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From Script to Screen with the Screenwriter add-on

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tintwotin writes:

Setting up and writing a correctly formatted screenplay in the Screenwriter add-on using fountain screenplay formatting and export to ex. pdf, Final Draft or fountain:

Writing in Screenwriter:

Assigning 3d objects to words in the script and generate scenes populated with all of the assigned elements and with timed dialogue:

Another example of the Script to Screen process:

Assets: Scene by SAP AppHaus.

Download the add-on(by tintwotin & tonton) here.

3 Comments

  1. Youtube videos which play music and make you squint to try and guess what someone is doing are a waste of time. People don't have time to try and decode every cryptic post paraded before them. If it is important enough to post then it is important enough to record a few minutes of speech to take us through it.

  2. Very cool and original idea for a Blender add-on! Could be a nice tool for storyboards, I'll definitely check it out.

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