Hi there! If you’re reading this, you’ve just booked script coverage from us (or are considering it).
Thanks for choosing Industrial Scripts. You’ll find a foolproof guide to submitting scripts to us below (it’s very easy and simple, trust us!), and the images below also illustrate the 2 quick steps you need to take to finalise your booking.
PLEASE NOTE: the onus rests firmly with the client to complete the steps below correctly. Until all steps have been completed no work is actioned. The steps are not complicated, but they are essential and Industrial Scripts cannot be held responsible for any delays that may result from client failure to read or complete this booking process properly. Thank you!
How to Submit Your Script >>
1. Pay in Full
You’ve probably done this already but if you haven’t, book your feedback service using the individual payment links. You can pay using any debit or credit card, or PayPal. You will receive a purchase receipt email once payment has gone through. Note: if you do not receive this purchase receipt directly within 20 minutes of completing the checkout process then your transaction may not have been successful and you must repeat the process or contact your credit card provider, or PayPal. Be sure, if your script is longer than industry norms, to also pay the additional fees required for extra pages. Visit this page if your script is a long ‘un.
2. Head on over to DEVKING
DevKing is our platform through which we accept script submissions.
After purchase, our system will have automatically generated a profile for you on DevKing. Firstly check your email (incl junk mail): you will have received emails with the following subject lines…
- “Finalise Your Booking Now”
- “[DevKing by Industrial Scripts] Login Details”
These are the two vital emails. If you didn’t get them for whatever reason, don’t worry, you can still log in and upload your script simply by doing a password reset.
Next, click the link in the email shown below to create your log in password.
TIP 1: didn’t get the Login Details email shown above? Doesn’t matter. Just hit the password reset button shown below and then run a search in your email for mails from no reply@ industrial scripts.com
TIP 2: did you know? DevKing uses caching technology to ensure it’s lightening fast. However, this can occasionally cause minor issues. DevKing works best in a private/incognito browser.
The main DevKing page then looks like this:
Next either Log In or hit the Password Reset button:
Note: all DevKing emails are sent from the email noreply@ industrial scripts.com
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be taken to the main scripts dashboard.
Here, you can choose to Add New Script, as illustrated below.
You’ll then be asked whether you want to submit a brand new script to us, or a new draft of one we’ve assessed previously.
If you select the option to Resubmit an Existing Script, then the form will be auto-populated with previous data from the last time you submitted the script.
For new scripts, simply whizz through the logging process ensuring all data is entered 100% accurately.
Be aware that if the system is not allowing you to register a script this almost certainly means a human error at your end: this might involve trying to type a logline that’s too long for the system, not filling in a required part of the form, etc.
Warning: When Logging Scripts Please Do Not Complete the Form Twice. This causes absolute chaos in the system!
What if you’ve booked a script editing (SE) day and wish to arrange the details?
If you’ve booked a script editing Skype day, simply look out for an email called “choose your script editing date”.
Then follow the instructions in that email, after logging your script in DevKing, and you’ll be all set.
Please note: projects that haven’t been submitted by their owners to DevKing do not get actioned. We repeat: if you haven’t logged your work over on DevKing then the script will not be dealt with, irrespective of whether you’ve paid, or you’ve exchanged tweets with IS, or whether you are in fact Alfred Hitchock reincarnate!
This stage is vital.
Questions? Need help?
Head on over to our knowledgebase, here.
Best Wishes and thanks again for using Industrial Scripts development services!