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Moviestorm – find some direction


Moviestorm is a do-it-yourself package for creating 3D animated CGI movies. The free starter kit kicks you off with the movie creation studio, some generic people, sets and props. Build your sets, furnish and light them and start reliving your fave scenes from movies or strike out and be the director you’ve always wanted.


You have full control over your virtual studio, put people and props wherever you like, record lines for your characters to deliver or if you prefer type your lines and have them delivered by the software. You can animate and choreograph your characters with the built-in animations and use multiple cameras and angles. When you’re done edit it all into a single movie and share it, upload to YouTube or whatever.


If you want to expand your creativity with specific characters or unusual settings then you can buy expansion kits with new actors, sets or even foliage and plants. There’s even a pack with the candidates for the U.S. elections if satire’s your thing. And of course all this fun wouldn’t be Web2.0 compatible without the obligatory forum and community website. So if you’ve been itching to do a remake of Pride and Prejudice with Bruce Willis as Mr Darcy, you’ve come to the right place.

Moviestorm is a complete animated movie-making package for PC and Macintosh that you can download now for free!From script to final cut, Moviestorm will take you from initial concept to finished movie. It’s easy-to-use, full-featured and compatible with other movie-making tools, making it suitable for first-time moviemakers and advanced users alike. Moviestorm has something for everyone.

Tags: moviestorm, computer+animation, freeware


  • Wow, great find Dan. :-)

  • I see this being misused…

  • Thanks, Dan! Our range of content packs is continually expanding – more coming out every few weeks. Strange you should mention Pride and Prejudice, though. I was in NY on Sunday and someone suggested a crazy mash-up of that and Speed.

    “If the velocity of this carriage were to fall below ten miles an hour, Mr Darcy…”

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