Packt is pleased to announce its new title, Instant Adobe Story Starter. The book makes it easy for anybody to create a well-rounded script, and gives the power to develop an entire project from start to finish. Written by Christopher Tilford, the book helps readers to harness the different types of script templates available, alongside the wide array of other features that Adobe Story provides to bolster creativity.
The book is a short and focused guide that will enable readers learn new things about Adobe Story in an Instant. It will show them how to create a variety of industry-standard scripts, and develop and implement highly professional storyboards. Readers will also discover how to create, categorize and manage multiple projects and reviewers.
Instant Adobe Story Starter teaches lay-out customization as per readers' preferences. It explains how individual scene properties can be edited for maximum efficiency. Readers can track changes during creative process, without losing access to original content and can tag objects and characters for quick references. Breakdown reports can be created for an easy review of scripts.
In this book, script formatting is explained thoroughly alongside some shortcuts and new ways to enhance work with Adobe Story. Readers will discover that the script-writing process is more accessible to even the newest, inexperienced writer. This is a concise yet straight-forward book, introducing elements used in all industry-standard scripts, as well as other features geared towards streamlining the pre-production process.
This book is useful for anyone, who has always wanted to write scripts for a variety of different creative mediums like film and television, but were unsure of what the industry is looking for when it comes to formatting requirements. The book is out now and available from Packt in eBook format. Please visit the Packt book-page to read more about the book.
|Instant Adobe Story Starter|
|Develop professional scripts, ready for production
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