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Creating a Production Job

To create a new production, place the documents to be produced in Public or Private Work Folder(s) under the Folder View of the Review screen. You will then reference the Work Folder(s) when you add a Production Job in the Production screen under Project Admin.

  • Open Project Admin from the Flyout Menu.

  • Choose Production and the Production Jobs window appears.

  • Select Add.

The Document Tab
  • The Add Production Job window opens to the Documents tab.

  • Enter a Job Name.

  • Select a Priority LevelNormal, High, Highest.

  • Enter the type of production – Public or Private.

  • Select the Work Folder(s) containing documents for production.

The Imaging Tab
  • Select the Imaging Tab next.

  • Images

    • None - Natives Only - If you are producing only Natives there will be no options to set.

    • Existing - For non-Native productions, choose Existing to show additional options for imaging.

  • Image Set - If there are multiple image sets, choose which you prefer; the default is Original.

  • Preserve Image Format for Existing - If a document in the image set already contains an image (i.e. bulk imaging or overlay), the production will not attempt to tiff/re-image it. The image that's already present will be used in the production."

  • Redactions

    • Burned In - default setting.

    • See Through.

    • None to produce without redactions.

  • Always Image Redacted Docs – always check this.

  • Include Annotations - selects any Highlights, Freehand Annotations, Text Annotations or Sticky Notes to be included.

  • Produce Document Image Files As The Image - When the document type is an image type (i.e., jpg/png/etc), then produce the native as the image, instead of reimaging the image. This is typically used to accelerate production speeds when it contains many high-resolution images. An exception to this will be when the document has redactions, then it will be imaged with the redactions.

  • Luminance cutoff - The luminance cutoff is used to determine if a document has color or not. The higher the value, the brighter the images in a file must appear to be before the file is treated as having color.

  • Color Settings - The remaining items determine format based upon color detection.

The Numbering Tab
  • Select the Numbering tab to designate Bates number formatting.

  • Choose your Sort Order. BEGDOC Asc (Begin Number - ascending) is the default.

  • Numbering: Select

    • New Sequence to begin a fresh production;

    • Next Number to continue an ongoing production; or

    • Use Existing Numbers to use the internal Begin Number values, regardless of whether or not sequential.

      • If it is a New Sequence, set up the Prefix and any Suffix (including any spacer character), Start Number and Number of Digits.

      • If it is not the first production, choose Next Number and from the Image Set dropdown, select the previous production.

        • In the Number(s) dropdown, choose the previous production’s number range which will set the next production number in sequence as the start for the new production. The settings from the previous production, such as prefix and number length, appear in the proper fields.


          If you change your sort order from Begin Number Ascending, there is the possibility of document families sorting out of order.

The Stamping Tab
  • Select the Stamping tab to set production image endorsements.

  • Formatting Options

  • Set Font options and settings if Multi-value/New lines are expected.

  • Stamping

  • Choose the location for the Production Number stamping or Bates Numbers to appear. The most common location is lower right corner.

  • Select if you want any Field information from the document record or free Text to appear in any of the locations.

    Example: a CONFIDENTIAL stamp on the lower left corner is common.

  • Excluded: Same as Included - Select this checkbox to replicate all stamping settings for the Included Documents to the Excluded Documents.


    Excluded Documents are defined in Conditions in the Slip Sheet tab.

  • The Excluded Documents tab offers the option of stamping a bates number, or other field information on the slip sheet for excluded files.

The Notifications Tab

Use the Notifications tab to select which Users and Teams should get notices regarding the completion of the production job.

The Slip Sheet Tab

The Slip Sheet tab controls what documents are considered Excluded Documents for the production. Excluded documents will receive a slip sheet as its produced image.

  • Text Location - Specify the location where the text will appear.

  • Template - Slip sheet information can be templatized and reused across productions within a project. Conditional rules, font type and other options can be saved within the Template. Users may choose to customize or select a template created in the Templates tab under Project Admin.

  • Conditions - Conditions set the rules for what documents are considered Excluded Documents for the production and will receive slip sheets as their image. Conditions can be designated based on work folders, saved searches, file extension, and privileged designation.

    • Text to Display - Slip sheets support including Fields and Tags inline with messages. Font information can be customized per slip sheet designation.

    • Variables - Slip sheets supports including Fields and Tags inline with messages. To include these select Add Variable.

      • Fields - Field information is shown with green-colored highlighting.

      • Tags - Tag information is shown with salmon-colored highlighting.

  • Order - Slip sheet priority order can be customized. The Failed to generate condition will always be the final condition.

Saving the Production Job

When all the settings are complete, choose Add to complete the job creation. You are returned to list of Production Jobs.


For next steps, see Running the Production Preprocessing Function and Running the Production Job.