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StoryFlow – now with Airdrop and Final Draft 10 support

StoryFlow, our shot listing app for iOS, has been updated. It now supports the revised file format of Final Draft 10, which has just appeared. And you can now transfer Final Draft (.fdx) and StoryFlow Production, Lenses and Shot Types files to your iPhone or iPad using Airdrop. The Airdrop facility is useful because it means you can transfer files without… Read more »

StoryFlow: better shotlists

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Nothing stands still in the world of technology. Our StoryFlow shotlist app for iOS has been out for about 18 months now, and I thought it was time for a spruce-up. There were a few minor bugs I wanted to crush (mostly to do with layout on the screen) and it was an opportunity to add a couple of features…. Read more »

Essential software for independent film-makers

Software is crucial to every aspect of film-making these days. I’m making no claim that this is the best software, or even the best example of each type. What I am saying is that this is the software we use at Zolascope, and we’ve decided on these packages for good reasons. (Disclaimer: we have no connection to any of these… Read more »

Creating shot lists – there’s an app for that

Until now, creating shot lists has been something of a manual and clumsy process involving multiple software packages and much swearing. Now we’ve produced an app that makes life a lot easier. Designed for movie directors and cinematographers, it will help ensure you never miss a critical take on your next film project. StoryFlow lets you use your iPhone or… Read more »