Setting Up Default Schedules

When you first set up your Harmony system, it is a good idea to set up a default batch processing schedule. You can modify this schedule later based on the operating needs of your studio.

If you have not created any environments, there will not be any environments for you to start up.

You must start up a default schedule for every environment you create in the Harmony database.

NOTE: Maintaining a limited number of environments will make it easier to set up and manage batch processing queues. For example, you can create four environments, like test, commercials, and one environment per features or series.