A template created in Storyboard Pro is a folder with a file structure, in which you can find its assets. If you want to import a specific asset from a template, such as a drawing or a 3D model, you can browse the template's file structure in the library view by opening it as a folder instead of as a template.
Right-click the selection and select Open As Folder.
The template will appear as a subfolder in the current library, with the subfolder icon.
Click on the Expand button of the subfolder to explore it. If you are familiar with Harmony, you will find that the template has a file structure similar to a Harmony scene, which contains the following folders:
audio: The audio clips that were included with the template, if any.
elements: Contains the folders in which the drawings and 3D models used by the template are stored.
environment: If the template was created in Harmony Server, this directory will contain the assets used by this template that were sourced from its environment. Otherwise, it will be empty.
frames: A directory typically used for the rendered frames of a Harmony scene. Usually empty for templates.
jobs: If the template was created in Harmony Server, this directory will contain the assets used by this template that were sourced from its job. Otherwise, it will be empty.
palette-library: The palettes used by the template.
As you browse the template's folders, if you select a folder that contains assets that can be imported in Storyboard Pro, they will appear in the assets list to the right.
NOTE Even if the template is opened as a folder, it is still also available as a template in your library. You can undo opening the template as a folder by right-clicking on the template and selecting Open As Folder again.