How to adjust scene settings on the script page?

How to adjust scene settings on the script page?

On the script page - you will see the scene settings.
  1. Auto highlight keywords - The option can be turned off if you wish to manually highlight your keywords.
If this is selected, AI will pick the keywords for you from your script.
  1. Auto visuals selection - The option is used if you do not wish AI to pick visuals for you based on your keywords.
  1. Create new scenes either using sentence breaks or Line breaks - You can select either on of it or both.
Click proceed when you are finished either pasting or typing your own script to continue to the next step. 

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