Story Planner Pro 3.1
- Easy to use, layers and camera moves can be animated, timeline-based editing and transitions, SWF and QuickTime animatic export, audio clip and image file-import facility.
- Limited file import and export options compared to competition, limited content-creation and editing tools.
This is meant to be a quick production tool, but it could do with a better set of content-creation tools. On the other hand, Story Planner Pro’s animatic pipeline is straightforward and makes digital storyboarding a simple task. The closest rival is Toon Boom’s Storyboard Pro, which has superior import and export support and more advanced vector-editing tools, but is also more expensive at US$899.99.
Price$ 495.00 (AUD)
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