Batch Action

Create assets from a csv spreadsheet file

You may have already your asset list ready in a spreadsheet file. With Kitsu you have 2 ways to import them, the first is to import a .csv file directly, the second is to copy paste your data directly into Kitsu.

First save your spreadsheet as a .csv file.

Then, go back to the asset page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon. Import Icon

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on Browse to pick your .csv file.

Import csv file

To see the result, click on the Preview button.

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your assets imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Create assets with copy/paste a spreadsheet file

Open you spreadsheet, select your data and copy them.

Import copy data

Then, go back to the asset page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon Import Icon.

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on the Paste a CSV data tab.

Import data copy paste tab

There you can paste your previously selected data, and see the result with the Preview button.

Import data copy paste data

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your assets imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Update assets with the CSV import

You can use the CSV import to update quickly your data.

You need to switch on the option Update existing data. Then the lines that will be updated will be highlighted in blue.

Import data copy paste data

Update assets with copy/paste a spreadsheet file

Open you spreadsheet, select your data and copy them.

Import copy data

Then, go back to the asset page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon Import Icon.

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on the Paste a CSV data tab.

Import data copy paste tab

There you can paste your previously selected data, and see the result with the Preview button.

Import data copy paste data

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

You need to switch on the option Update existing data. Then the lines that will be updated will be highlighted in blue.

Import data copy paste data

Now, you have all your assets imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Create shots from a csv spreadsheet file

You may have already your shots list ready in a spreadsheet file. With Kitsu you have 2 ways to import them, the first is to import a .csv file directly, the second is to copy paste your data directly into Kitsu.

First save your spreadsheet as a .csv file.

Then, go back to the shot page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon. Import Icon

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on Browse to pick your .csv file.

Import csv file

To see the result, click on the Preview button.

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your shots imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Create shots with copy/paste a spreadsheet file

Open you spreadsheet, select your data and copy them.

Import copy data

Then, go back to the shot page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon Import Icon.

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on the Paste a CSV data tab.

Import data copy paste tab

There you can paste your previously selected data, and see the result with the Preview button.

Import data copy paste data

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your shots imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Update Shots information with CSV Import

You can use the CSV Import to update your data as the NB Frames, Frame IN, Frame Out or any Custom Column

Open you spreadsheet, select your data and copy them.

Import copy data

Then, go back to the shot page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon Import Icon.

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on the Paste a CSV data tab.

Import data copy paste tab

There you can paste your previously selected data, and see the result with the Preview button.

Import data copy paste data

You need to switch on the Option : Update existing data. the updated shots will be in blue

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your shots imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Create a breakdown list from a CSV file

You may have already your breakdown list ready in a spreadsheet file. With Kitsu you have 2 ways to import it, the first is to import a .csv file directly, the second is to copy paste your data directly into Kitsu.

First save your spreadsheet as a .csv file following Kitsu's recommandation.

Click on the import button Import button

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on Browse to pick your .csv file.

Breakdown import csv file

To see the result, click on the Preview button.

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Breakdown import Preview

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have your breakdown imported into Kitsu.

Breakdown import Preview

Create a breakdown list with copy/paste a spreadsheet file

Open you spreadsheet, select your data and copy them.

Import copy data

Then, go back to the breakdown page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon Import Icon.

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on the Paste a CSV data tab.

Import data copy paste tab

There you can paste your previously selected data, and see the result with the Preview button.

Import data copy paste data

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Episode column is only mandatory for a TV Show production.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your assets imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Add employees from a csv spreadsheet file

You may have already your employee list ready in a spreadsheet file. With Kitsu you have 2 ways to import them, the first is to import a .csv file directly, the second is to copy paste your data directly into Kitsu.

First save your spreadsheet as a .csv file.

Then, go back to the people page on Kitsu, and click on the Import icon. Import Icon

A pop-up window Import data from a CSV opens, click on Browse to pick your .csv file.

Import csv file

To see the result, click on the Preview button.

You can check and adjust the name of the columns with the preview of your data.

NB: the Role column is not mandatory.

Import data copy paste data

Once everything is good, click on the Confirm button, to import your data into Kitsu.

Now, you have all your people imported into Kitsu.

Import data copy paste data

Add batch of thumbnails (and previews)

You can use the Add Thumbnails button Add thumbnails button on the global page to massively import thumbnails.

History

A new pop-up opens and asks you to choose which task types the thumbnails are linked.

Thumbnails batch import accept images files and video files.

For the video files, only the first frame is used as the thumbnail.

You have to name your thumbnails as sequence_shot.