See Celtx's Schedule feature in action
How it works
The Celtx Schedule helps you by automatting the data entry of the stripboard so that you can get the most out of your shooting days.
Auto-Populate Your Stripboard
Celtx automates data entry of your stripboard with information from your script; minimizing errors and saving you time during pre-production planning.
Arrange Your Shooting Schedule
You can drag and drop strips and easily arrange, add, edit, or remove a scene from your stripboard.
Sync with Other Pre-Production Tools
Each scene strip in your stripboard is connected to other pre-production tools in Celtx, like the catalog. Minimize mistakes and data entry errors for one version of the truth.
Create a Shooting Schedule
Add an End of Day strip to your stripboard after the last scheduled shoot for the day to demarcate the end of the shoot and to create a shoot day.
Add Shoot Days to Your Calendar
As you create shoot days, they will be automatically added to your calendar. Pick a start date for production, and manage scheduling conflicts.
Prepare Cast and Crew
The stripboard keeps everyone on the same page noting the scene, set, time, location, and characters required so that the cast and crew know how to prepare for the shooting day.
Get Insights Into Your Shooting Schedule
Schedule Insights provides an analysis of how many scenes are left to be scheduled as well as the cumulative time that has been scheduled.
Tools for every stage of production
The Celtx studio guides you every step of the way with integrated tools and features.
For film & TV, and theater.
Keep your scripts organized.
Write to industry standards.
Visualize your story structure.
Bring your script to life.
Set goals and stay motivated.
Easily tag script assets.
Organize every element in your script.
Plan out every shot.
Automatically create a stripboard from your script.
Track their every detail.
Easily generate and distribute to cast and crew.
Track expenses and prevent overruns.
Dynamically generated and updated.
Get a snapshot of your shoot.