StoryBoard Artist 5 adds flexibility to any production.
Digital storyboarding is made easy with StoryBoard Artist 5
One of the main reasons why digital storyboarding has taken off in the film community is because of it’s ability to work the way you want to work, instead of farming out that work to someone else. StoryBoard Artist 5 is well known, by professional filmmakers and beginners alike, for it’s amazing depths of versatility and it’s ability to allow you to go as deep into in the preproduction process as you’d like.
Just like the recent review of StoryBoard Artist 5 from Photography Bay says, when you have an application that allows for so many different experiences it allows for someone with a creative mind to exercise that while being analytical about your cinematic needs.
Take, for instance, some of the ways StoryBoard Artist can help you visualize your shoot.
With StoryBoard Artist’s flexible and customizable page layout and printing process, you can design a custom page with as many or as little frames and captions as your project needs per page. It allows you to have that hand-drawn sketch look or full-color photo realistic shots. With or without your script by it’s side, you can print out and hold your frames in your hand to show and share at anytime.
The animatic playback feature allows you to see your shots in motion. Wanna see what these cuts are going to look like together? No problem – simply hit a play button and watch it in action. This allows you to add or delete scenes before you shoot them and also increases the visual aspect of storytelling so you do more “showing” and less “telling”
Reorganizing your storyboards is a snap as well with the Overview Window. Grab, drag and release and your can see your film in an entirely different light. The Overview Window makes it easy to rearrange your shots for maximum impact in the final edit.
Speaking of the final edit, with StoryBoard Artist, once you are done, the Timeline serves as a pre-edit to help you in post production. It’s an exact blueprint of how you, as a director, can shoot and edit your piece together knowing how it’s going to turn out the entire way through.
These are just some of the flexible features which makes digital storyboarding the optimal way to merge your creative brain with the necessary planning of preproduction. Plus it’s faster and cheaper than it’s ever been before.
For more information on digital storyboarding and how StoryBoard Artist can help you with your next project, check out it’s product page or simply click the chat button on the PowerProduction Software website.