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Although I'm horrible at drawing, I decided to get a tablet to do some storyboarding. I'd like to do some really basic previs, animating with some simple drawings. Potentially adding some audio. I was thinking about just using After Effects or even Final Cut. But curious to hear if anyone has any favorite approaches. Someone suggested MotionArtist. Also, Paper being a good free app. Any thoughts / perspective would be great. Thanks.
Has anyone tried their hand at filmmaking apps? If yes, which ones did you like, in particular, and, would recommend, to other filmmakers? I have tried a clapboard app, once. It was pretty neat. I also, used the light app, where different colours of light are available, as well as light blinking, at varying speeds. It was great for creating horror effects, and carrying cheap, portable lighting, which was super portable (for super close up, though). I used it on an iPad. I tried Celtx, but, I don't particularly fancy script formatting apps, so, that wasn't for me. I've tried sound effects, and the teleprompter. The teleprompter was great. I've wanted to try using some music making app (garage band, caustic etc), but, I am not too sure, about my ear for music. Also, since I've never really tried my hand at creating music (I learnt how to play the guitar and the synthesizer, as a kid), I am a little unsure. Anyways, I sold my iPad, so, I wanna try apps for my android. Maybe on a smaller phone or phablet size device. Any suggestions?