The following conditions are relatively common with regards to tagging (and exclusion of these conditions in the software, a possible cause) :
Visually, this might look like this:
Ridiculous! But it helps to demonstrate the following issue. Using the above (absurb) script segment , lets say that the GREEN items are tagged as physical props and the BLUE items (scentence) represents a VFX sequence of shots. This means that:
GREEN (props) = FRUIT CART, ROCKET WINGS, THRUSTERS and BLUE (VFX) = "The FRUIT CART, sporting ROCKET WINGS, THRUSTERS and a glass canopy, shoots through space. Laser blasts explode behind."
So far, so good...Now lets export out a CSV. This is what I would expect:
|VFX||The FRUIT CART, sporting ROCKET WINGS, THRUSTERS and a glass canopy, shoots through space. Laser blasts explode behind.|
HOWEVER, this is where things gets DICEY because this is what I actually get:
|VFX||d a GLASS CANOPY, shoots through space. LASER BLASTS EXPLODE behind.|
|VFX||ROCKET WINGS, THRUSTERS and|
Deal breaker? No. But at 3:45 in the morning, I have little patience for cleaning up the mess
Additional information that may be of assistance (see my previous post "Tags are Crash-Tastic!").
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