Please note: as of September 25, 2015, Amazon Storyteller is no longer available.

Why did Amazon Storyteller go away?

We built Amazon Storyteller to give creators the ability to easily visualize a script as a storyboard or animatic video, and it’s been great to see what the very creative Amazon Studios community has done with the tools. At Amazon Studios, we continually evaluate what we’re building, with the goal of providing the best opportunities for creators to tell and share their stories. Sometimes we need to move on from an experiment so we can try new things. Stay tuned in the near future for some changes and new features on Amazon Studios that will be great for writers and filmmakers – we’re excited to share what we’ve been working on.

Are both versions of Amazon Storyteller gone?

Yes, both the storyboard and animatic video versions of Amazon Storyteller are now unavailable.

What happens to the storyboards or videos I’ve already created?

Any storyboards or videos you’ve already published to an Amazon Studios project will continue to be available.

What happened to my work in progress?

As of September 25, any storyboards or animatics you had in progress are no longer accessible to edit or publish.

What happened to the music and sound FX libraries?

As of September 25, the Amazon Music Library and Sound FX Library are no longer available. If you used resources from these libraries in your work and have already published to Amazon Studios, your work can stay on Amazon Studios until you remove it. If you used resources and have not yet published, please remove the downloaded music and/or sound FX from your work before publishing.

I have a question that’s not answered here.

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