Simplify your lighting equipment orders with TechScout Touch, Lighting Edition! “It’s like having your own Best Boy, even if you are one.”
TechScout Touch is designed for lighting professionals in the Movie, TV, Commercial, and Video production industry. The app helps you to create lighting rental orders intended to be submitted to rental houses or to studio set lighting departments. The latest version features a highly improved interface, advanced navigation, and over 3,000 lighting items. These items are arranged into over 100 categories and subcategories making your equipment list easy to read and simple to understand. Can’t remember what category an item is in? Just use the newly added search feature to display an editable list of the gear you are looking for.
Featuring a simple interface, you can easily include important job and production information along with pickup and delivery details. New in this version is the ability to duplicate an order, simplifying revisions and making it easy to create order templates. Power-Users will enjoy the ability to temporarily access accessories like stands and clamps while entering light-fixture selections. Within minutes, you will have created a professional, well organized equipment list ready to be emailed to anyone.
* Over 3000 professional lighting products included in over 100 categories
* Easily add new or custom equipment
* No typing of equipment names into order, just tap quantity
* Email orders to your Producer, DP, Gaffer, BestBoy, Rental House, and even yourself
* View a categorized, editable order before sending
* Refer back to a prior order for reference
* Add optional notes for each category or job
LiteGear Customer and Gaffer of the hit TV Show "Bones", Erik Messerschmidt, says "TechScout Touch has become an essential part of my toolbox. It’s ease of use makes it a valuable resource for everything from commercials to feature films".
This app is currently FREE. To help keep it that way, we reserve the right to do modest, lighting related advertising. Your feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Please contact us directly with thoughts, concerns, or thanks.
LiteGear’s TechScout Touch is from the creators of desktop software, OnSet Office. Now discontinued, OnSet Office had nearly 1000 licensed users worldwide, and is still beloved by some of our industry leaders. TechScout Touch now steps in to help you guys create lighting orders on the fly and in real time."
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