Our user guides are an excellent way to learn about ftrack by following our step-by-step process on how to use each feature. Whether you’re new to ftrack or looking for in-depth documentation, our user guides have you covered.
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Walkthrough of ftrack’s user interface 2:17
We’ll guide you through each section in ftrack, covering My Tasks, Projects menu and page, the useful Sidebar, planning page, reports, functionality in the top menu bar and profile menu.
Getting started – How to create a new project in ftrack 2:34
Learn how to start a new project using default settings. We’ll guide you through to populate the project spreadsheet with sequence shots and tasks, also highlighting how to save time with the use of copy and paste features.
ftrack webinar – Get Started 35:10
In this webinar session you will learn about the fundamental features of ftrack. This includes setting up a project, adding users, making assignments and tracking time.
ftrack webinar – API & Integration 39:08
In this session you will learn about ftrack’s more advanced features. This will include how to get started using our powerful and robust API and how to set up basic integration with ftrack.
ftrack webinar – Smart Content Management 24:17
In this session you will learn more how ftrack’s Smart Content Management can help your company with performance, hybrid security, multi-site cache and control of your content.
Ready to work – Assigning tasks in ftrack 1:39
Learn how a producer or supervisor can assign tasks to artists or sequences of shots to groups of artists.
Teams and Groups – Structuring users in ftrack 4:02
We breakdown the difference between teams and groups and how they are set up.
Internal and Client Review in ftrack 3:51
Learn how to use the two review systems in ftrack; internal for in-house dailies and external for remote client work. Note, assets must be web playable first before you can review, check out the Publishing Web Playable Components in ftrack to learn how to do this.
Time log – time tracking in ftrack 2:27
We guide you through the two time tracking tools in ftrack, the time logger and the timesheet view.