As a producer, you know more than anyone that once one project is finished, another one is likely waiting in the wings. To speed up your wrap process, you can now directly send your cast and crew info out of Wrapbook and into Endcrawl to create your project’s credits.
Once you onboard your workers in Wrapbook, with a click of a button, you’re leveraging a payroll solution to help with another aspect of production management.
And that’s something we can’t help but get excited about.
Before we get into the “how,” let’s quickly discuss the “why” you might love this feature.
Obviously, being able to export cast and crew info means you can now create your end credits with literally a click of a button. Not to mention, this export feature enables you to save contact info in other places - your desktop, your drive, heck, even a desk drawer. Keeping track of your most reliable crew members’ contact info is a quick win for staffing up last minute shoots.
But beyond a film crew list and project credits, this also means you can create call sheets, and even DOOD reports. With export features like these, if you’re a Wrapbook user, you now have increased functionality to increase productivity when wrapping, staffing, or running a project.
So now, how do you do it?
Once you’re inside a project, navigate to the “People” page on the left hand side of the screen.
From there, you can easily export your cast and crew list with just a click of a button.
Once you click “Export” on the right hand side, all of your workers’ fields will be mapped appropriately to the excel sheet.
From here, open up your Endcrawl account where it lets you directly import this sheet to create your credits with ease.
We’re increasing the functionality of our software to help our users do their jobs better. It’s that simple. This, and other recent export features, are here to make our users’ lives easier. If you have any questions or are interested in learning more, reach out to Success at any time.
At Wrapbook, we pride ourselves on providing outstanding free resources to producers and their crews, but this post is for informational purposes only as of the date above. The content on our website is not intended to provide and should not be relied on for legal, accounting, or tax advice. You should consult with your own legal, accounting, or tax advisors to determine how this general information may apply to your specific circumstances.
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