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Ben ReadStoryboarding
by on Apr 6, 2005 at 1:48:40 am

I'm working on several projects simultaneously that are requiring a lot of production planning, and I'm looking to shave some time off of the process. Does anyone have a good source for storyboarding software that they've used? I've taken a look at a few packages and have been impressed with FrameForge 3D ( and PowerProduction's StoryBoard Artist ( but I've never used them. Any recommendations?

Best regards,

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Aanarav SareenRe: Storyboarding
by on Apr 6, 2005 at 3:46:21 am

Frameforge3d has a trial available. Download it and give it a shot.

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Thomas LeongRe: Storyboarding
by on Apr 6, 2005 at 8:14:00 am

Cheaper alternatives are -
1. Springboard retaining the pencil and paper style at US$30; and

2. Storyboard Tools at BP30

Apologies, haven't used them myself.

Thomas Leong

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Mark SuszkoRe: Storyboarding
by on Apr 6, 2005 at 4:42:17 pm

Cheaper still, earlier versions of Poser are free. As are many other 3d programs. Frame Forge looks great, mind you, but not everybody needs the boards so hyper-detailed.

A handy source for pre-made objects, both paid and free, for these kinds of programs is

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Jon ZanoneRe: Storyboarding
by on Apr 7, 2005 at 11:30:08 am

I still like my stick figures done in graphite. I give them to clients at the end of the show. "I didn't know a 2-year-old could produce a video like that"....


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Drew/Black DogRe: Storyboarding
by on Apr 18, 2005 at 9:44:01 pm

Try Power Point!! It's pretty robust. you can create your own layout and even make graphics and create presentations. Worth a look....

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