The production schedule differs from the script in that it is about listing the settings and scenes effectively and with intention. In this way, a frequent change of location can take place in the script. However, the shooting should be planned in such a way that all scenes at one location are filmed in one go.
But not only the location, also time of day or the daylight should be considered. This is especially true for nocturnal scenes. The lighting conditions cannot be more different depending on the time of day. Depending on when the scene should be filmed at a certain location, the sequence has to be observed and adjusted accordingly.
The production schedule determines the order of shooting scenes and provides a precise and realistic schedule (always include setup and dismantling!).
It also lists when and where props are being used.