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FrameForge 4 PRO has the same functionality as the CORE version, plus you can adds more cameras, green screens, depth-of-field, prime lenses, ground glass and camera equipment such as jibs, tripods, cranes, and dolly tracks.

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Director's Pad - USB Control Pad for FrameForge 3D Studio
The Crime & Justice Expansion Pack adds 70 law-enforcement related objects including men and women - Caucasian, Black and Asian - dressed as police officers with a variety of hats and accoutrements and dressed as SWAT officer with or without assault vest, night vision goggles and camouflage fatigues.

Also includes vehicles, props and three new sets: Courtroom, Jail block, and Police Bullpen.

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The Military Expansion Pack adds over 125 high quality objects and actors covering uniformed soldiers (in three ethnicities), vehicles & weapons of war such as tanks and aircraft, ranging from WWII to the present. It includes men and women dressed in everything from a casual pilots jacket through dress uniform, drill sergeant, and various field operatives, all with a wide range of customization and options.

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The Emergency Response Expansion Pack adds over 200 high quality objects, set pieces and actors covering the area of Fire, Health and Safety. It includes men and women dressed as doctors, surgeons, nurses, EMTs, patients & corpses in addition to firefighters, and hazmat specialists in four colors of hazmat suit.

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The World Clothing Expansion Pack adds 83 new ethnic and period clothing styles covering Asia, Africa, the Middle East, India, Latin America, Medieval Europe and the American West.

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The Reel Faces Expansion Pack adds 250 new Actors in five ethnicities (Asian, Black, Caucasion, Hispanic and Middle Eastern) all created from photographs of real people.

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The Stock Sets Expansion Pack contains over 60 fully dressed sets along with over 250 other new objects.

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FrameForge 4 | Core is the perfect storyboarding software for indie filmmakers and screenwriters.

  • Previsualize your entire script - shot-by-shot - in pre-production or before you pitch.

  • Show your cast and crew not only what the shot is, but also all the camera information needed to get it with Data-Rich Storyboards.

  • Import your script from industry-leading software like Final Draft, Movie Magic Screenwriter, Fade In, Celtx, and Adobe Story.

  • Populate your storyboards with thousands of realistic characters, props, and sets.


8 Pre-Built Sets including Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom, Living Room, Office Cubicles, Corner Office, Outdoor Gazebo, and Outdoor Intersection.


32 Male or Female Adults, 32 Teenagers, 8 Children & 4 Babies

4 ethnicities or skin tones: White, Asian, Black, and Brown (Middle Eastern/Hispanic)

Complete control over actor's emotions, poses, looks, sizes, and body shapes. Over 5,000 different clothing combinations and hair styles to provide incredible detail to your actors.

Animal Actors including cats, dogs, horses, sheep, bear, wolf, deer, and elk. All animals can be fully posed such as laying down, running, or even attacking.


Over 1100 World-Ready Objects that know how to interact with each other. Populate your set with customizable chairs, tables, desks, computers, musical instruments, and even weapons.


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"FrameForge is a new category of software that targets the rapidly growing interest in pre-planning movies on the computer. This is a product destined to become the first choice of filmmakers looking to take control of the visual design of their pictures."

-- Steven D. Katz, Author, Film Directing Shot by Shot

"FrameForge expanded my ideas about coverage in a way that traditional storyboarding never has. It also showed me ideas that simply wouldn't work in real-world applications because of the spacing of the room, position of the actors, and so on. I was able to solve many problems without losing a single moment of real production time."

-- Jay Holben, Director of Photography/Cinematographer