Need help on character placement in script

#6

I’m there now

#7

Alright, do you see the button “Preview.” Make sure to have your background ready and some characters ready. :slight_smile:

#8

Yes, Im ready

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#9

If you are new to adding backgrounds, characters, etc. I’ll see if I can help you.

#10

First, add your background by typing it out. Make sure to use capitals like this “INT. BACKGROUND.”

#11

Check out this on Spot directing:

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#12

After that, place your characters using Spot Directing. If you click on Preview and look onto the side and see a button that says “Navigation”, click on it and find “Spot Directing.” But, first…place your character in a spot like a random number and then you’ll be able to move it around once you accessed Spot Directing. I recommend using this.

INT. BACKGROUND

@CHARACTER spot 0.300 300 300

#13

If you want your character to be in a specific zone and want it to be in that zone when the scene begins. Use this as a command…

@cut to zone #

#14

@natashadavis I’d recommend watching Joseph Evans’ tutorials as a way to get started directing on Episode and I’d also recommend that you read the guides-it will be super helpful.

Also, I’m curious, are you writing in ink, limelight or classic?

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#15

I recommend listening to Jen, she is really good at this stuff. I will sound too confusing. :laughing:

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#16

Thank you! I will finish working on this in the morning. This coding is making my head spin.

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#17

I’m writing in Ink since it looked simple to do

#18

No worries, hey. I was like you when starting this stuff. Like Jen said, you could read the forums itself or watch Joseph Evans’ tutorials.

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#19

Nice choice, INK is a great style to start. Don’t worry about starting today, you have tomorrow! :slight_smile:

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#20

@EllieThatWriter I have 3 different story ideas, I just have to make it through the 1st story before I start the 2nd one. I already have characters. The last one I had its super complex and probably make me use lots of overlays since it’s about witches and the supernatural

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#21

Alright. :+1: I get it, I created a story that was really complicated and I gave up on it. But, with enough practice. You’ll learn! :slight_smile:

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#22

Don’t ever give up! :slight_smile: That’s what Episode Forums is for! To help people!

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#23

OMG I LOVE stories that have WITCHES in them :heart_eyes::heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

Good luck with that :wink:

#24

Me too and noticed that Episode don’t have many of those

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