In the Annotations layer, you can use our Assisted Shapes technology to draw arrows and frames around your characters. This will help understand the camera and character movements of your shot.
To use the Assisted Shapes feature, switch to the Annotations layer. Tap the Layers button in the toolbar, select the Annotations layer, then tap the Assisted Shapes button (the Hand icon to the right of the toolbar).
When you tap the button, the screen turns red and waits for your gesture.
If you draw a line, it will transform into an arrow. Use this arrow to indicate motion (shot or character).
If you draw a V, it will transform into a fat arrow. Usually, you’ll use this one to indicate a forward movement.
If you draw a rectangle, it will transform into a frame. The aspect ratio of the frame is the same as the aspect ratio chosen for the storyboard.
Remember, you can always rotate the Assisted Shapes objets using a standard rotate gesture (2-finger rotation) and you can add Text objects to the layer too!