Dedicated Workflow – Storyboard Studio is strictly designed for storyboarding. This gives you all the tools you need to help you create scenes fast and efficiently.
Artistic Tools – Storyboard Studio offers eight realistic brushes, including a felt marker, a ballpoint pen, a pencil, a paint brush, a highlighter, a charcoal pencil, an air brush, and an eraser. These brushes are easy to use and ready to go. No need to mess around with settings. These brushes will suit any artist’s needs.
Layer Support – This allows you to create multiple layered scenes and keep the foreground and background elements separate. There is no restriction on how many layers you can have.
Cutouts – Storyboard Studio offers a variety of different posed people (actors) and directional arrows which you can place in your scene. This lets you bring your scenes to life quicker and easier. These cutout images are an excellent way for non-artists to capture the emotion and action of a scene without having to draw it out.
Image Importing – Along with cutouts, you can also add your own images from your gallery, your camera, or from the web (powered by Google Image Search and Inspire Stream).
Notes – You can attach text notes to each scene. These will be saved to your project and can be exported when you save your storyboard as an image.
Multiple Forms of Exporting – Whether you want to create a storyboard, a scene list, a horizontal strip, a vertical strip, or export all your scenes to Photoshop. Storyboard Studio gives you multiple options, allowing you to customize how you want your storyboard to look when you export your scenes as an image. These formats include JPEG, PNG, and PSD.
Slideshow – This mode lets you navigate through your scenes like a slideshow and is an excellent way to get a feeling of how the story plays out. It is also an excellent way to show your story to a colleague or friend.
Aspect Ratio – You can define what aspect ratio you want your frames to be in. There are five types: Standard (4:3), Standard HD (16:9), Theatrical (1.85:1), Theatrical Widescreen (2.39:1), and the device's screen size. This gives you the ability to see how your scenes will look on the big screen.
Clipboard – Cutout elements from a scene and save them to a clipboard for later use or to share between your projects.
- Export animations to AVI, FLV (Flash), MP4 (QuickTime), or WMV (Windows Media Player) formats
- Import frames from videos to trace over or to add throughout your project
- Unlimited layers
- Link layers or copy layers between frames, allowing you to preserve static layers and only animate what you need to animate
- Define the camera’s position, rotation or zoom, separate from the frame
- You can import pictures from your gallery, your camera, or from the clipboard
- Eight realistic, pressure-sensitive brushes
- A track bar to help you view all of the frames and layers of your animation
- Cut out elements from a scene and save them to a clipboard for later use or to share between your projects
The app allows you to put on the drawing canvas everything from simple predefined shapes such as rectangles, ellipses and lines to complex free-shaped figures that can be drawn by hand or created in spline editor. You can insert pictures to your drawings as well. It’s also possible to set any paper size, measure units, grid and snap settings for the page.
Application features include unlimited undo\redo, grouping and arranging of shapes, solid and gradients fills, various line dash patterns and so on.
Designed drawings can be saved on disk or exported to png, jpeg, pdf and svg formats.
Lite version which limits #strobes/modifiers (look up Zach Arias if you really think it's not enough or buy the Full version).
After adding a diagram, you can add devices by using the menu or long-pressing anywhere on the screen except an object.
You can bring up a context menu on an object by long-pressing it.
After you select an object, you can drag/move/resize it by dragging the control points up/down.
Fling (quickly swipe) the screen left to right to get to the other screens.
- pixelated graphics on high-res devices (especially when you resize...the graphics are not vector, they're bitmaps)
- not optimized on tablets yet (doesn't use fragments and graphics aren't high-res enough...will be in 2.0 if enough people buy the Full version)
- External Storage: for writing image to share
- Internet: sharing via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
- Gallery: for attaching BTS images to diagrams
Keywords: photography, strobe, flash, lighting, model, studio, diagram
This is an interactive DIP switch configuration app for RadioPopper's (http://www.radiopopper.com) JrX Studio wireless speedlight/strobe triggers.
Yes, it's overkill, but it's convenient and always with you if you have your Android phone so you don't have to go digging for the little reference cards they give you. Besides, it's cooler than a photo of the reference card ;-)