|Name||Toon Boom Storyboard Pro 8.1|
|Created on||2016-05-17 12:46:56|
|Files||Toon Boom Storyboard Pro 8.1 + [k]/Patch/TBS Pro 8.1 [k] (Universal) – Retail Patch.dmg (2.94 MB)|
Toon Boom Storyboard Pro 8.1 + [k]/Patch/ipatch3.7.1.dmg (4.11 MB)
Toon Boom Storyboard Pro 8.1 + [k]/Storyboard Pro 8.1 Retail.iso (271.8 MB)
Name: Toon Boom Storyboard Pro (Mac OS) Version: 8.1 Mac Platform: Universal binary OS version: 10.4 & 10.5 Processor type(s) & speed: PowerPC G5 RAM minimum: 512 MB Video RAM: 128 MB Mac: System Requirements OS: Mac OS X v10.4 and v10.5 PowerPC (minimum) G5 and Intel (Recommended) 512 MB of Ram (Minimum), 1 GB (Recommended) 500 MB of available hard disk space for the software video card fully supporting OpenGL with 128 MB of RAM Monitor supporting 1280x1024 resolution Wacom tablets for drawing (Optional) Web Site: https://www.toonboom.com/products/storyboardpro Includes: K ------ Patch only works for PowerPC compatible operating systems. The app itself does work with Intel operating systems Works properly with OS X Leopard. Use Little Snitch or similar to prevent it from phoning home. If your operating system is Snow Leopard you can get this working by doing the following and using ipatch3.7.1.dmg “The only way to get the patch to work in Snow Leopard is to use ipatch 3.7.1. Right click on the patch for Storyboard Pro -> Show Package Contents -> macOS. You should see iPatcher in this location. Locate where you installed iPatch and show it's package contents. Click on resources folder and find the application within namd iPatcher. Right click on this -> show package contents. Then navigate to the macOS folder within you should see iPatcher. Take the ipatcher exec from this location and copy it and replace the one found in the Storyboard Pro patch. Should work from there. Took a little bit of tinkering but Storyboard Pro works.“ Overview Storyboard Pro a digital storyboarding application tailor-made for professional storytellers. It allows you to draw visual representations of shots from the ground up, as well as animate key sequences. (For traditionalists, the program also lets you scan in your own pictures and drawings.) It will mostly suit independent filmmakers who want a fast and cost-effective way to plan their shoots, as well as storyboard artists looking for a streamlined transition into the digital era. Naturally, it will also double as a great presentation tool when pitching ideas to financial backers.