FrameForge Previz Studio comes with well over one thousand World-Ready™ objects from a simple drag'n'drop library including everything you need to build exteriors, homes, offices, whatever. Searchable by name and organized in over 100 different categories, including 76 fully posable actors in four ethnicities. These actors range from babies, children, teenagers to adults, and these adults can be aged from 20 to 60 years old. Save time, money and nerves by exploring each shot before you start shooting. Previsualize your project with FrameForge Previz Studio 3 and your printed or exported storyboards will not only be optically-accurate, but they'll give your cast and crew a true representation of your directoral intentions, including the technical information required to create that shot on location. Need to start a crane shot from twenty feet up, then crane down around a school bus dropping off kids, and end with a push in tight on a doorway? With FrameForge Previz Studio, you can literally shoot all that just as if you were on location. You can even add in location/equipment limitations too. If you know that the room you'll be shooting in has an 8' ceiling, or you only have access to a 35-200mm zoom lens, you can enter those limitations for that set and FrameForge Previz Studio won't let you plan anything you can't actually do. With FrameForge Previz Studio, the storyboard output is only a fraction of the value of the program. Of course, you can print your storyboards in grayscale or full color in any of fifteen rendering styles (normal, normal with outlines, cartoon, pencil sketch, pen & ink and 10 other fully customizable User Rendering Styles). But you can also view your shots as a slide show within the shot manager where you can tailor the duration of each shot down to a fraction of a second. You can export this slide show as a Macromedia® Flash or QuickTime® video viewable in any web browser or CD. Or perhaps you'll want to post the storyboard on the web or an intranet for your production staff as a collection of automatically generated HTML pages with full shot and textual information. Or finally, you can even export just the graphics to bring into Final Cut® Pro, KeynoteTM or PowerPoint® for presentation.