StoryView ?

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Re: StoryView ?

Postby fredhammersmith » Apr 09, 2010 5:40 pm

fredhammersmith wrote:Does the Outline 3D/MM v6 combo offers better import/export integration than the StoryView v2/MM 2000 combo? Because that (for me) would be a good reason to upgrade.


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Re: StoryView ?

Postby Thomas » Apr 10, 2010 8:47 am

fredhammersmith wrote:
fredhammersmith wrote:Does the Outline 3D/MM v6 combo offers better import/export integration than the StoryView v2/MM 2000 combo? Because that (for me) would be a good reason to upgrade.


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I just got this program yesterday (thanks, Chris!) I will do a check real quick...

K what I am seeing is it imports the DSW as titles and actions. The headers in Outline 4D are titles and the main typing underneath the headers is imported as actions. I'd prefer they be imported as NOTES, but maybe there is a way to do that? I don't know?

The program seems to look and act exactly like Storyview. Once yew are in the program, yew really can't tell the difference.
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Re: StoryView ?

Postby Writeoff » Apr 14, 2010 1:25 pm

Hi Chris,
I'm a longtime registered user of Storyview and Screenwriter (and beta tester) - but the direct import/export direct feature would be a real bonus for me.

How do I go about getting the upgrade from Storyview to Outline 4D for this feature?

Thanks.

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Re: StoryView ?

Postby Chris Huntley » Apr 26, 2010 9:13 am

Call our offices at 800-84-STORY, or 818-843-6557. Press 1 for customer service. The downloadable upgrade from StoryView 2.0 to Outline 4D is $9.99.

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Re: StoryView ?

Postby Thomas » Jun 01, 2010 3:08 pm

STILL with the spam? I gave you knuckleheads the solution to this!!! What gives?
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Re: StoryView ?

Postby adambein » Sep 21, 2015 5:25 pm

downtime1 wrote:Chris,

there are some additional unintended benefits for some of us as well...

I'm in the military and actually it helps with planning and analyzing.



I'll bite-how does Storyview help you with planning and analyzing? Interesting.

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Re: StoryView ?

Postby Chris Huntley » Sep 22, 2015 9:51 am

I suggest looking at the online training video site to get a clear understanding of what the software does:

http://www.learnoutline4d.com/

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