Storyboard Tools is for film-makers, directors & storyboard artists who want to storyboard a movie on a PC in a manageable way. ST stores all the images together as one file and prints the images in a format portable enough to be taken on set.
ScriptMaker 2.03 ScriptMaker helps you develop, write and maintain your screenplay and format it to professional standards. It encourages annotation, which is used to navigate the script either via a tree structure or "virtual index cards".
SLang 2.3.1 release 2 SLang helps you develop a story by breaking it down into "Events". You can tell SLang which event depend on which others by using "dependancy rules". SLang can use this information to order events or to analyse individual "threads" within your story.
Description: Storyboard Tools is an organisational tool, primarily of interest to film directors, storyboard artists and film-makers generally. Images from various sources may be used to build up an entire storyboard project on the computer screen which may then be printed in a form portable enough to be taken on set. Storyboard Tools stores text along with the images. Once a project is complete this text can be used to automatically generate tables of information which may used when filming.
In addition, a web page can be generated from the project at the click of a button. Storyboard Tools has its own drawing tool with specialised features for storyboarding. A "visualiser" program lets you view images in sequence, and play around with a number of editing effects including fades and dissolves.
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