Create a playlist
You can find the Playlists page on the drop-down menu.
The playlist page is separated into two parts:
- (1) The playlist list where you can create a playlist or load an existing one.
- (2) The last created playlists and the last modified playlists
Start by creating a Playlist , Your default name is the date and the hour. You can change it immediately. You can choose if the playlist will be shared with the studio or the client and if it's a shot or asset playlist.
Once the playlist created, via the search/filter bar, you can select which shots to add to your playlist.
You can also choose to add whole movie, and it will add all the shots of the movie.
You can select Daily pending, which will add all the WFA tasks of the day.
Otherwise, you can Add the whole sequence if you want to focus only on a particular sequence.
You can use the same filter than on the global shot/asset page. For example, you can select all the WFA short for the animation stage. You have to type animation=wfa in the search bar. Valid your selection with the Add selection button. Kitsu will select the shots that have the WFA status at the Animation stage, but Kitsu will automatically load the latest uploaded version.
The shots appear on the top part of the screen. Every change are automatically saved.
Validate with a playlist
Once you have created a playlist; you have several options:
1/ Navigate from element to element
2/ you can see the position of the selected element compare to the total number of elements
3/ Play or Pause
4/ You can change the speed, full speed (x1), half of the speed (x0.50), or a quarter of the speed (x0.25)
5/ Loop on one element
6/ TC of the element compared to the TC of the whole playlist
7/number of frame
8/ Navigate frame per frame on the preview. You can also do it with the arrow on the Keyboard.
9/ Compare tool
10/ Undo and Redo option for the drawing comment
11/ Text and drawing option, and delete selection
12/change the task type of all the elements of the playlist
13/ Display the comment section
14/ Hide the elements of the playlist
15/ Download the playlist as a Zip files with all the separated elements, or Build .mp4 to create the whole movie (only for shots)
For each playlisted shot/asset, you can choose the task and the version you want to see.
You can also play side by side two tasks of a shot.
Click on the Compare button and choose the second task type.
The primary purpose of the playlist is to help you with the review of the shots and assets.
You can comment on the shots directly from the preview.
Click on the comment button.
You now have access to the right panel, with all the history of the comments and status.
You can see the drawing comment on the video (the red dot below the timeline).
You can draw or type on the video (same than Perform a review), with the draw button