The storyboard editor contains 6 main elements:
1. Script editor
This is where you write the script or story for your video and divide it into sections - we call these sections blocks. To create a new slide in the same block, hit Enter once, to create a new block, hit Enter twice.
2. Control Panel
The control panel contains the settings for each block: content type, asset- and document styling, and slide selector.
The AI will automatically apply settings based on what you write, and this is where you view and change those settings if you like.
You can specify what kind of content there is in a block, for example, headline or paragraph - we call this the content type.
For each content type, you’ll be able to choose from a set of slides that are designed for that purpose, if you want to change what the AI has selected. You can click on the slide name to see and select the other options.
Asset- and document styling
This controls whether the AI can make changes to the styling of the images and video footage used in your slides, such as coloring, blurring, overlays, and more. This setting is applied to asset groups or the entire document.
The AI continuously analyses each block of text in relation to the others and adjusts content and slide choices accordingly. That’s why we’ve added the lock icon. When you make changes the lock will automatically close to ensure that your settings aren’t changed by the AI. You can lock or unlock it at any time by clicking on the icon.
3. Asset Groups
This is where you select which assets you want to use for each block of text.
4. Live preview
Open the live preview for a better understanding of your work.
5. View Storyboard
Click this button to preview everything. When you are ready - open the storyboard editor to generate your video.
6. Resource Center
Here you can access our helpdesk, support team, inspiration, and tutorials