Step 6 – Running the Script (Mac)

You’re at the final stage of your approvals process – woohoo! Now all that’s left is to run the Image Approvals Script which will automatically separate your stills into Killed, Approved and Approved Selects folders. Please note that this guide is for Mac. If your device is running Windows, please follow this guide instead. Checks! […]

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Step 1 – File naming and Folder Structures

Having proper file naming and folder structures in place makes it easy to find images, see key information at a glance and ensure you do not lose images. It also means if you are using our In-House option, that you will be able to run our Script that will automatically find and pull out all […]

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Step 6 – Running the Script

You’re at the final stage of your approvals process – woohoo! Now all that’s left is to run the Image Approvals Script which will automatically separate your stills into Killed, Approved and Approved Selects folders so that you don’t have to do this manually. Please note that this script is for use on laptops and […]

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Step 5 – Kill Reports

Now that the approvals are locked in, you’re going to want to download the kill reports so that you have paperwork documenting all the kills made. Open the menu and head to the Downloads page. From here you can generate contacts sheets as well as spreadsheet reports of various configurations including: All unkilled images All […]

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Step 4 – Tracking actors’ progress and closing access

Now that your actors are making their way through their stills approvals, you may want to see how they’re getting on from time to time. You can keep an eye on their progress in two different ways: Days marked as done: When viewing the list of shoot days/image folders, you can see which actors have […]

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Step 3 – Tagging Actors

Now you’ve uploaded your images, it’s time to tag the actors! You only need to tag the actors who appear in each image and who have approvals rights for this production. Log in to https://app.imageapprovals.com/ and select the production you want to work with. Click on a shoot day, and select the image you want […]

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Step 2 – Uploading Your Images

Now that your images are all neatly named and organised in a clear, single layer folder structure, you’re ready to upload them! Even though you may have multiple file types of each image, you only need to upload the low res JPG versions of them to the platform. You can either upload them all, or […]

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