Workflow Control

Workflow Control

At each production stage, the amount of employees involved can go from a single person to very big work teams that rely on each other, and the amount of information handled in each process is susceptible to confusion, loss and even alteration.

For this reason, each process is segmented into data grids, which show the required information in just one click away keeping all the staff updated in real time. The average workflow involves the following stages:

  • Production Orders and material reception reports
  • Translation and Casting Management
  • Recording and Fixes Sessions
  • Subtitle Reports and Music and Effects creation
  • Quality Control Reports
  • Episodes Status

Each of these processes has been tuned, automated and organized in a way that each department can optimize its working time, locate and update the relevant information at first sight and can control the flow of information that reaches the dependent departments, thus achieving uniformity and order in the workflow. For example, as soon as the dubbing actor enters the studio, the operator can quickly filter all the episodes and characters to be recorded assigned to that actor, taking advantage of the recording session at 100% and avoiding having to quote the actor again to record some lines of an episode that was overlooked.

In the previous example, we are already optimizing the recording time in several hours in addition to leaving record of each process and the people involved in it, in this case, the actor, the operator, recording time, adjustment in assigned lines, etc. ., now imagine the time you will save by making use of all the features that we have included in Dubbing Desk ©.