HTML Export For Simple Sharing
When it comes to storyboards, while it’s great for directors to be able to create a great-looking visual shortlist, you are likely going to want to share those shots with your crew and cast so they can get inside the creative mind. With powerful software like StoryBoard Quick, sharing your vision is easy and just one of the simple ways to do that is by exporting your storyboards to HTML.
When you export your storyboards to HTML, all you need to do is drag and drop a page into your favorite browser to check them out. With StoryBoard Quick you have two options when it comes to HTML export: webpage or website.
When you opt to export your boards as a webpage, SBQ kicks out a single page with all your storyboards lined up on the far left side and any captions that accompany them will be placed immediately to the frame’s right. This is single page access to every shot as all you need to do is scroll to view shot after shot. Incredibly fast, export to webpage gives your crew the vision in bulk and let’s you quickly get an overview of the entire project.
If you are looking for a little more presentation, select export to a website. The website option highlites each individual frame, centering the larger storyboard in the center of a black background. The code includes navigation links so you can cycle through the entire project one by one and jump forward and backwards. If you are looking for a little more impact for your storyboards, or are telling a story that requires more caption space, this option will be perfect for sharing.
The next time you are looking to share some cinematic ideas and you’ve created storyboards to showcase your shots, export to HTML and upload them to a server or ship them off in an email for all to see.
For great-looking, easy-to-create storyboards to help you on your next project, use the powerful features of StoryBoard Quick!