The Martini 2 storyboarding plug-in now supports Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 on Mac OS X and Windows. It’s a post-production plug-in designed to bring the creativity of visualization into video editing. Rather than breaking the flow of a work-in-progress with “white-text-on-a-black-background” slugs, Martini lets you create shots that look like scenes that have yet to be shot.
Loaded with hundreds of classic and unique shot styles, Martini’s interface guides editors through the quick creation of composite shots. Editors can select a style, such as basic over-the-shoulder shots, two and three shots, and close-ups, as well as fight scenes, chase scenes, and other pre-composed multiple shot sequences. Then, editors can choose from hundreds of pre-loaded interiors, exteriors, and custom digital location photos.
By bringing visualization into post, Martini helps editors develop missing shots using artwork from within their editing software. With the plug-in, slugs better represent a plan for missing shots, and editors can create sequences that better illustrate ideas for pickups. Martini lightens the load on editors and directors and allows clients and crew to better visualize a work in progress project.
It supports the following video editing applications:
• Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, or CS4 for Mac or Win
• Avid Media Composer v8.x, v7.x, or v6.x for Mac or Win
• Apple Final Cut Pro X, v7, or v6
• Sony Vegas Pro v13 or v12
• Sony Movie Studio Suite
Martini is available for purchase from the Martini website (www.martiniquickshot.com) for a limited-time price of $99. The regular price is $200. A 30-day demo is available for download.