A complete storyboard is not only made of drawings, but also dialogue, actions, and valuable indications. In Storyboard Pro, you can easily import a script into your storyboard project to help edit captions.
If your script is in .txt or .rtf file format, you can import it into the Script caption field.
If a script was created with Final Draft, importing it into Storyboard Pro should be your next step. While importing your Final Draft script, you will retain the rich text formatting.
- In the Storyboard view, click the Caption Menu button and select Import Caption.
The Import Caption browser opens.
- Select your .txt or .rtf file and click Open.
The script appears in the Script caption field.
- In the Storyboard view, click the Caption Menu button and select Import Final Draft Script.
The Select Final Draft browser opens.
- Select your Final Draft *.fdx or *.xml file and click Open.
The script appears in the Script caption field with all notes and formatting intact.
- Start the Final Draft Tagger software.
- Select File > Import Script, the keyboard shortcut is Ctrl + I (Windows) or ⌘+I (macOS).
The Import dialog box opens.
- In the browser, select your script file and click Open.
Your script appears in Final Draft Tagger.
- Select File > Export to XML.
- Close the Final Draft Tagger application.