Digital story board

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A digital storyboard is a digitally created set of images used in film production.


A digital storyboard is created in a similar way to one drawn on paper. The storyboard artist draws on a graphics tablet using a program such as Photoshop or the Toon Boom Animation products Toon Boom Storyboard Pro or Toon Boom Storyboard.

Digital animatic[edit]

When voice samples and the sound track are available, it is possible to create a digital animatic by exporting all the samples together and playing them on QuickTime after synchronising them, or by making a different animatic using the software already used to create the storyboard.

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