Amazon Storyteller launches in beta, creates a storyboard automatically from uploaded movie scripts - The Next Web

Amazon is looking to nurture the next generation of scriptwriters, directors and cinematographers with a new, free online tool called Amazon Storyteller, which helps convert initial scripts into dynamic and professional storyboards.

The project is currently in beta, but can automatically identify scenes, locations and characters from a script that has been uploaded to Amazon Studios, the company’s division for developing exclusive movies, comics and television shows. It then “casts” these objects from a library of assets that includes “thousands” of characters, props and backgrounds.

The storyboard can then be published to Amazon Studios, where other users can check it out and leave feedback.

It’s like memegenerator for movies.

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