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Depthkit projects may start as simply as just a calibration and few recordings, but throughout the lifespan of the project, more and more elements can be introduced creating a complex map of files and folders. Without tracking each component that is incorporated into a final asset, it can be challenging to retroactively reproduce or make targeted changes to assets.
As the steward of a Depthkit project, use these organizational methods to stay organized and track various assets through the workflow.
<aside> ➕ Assets Generated: - Asset Management Document
As you prepare for your Depthkit project, create a document in the workspace of your choice to track all of the assets and processes of the workflow. This can take many forms, but we recommend a database solution like Airtable. You can view our example Airtable asset document here.
This will be the central source of all information relating to all of the assets in your project.
If you have a script or other production document, you may pre-populate parts of your asset management document by breaking down how you will capture and process each part of the project to save time on set and in post-production.