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  • 1. starts in…
  • 2. storyboard for video production
  • 3. storyboard
    • what
    why how when
  • 4. wen87.img.photobucket.com Picture0001-1
  • 5. storyboard
    • what
    why how when
  • 6. what
    • Storyboard is a graphical visualization of shot sequence.
  • 7. what
    • Each panel of a storyboard depicts a scene: physical environment, set design, characters, etc.
    Leow Wee Kheng NUS
  • 8. what
    • Drawings can be simple schematic…
    Leow Wee Kheng NUS
  • 9. what
    • or complete with camera and lighting information.
    Leow Wee Kheng NUS
  • 10. what
    • Can use arrows to indicate object and camera motion.
    Leow Wee Kheng NUS
  • 11. what
    • Can also indicate camera shot size.
    Leow Wee Kheng NUS
  • 12. elements
    • Images
    • Transitions
    • Effects
    • Voiceover
    • Soundtrack
    www.teacher2.smithtown.k12.ny.us
  • 13. www xstudios.tv
  • 14. storyboard
    • what
    why how when
  • 15. why
    • Storyboard allows filmmaker to visualize and refine ideas.
    • Serve to communicate ideas to production team.
  • 16. why
    • Let production team start work early.
    • It's a link to preserve your ideas for use in the actual finished product.
  • 17. reminders
    • A presentation without a storyboard is like…
    • a cart without a horse .
  • 18. reminders
    • Storyboarding is an element to capture and refine ideas, not to create them.
  • 19. www.mde-art.com
  • 20. storyboard
    • what
    why how when
  • 21. when www.funanimation.net
    • developed by animation studios during the early 1930s
  • 22. (Bewitched) Ken1 Hash advertisement from www.bewitched.net
  • 23. - became popular in live-action film production during the early 1940s
  • 24. www. farm3.static.flickr.com 2093114795_acddd85803_o
  • 25. storyboard
    • what
    why how when
  • 26. how
    • With good old Pen & Paper
    • Or go high tech with digital storyboard
  • 27. templates
  • 28. how
    • With good old Pen & Paper
    • Can be simple…
  • 29. how
    • With good old Pen & Paper
    • or detailed…
  • 30. how
    • Or go digital…
    • With Impress, PowerPoint, Movie Maker, etc.
  • 31. how
    • Or go digital…
    • With Storyboard Pro, Storyboard Quick
  • 32.
    • Storyboard Pro
    www.dragon-analysis.com
  • 33. sources
    • Articles
    • Al Fichera from www. losrios.edu
    • Leow Wee Kheng from www.comp.nus.edu.sg
    • www.atomiclearning.com/storyboardpro
    • www.animationmeat.com
    • www.videomaker.com
    • Templates
    • www.schoolhousevideo.org
    • http://animation.filmtv.ucla.edu
    • www2.csd.org
    • http://storycenter.org
    • Pictures
    • http://digital-scrapbook-art.com
    • http://wen87.img.photobucket.com
    • www.teacher2.smithtown.k12.ny.us
    • www xstudios.tv
    • http://funanimation.net
    • www.farm3.static.flickr.com
    • http://dragon-analysis.com
    • www.mde-art.com
  • 34. Storyboard for video production
    • cha arante
    cux calaguas chriz licud ren guray Brought to you by edtech 205 prof. leny que feb. 13, 2009