Asset and shot production tracking

There are two panels to track the production of the shots and of the assets. From these tables, you can manage the status of all the assets and all the shots of the project, check their completion ratio, how much time was spent for each of them, check the estimation, and finally how late (or not) you are

More details about production tracking.


The production tables have three main areas: the toolbar on top contains a few useful menus and tools, the main table is where shots or assets are listed, and the dock shows the editors (on the right side of the main table by default).


On its left side, the toolbar displays a few menus and tools.

If the current user is at least a project adminstrator, the toolbar also displays an entry to let you quickly create new items (shots or assets) or remove selected items.


To sort rows, click on the sort button on the top left part of the column you want to use for sorting.


The Status menu is also availabe as a context menu with the [right click].

Main table

From the main table, you can have a look at all the status of all shots or assets, and a summary for steps on the column headers.

You can use the [Middle Click] to quickly scroll/pan in the table.

The progress bar in the step headers goes from red to green when the completion ratio raises.

The first column contains all the information about the shots or the assets (duration, tags, etc.).

For all cells, you can open the corresponding folder with the folder button, and if you have enough rights you can click the corresponding cell to edit the details on the side panel.

When changing the size of the rows, more details can be shown for each task, including a preview image.
The image is pulled from the _preview subfolder of the shot or the asset folder which you can open with the folder button on the top right corner of the cell. Ramses will get the first PNG or JPG correctly named image from the folder, or any other image if a correct one is not found.

Each cell contains information about a task (the combination of an asset or shot and a step).

The title of the cell shows the ID of the asset or shot, of the step, and of the current state. The current version of the working file is shown in parenthesis.

The button shows the status history of the task.

The progress bar can show multiple information.

Click on any cell to edit its details in a side panel:

All these settings can be set precisely by the Ramses Add-ons thanks to pipeline automations, and the resulting data can be used for production tracking and planning

More details about the pipeline.

More details about production tracking.

More details about planning.

The bottom part of the status editor shows the available working, published and preview files.

From these three lists, you can open any file by just double-clicking it. You can restore previous versions of working and published files, and the create from template button in the Work tab can create a new file from a step template (if any template has been published).

Files must respect the Ramses naming scheme and folders to be detected and listed here, but you don’t necessarily have to use the Ramses Add-ons, all files will be detected and handled by Ramses.


The Statistics button on the title bar of the application opens a summary of the progress of all steps and the whole project.

The top part shows the statistics for the whole project.

For each step, Ramses also compares the remaining work to the schedule, to warn you if you need to plan more days to complete the given step (or if there are extra days).

If you pull the row to make it bigger, you can get more details.


The Timeline button on the title bar of the application opens a timeline panel showing all the shots of the project.

From this timeline, you can reorder shots, open their folder, or edit their details by just clicking on the corresponding cell. The width of each row depends on the duration of the corresponding shot.

You can Use [Middle Click] to quickly scroll in the timeline, and you can use the slider on the left to zoom in and out. You can also control the zoom with [Ctrl] + [Middle Click] or with the [Mouse Wheel].

When selecting a shot on the timeline, it is also selected in the shot table, and vice versa.