Shot Manager is developed and actively tested on Windows 10. Community users reported successful usage on Linux platform.
The currently supported Blender versions are 3.1, 3.0 and 2.93 LTS.
Open the latest release page from the Shot Manager Gihub and download the zip file listed in Assets that has the package icon: .
In very specific cases you may want to give a try to a pre-release or experimental build. Get more information about those versions here: Pre-Releases and Experimental
Install of Shot Manager
Shot Manager needs to download some external Python dependencies in order to be fully functional. Hence, when launching the installation of this add-on, be sure to match these conditions:
Run Blender with elevated privileges (or in Administrator mode)
Be connected to the internet
Be sure the firewall is not blocking the requests (use OpenVPN or equivalent if needed)
Launch Blender, open the Preferences panel and go to the Add-ons section. Press the Install button located at the top of the panel. A dialog box opens, pick the Shot Manager zip file you previously downloaded and validate. The add-on will be installed. Click on the checkbox at the left side of its name to enable it.
Once the addon is enabled, a Shot Manager tab is displayed in the 3D viewport N-Panel.
Close Blender and restart it in normal mode.
Install of complementary add-ons
Since Shot Manager 2.0 there is no need to install the aditional add-ons that where required with the previous versions.
Indeed Ubisoft Stamp Info has been integrated directly into Shot Manager, and Video Tracks will follow the same path in a near future.