Re: screenwriting software

From: Brook Hinton (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Nov 07 2006 - 07:59:38 PST

I'm in the write now, format later camp. And also a cheapskate. FInal Draft
just seems so $$$$$, esp. since I already have to have MS Word for other
work projects.

Celtx is free: I don't think you can import and auto-format
with it though. There's a lot in it to ignore when you're doing
non-traditional work, but the potential for a lot of flexibility beyond just
the screenwriting module. Think of it as a stripped down but functional and
free combination of FD and the MOvie Magic stuff.

Brook Hinton

On 11/7/06, k. a.r. <email suppressed> wrote:
> Anybody used either montage or final draft or something else?
> what did you think...was it worth buying?
> any advice appreciated.
> thanks.
> k.
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