The Atomic Learning Library today announced the release of a free “Basic Edition” of its
Video Storyboard software.
Created by Apple Distinguished Educator Bill Bierden, Video Storyboard has been developed as a planning tool for creating video projects. It’s aimed at teachers, students and home movie makers. Enter shot titles and descriptions, complete with planned lengths and edited order Indicate shot types: video, still, audio, music, or titles Enter film tips for your camera person when videotaping the shot, and editing tips to be used when editing in iMovie or Final Cut Pro or Premier, etc. Import existing video clips, still pictures, and sounds to better illustrate each shot Create, save, and import templates for video projects Print copies of your storyboard for use while filming or editing Print blank storyboard worksheets for brainstorming new ideas
The Basic Edition of Video Storyboard works natively under Mac OS 9 and in the Classic environment of Mac OS X.
Atomic Learning Library also offers thousands of narrated QuickTime movie-based tutorials; the service is offered for a US$49.99 subscription fee. (Site licensing rates are available.) The site also offers some free tutorial series focused on iPhoto, iMovie and OS X.