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ShotList- Movie Shoot Planning

By Soluble

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ShotList brings an editable production stripboard to your mobile device, to help plan every scene of a shoot. It also helps track your progress, shot-by-shot, on the day.

Developed in co-operation with an award-winning video production company, Shotlist places an essential tool in the hands of anyone putting together a scripted movie or video shoot.

ShotList stores the details, locations and notes for each scene and shot, in an easily viewable and editable form. Use it to break down a script and plan out a multi-day shoot in advance – it will always be with you whenever you need to make an urgent change.

"A top-notch organizational app for filmmakers."-

"Don't let the simple interface give you the wrong idea. ShotList includes just about any feature you would need"-

"A wonderful alternative to an overflowing binder." This_And_That, US

"A great way to organize your shoot and keep your crew on the same page" Carol Radford, US

• Add, edit, delete or re-order your scenes across multiple shooting days, right from your mobile device.
• Ensure you don't miss a vital scene or shot, by tracking progress as you go.
• Store notes for each scene, including hotlinks for instant dial-up of critical phone numbers and web addresses (such as location contacts, weather reports, or tide timetables).
• Store up to 52 shots per scene, with storyboard images, notes, shot type, angle, movement, camera and status.
• Keep your team informed of changes, by emailing them a detailed PDF or online schedule directly from the app.
• Backup your work, or exchange updates with other ShotList users on your team, using Dropbox.
• Export and Import data as .xls, to edit with a desktop spreadsheet app.
• Print everything directly to an AirPrint-compatible printer.

To discover all the tips and tricks and get the most from this app, please view the User Guide at

The development of ShotList was part-financed by Northern Film & Media.

What's New in Version 8.1

Compatible with iOS10

New in 8.0:
More shots per scene (52)
Tweaks and fixes
Updated for latest iOS APIs


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Customer Reviews

Useful and fast

This software keeps you organized when planning and executing shots. I use it even to "think out loud" how I would film something. I like it better than most other phone based tools because it's easy and fast to use (it even includes shot mock ups) without compromising the essentials - you can print and email your work for collaboration. Awesome!

Absolutely epic - great for the novice

Started making review videos because I was trying to film the stupid SRAM rear derailleur on my new mountain bike, and then ran into issues with a cheap action camera compared to a GoPro I just got at the same time. Then it became a review video of those, then a DJI Osmo Mobile, and now other stuff.

Point is, I'm a software engineer and a musician with no idea how to arrange thoughts outside of notes. I just wanted something I could pictures with and have stock, simple images to arrange shots and bundle scenes for various locations.

This does that. And if you have zero idea how to number your scenes or think the example looks great but can't figure out the shorthand terminology, don't worry: it guides you. Seriously.

Just make a new one, and then touch each entry and you'll be able to scroll for selections. Those cool stock pictures are also available once you select a framing for the shot. And you can add doodles for the storyboard too. The only things I've had to really think about was scene and camera numbering. It will build a usable collection of entries for your slate automatically if you like once you enter basic stuff from what was scrolled. I tend to think of cameras by make and model (years of experience with more specific information needed in other professions) so keeping them mapped to numbers is something I was getting used to already.

Much easier to get information out of the you had rolling around in your head to others and be consistent. Big help with media management using the generated naming convention.

ShotList- Movie Shoot Planning
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $9.99
  • Category: Photo & Video
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  • Version: 8.1
  • Size: 14.8 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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