Transform your videos into comics by Google

#4 Product of the DayDecember 12, 2017

Storyboard, takes video clips and automatically pulls out six frames which it lays out in a comic book-style template. You’ll be able to refresh the app to get new layouts and frames, with Google claiming that there are over 1.6 trillion combinations.

  • Nicolas de Dampierre
    Nicolas de DampierreCo-founder, Zeez

    Awesome filters / illustration styles and great choice of layouts


    In-App navigation is a little too simple.

    Awesome app, visibly early stage since we're missing (in my opinion) the possibility to shoot a video straight from the app (vs importing one), and the possibility to navigate clearly among styles & layouts (that bit is particularly unclear).

    Nicolas de Dampierre has used this product for one day.
  • Pros: 

    Very nice effects


    It crashes all the time or don't save the pic that you want

    It is very cool and it seems like a beta product, so it's need some tweaks and adjusts

    brb has used this product for one day.
Speech bubbles made of voice recognition transcript are still missing :)
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@paulodef that would be awesome!
@paulodef true - could've easily plugged in their DialogFlow product and generated some bubbles for each strip based on voice/typed sentence
It's been awhile since I've seen an Android first release but I guess it makes sense. 😜
Does anyone know if it is coming to iOS? I MUST HAVE IT!
Still trying to understand the usage of this...
This actually a fantastically cool concept. There's no clear way to share your comic strip, and apparently no save mechanism either. I'm not judging, it's a new app, but it did a pretty good job of taking a boring video and throwing it into a comic. I think navigation could use an improvement though.
@tristanisham to save or share, just touch the screen.