Maybe I'm just a human goldfish, but I usually get this feeling when I look back on what I've written after a day or two lol.Whenever I've finished writing, I close the word document and don't look at it again for a couple of months. I do this because whenever I come back to the scripts, I never remember what I've wrote so I feel like I get the same experience as a fan does watching a video.
At the moment we are making videos as fast as I can write them, but I'm hoping to churn out some material and get ahead of the game, so to speak.
Usually I'll take some general, unformatted notes as I brainstorm for upcoming episodes.
Then I'll start assembling the ideas in the traditional screenplay format in a .txt file. (Basic scene and character descriptions, dialog, and occasional thoughts on specific camera angles or set design options).
As I make major additions and revisions, I'll save a new file with a higher 'version' number.
We then use the script as a 'shooting script' while we film the episode. Sometimes we adlib, or change sections of dialog during filming, audio recording, or during editing.
Once the video is live, I upload the script in the videos subtitle editor which syncs it with the dialog, and I go through the video, fixing subtitles formatting, updating any adlibs etc. and making sure everything matches up correctly.