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Old September 9th, 2009, 05:06 PM   #1
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iPhone app - Cinemek 'Hitchcock'

Came across this today. I like the idea that you can take a photo on the iPhone then use it for a storyboard. But maybe it's just another useless phone app? See what you think:
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Hitchcock is the worlds first mobile story boarding application. With Hitchcock you can have your first story board up and running in a matter of minutes. Hitchcock streamlines the process of storyboarding by allowing you to compose storyboards using photos rather than the tedious hand drawing process. This allows professionals and students to portray their vision to others in a easily controllable and transportable format. Click below to learn more about what features Hitchcock has to offer and how it will assist you in bringing your ideas to life. For an indepth look, full featured video tutorials can be found below....
Hitchcock - Mobile storyboarding for your iphone
At 11.99 it's not cheap for an iPhone app, but if it works...

Anyone used it?
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Old September 9th, 2009, 07:29 PM   #2
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Maybe if enough people pony up 12, cinemek could hire a copyeditor.


I'm not sure about the usefulness of this app - pencils and paper and just the slightest bit of imagination have always sufficed for my previsualization needs. It's much easier for me to draw a shot than to set it up and take a picture of it, no matter how handy my iPhone is.
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Old September 10th, 2009, 01:00 PM   #3
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Maybe if enough people pony up 12, cinemek could hire a copyeditor.
Ha ha. Barbed but true.
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