Common to the documentary, commercial, and marketing industries, this format splits your script content in two distinct columns, one for video/visual descriptions and another for audio and dialogue. The idea here is that by dividing the two on the page, you can carefully blueprint a shooting script where visual and audio cues are precisely paired.
The Two-Column AV script leans heavily on the use of the shot element. This kind of scriptwriting is less about describing the action of a scene and more about describing exactly how it should be filmed. To make this easier, the Two-Column AV script allows you to create multiple distinct shot fields within a single scene, and automatically provides a audio & dialogue field for each shot you write.
Like any Celtx script, the Two-Column AV project is fully collaborative and includes all the corresponding production documents you’ll need to execute your shoot, from script breakdowns all the way to call sheets. It provides an easy, efficient, and effective solution for professional video applications.