Muse Storybuilder Ensures You’re Nailing Your Story Before the Camera Rolls
Muse Storybuilder is a Program to Ensure You’re Nailing Your Story Before the Camera Rolls
A recurring nightmare when you go shoot is to realise that you’re not well-prepared and everything you’re missing could have been captured, if only you had taken the time to think it through beforehand. Because the truth is, no matter your level of experience, when comes the time to press record, there is no more space for doubts and questions.
The reason why we often end up realising too late that we should have done this or that when it’s too late (i.e. shooting) is because it’s not easy to visualise and anticipate all the elements you need to connect to build the best story possible during pre-production. It can be a bit of an abstract exercise and it’s tempting to shrug it off thinking you’ll manage while facing the challenges.
You might, but it’s unlikely you’ll get the best story you want or can get.
The Stillmotion team has been on a journey of helping the community step up their game when it comes to video making: they started with the Muse program, that teaches the four pillars to each story and how to use them to create a strong narrative; they built an online community composed of storytellers from all over the world, and they just launched the Muse Storybuilder.
Muse Storybuilder is a software that lets you connect the different elements taught within the Muse Program, visualise the big picture, exchange with a team if you’re working with one, and gives you feedback and suggestions to support your story.
The program was officially released on May 24th, and until May 31, you can purchase it in a special bundle that also gives you access to lifetime access to the online learning platform, and the offline storytelling kit.
I’ve had the chance to follow Stillmotion programs from day 1, see them grow and expand, and as you will see in the 100+ testimonials available, or from the testimonial from a mentorless reader, it’s worth your money and time.
Watch below a video explaining what Muse Storybuilder is for. Just to be clear, the software is available to purchase solo, and will remain available after May 31st, the special launch offer won’t.