scene
Changes & Looks
[Mobile] Adding/Removing Changes
[Mobile] Building A Change
[Mobile] Adding and Removing Looks
[Mobile] Building Looks for HMU
The New and Improved Changes and Looks for Mobile
Budgeting and Money Tracking
Creating an Amort Episode
Budgeting for Costume
Budgeting for Miscellaneous
Budgeting for Props
Budgeting for Set Dec
Budget and Money Tracking Best Practices
Scenes/Characters Missing After Breakdown
Unable to Sync
Bag Tag Printing Skips Labels
Login Issues on the Mobile App
Cannot Edit Production
Miscellaneous Groups Don’t Match
Login Issues on the Website
Reports Skipping Pages
Editing the Name of a Script Revision
Web Browser is Slow
Creating Assets by Exporting Inventory from SyncOnSet Crew Tools
Creating Assets Manually
Reconciling Single Transactions as Assets
Reconciling Journal Entries
Bulk Reconciling Transactions
Adding Photos to an Asset
Uploading Documents to an Asset
Choosing the Correct Disposition
Creating Storage Locations and Sub Locations
Franchises and Series
Exporting Asset Reports from SmartAccounting
Exporting Asset Reports from Global Vista
Exporting Asset Reports from PSL
Adding Project Users and Managing Permissions
User Permission Levels
Studios and Divisions
3/24/20 Release Notes
3/16/20 Release Notes
8/30/2019 Release Notes
Summer 2019 Release Notes
6/24/19 Release Notes
5/8/19 Release Notes
Minimum System Requirements
Crew Tools for Production Coordinators
Introduction to Crew Tools Continuity Web: Script Breakdown, Revisions, Linking and Deleting Characters
Advanced Crew Tools: Best Practices & Pro Tips
Crew Tools Continuity for Episodic Teams: Block Shooting & Cross-boarding, Characters, Actors, and Inventory
The Mobile App: Navigation, Uploading and Tagging Photos
Crew Tools Continuity Hair & Makeup
Crew Tools Continuity for Set Dec: Using the Mobile App
Budgeting & Money Tracking for Costumes
Budgeting & Money Tracking for Set Dec
Introduction to Asset Hub: Reconciling Assets
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Updated by Jennifer Sneider
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Selecting the correct Disposition for your Assets is vital to the accuracy and longevity of the data generated from your production and sent to the Studio. We've created this mini-guide to help you choose the correct Disposition as you reconcile your Transactions into Assets.
What is a Disposition?
In short, a Disposition is the designation you give to an Asset that describes what happened to it. This helps the Studio know where the Asset is and what happened to it, making tracking recoverable Assets a quick and easy process in the event of an audit, reshoots, or if your production is picked up for a new season or sequel.
Below are some common Dispositions you may come across, and a contextual example for each:
Approved Sale: The Asset was sold to a person or entity with approval from the Studio.
- Ex: A sweater was sold to an actor, typically at a discount, because they wanted to keep it.
Transfer: The Asset was transferred to another production, possibly to be used again.
- Ex: a lamp was purchased for the production and used on a set, and was later sent to a different production to be used again on their set.
Storage: The Asset was put in a box and sent to a warehouse for storage. This is typically the most common Disposition used.
- Ex: items from a character's change are put into a wrap box and sent to the Studio.
Approved Loan: The Asset is out on loan, possibly for an event, post-wrap.
- Ex: a superhero costume was sent to Comic Con for a media event.
Approved Donation: The Asset was donated to a person or entity with approval from the Studio.
- Ex: A hero prop that was donated to St. Jude Children's Hospital for a fundraiser. This Asset would typically have associated paperwork to go alongside it.
Loss & Damage: The Asset was lost, stolen, or damaged during production. For damaged items, the Asset is still recoverable but will need repair to restore it to its original condition.
- Ex: a phone that was dropped and the screen cracked. The phone is still functional, but will require a screen replacement.
Expendable/Consumed: An Asset that was designed to be used/expended and not recoverable.
- Ex: Gasoline or a specialty dye that is used to create an aged or distressed look.
Destroyed/Demo/Strike: The Asset was used during filming and is not recoverable.
- Ex: a vehicle was set on fire during a chase scene and was destroyed in the process.
Rental: The Asset was rented from a rental house and is (or will be) returned after picture-lock.
- Ex: Police outfits for background characters rented from Western Costume.
Returned: The Asset was purchased for the production but was returned back to the vendor because it was not used.
- Ex: a pair of heels that never made it on camera.
In Use: The Asset is still being used during production and is awaiting its final disposition. This disposition should never be used post-wrap.
- Ex: an iPad that was purchased for the production to be used to take continuity photos that will later be sold to a crew member or transferred to the Studio.
Other: If none of the above Dispositions fit with what happened to this Asset, Other can be used. Please contact our Support team before using Other as we may have another option for you to use.