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A rough, pictorial outline of the different scenes, camera angles, or perspectives in a movie or interactive sequence, such as a video game.

sto′ry·board′ v.
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(Film) (in films, television, advertising, etc) a series of sketches or photographs showing the sequence of shots or images planned for a film
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(ˈstɔr iˌbɔrd, ˈstoʊr iˌboʊrd)

a panel or series of panels with sketches depicting changes of action and scene, as for a motion picture or a television show.
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[ˈstɔːrɪˌbɔːd] (Cine)
A. Nstory board m, desarrollo m secuencial en viñetas
B. VThacer el story board de, hacer el desarrollo secuencial en viñetas de
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Users can produce SCORM compliant, HTML content from their storyboards.
Those archives - a real treasure trove of puppets, models, props, costumes, storyboards and scripts - should provide a real insight into how some of the most iconic children's film and TV of the last four decades were made right here in Manchester.
Storyboarding: Turning Script to Motion uses a blend of text and an accompanying DVD to show how storyboards work in the film and script department, offering a range of techniques for analyzing scripts and turning them into storyboards that support film, videos, motion graphics and learning.
That extra time that you spent in animated storyboards, would simplify the rest of the process.
However, Suzuki stated that Miyazaki has only drawn 20 minutes of storyboards so far.
* Storyboard depot: Storyboards for elearning: resources/storyboard-depot/
PBS STUDENTS by PBS LearningMedia is an app designed to help learners access educational content and create storyboards to share their ideas.
As promotions director and writer for the the children's channel, David, 33, who grew up in Nunthorpe and Marton, started off by introducing youngsters to the concept of storyboards.
Cushman & Wakefield represented Animated Storyboards, an animation company, in a relocation and expansion at 1001 Avenue of the Americas.
This article explicitly reports some findings of an action-research that focused on the use of storyboards as a type of post-reading activity involving visual representations in which the students were able to rediscover what they read by doing (working on hands-on activities) and seeing (using visual representations or pictures).