Quote: You have a story to tell. Use Final Draft to write it. Use your creative energy to focus on the content; let Final Draft take care of the style. Final Draft is the number-one selling word processor specifically designed for writing movie scripts, television episodics and stage plays. It combines powerful word processing with professional script formatting in one self-contained, easy-to-use package. There is no need to learn about script formatting rules – Final Draft automatically paginates and formats your script to industry standards as you write.
Key Features: 100% Cross-Platform Final Draft scripts are identical on both Windows™ and Macintosh® platforms and can easily be exchanged between both. Import/Export Files from any word processor can be imported easily, no need to re-type your script. Export to multiple file formats (including PDF) to easily and securely share scripts with anyone. Script Registry Final Draft is a preferred file format and the only scriptwriting software with an authorized agreement with the WGAw online registry service. Production Features Handles production functions with ease, including scene numbering, A and B pages, multiple revisions, character sides and specialized reports. Tagger A separate application that enables you to break down Final Draft scripts into their various elements and export them into any scheduling software. ScriptCompare Dynamically compares two scripts and highlights any changes, allowing you to easily see the differences from one file to the next. Templates Over 50 television show, movie and stageplay templates are included, complete with characters and locations. Format Assistant Checks your script for common formatting errors, such as missing dialogue, extra spaces, carriage returns and blank elements. ScriptNotes Pop-up windows which can hold ideas, notes, suggestions or scene fragments without taking up space onscreen. CollaboWriter Write, edit and discuss a script with other Final Draft users in real time, over the internet, anywhere in the world. Text to Speech Have your script read back to you by assigning different voices to your characters. It’s like having a live script reading in your computer. Ask the Expert An interactive problem-solver with legendary screenwriting teacher Syd Field, television writer Larry Brody, playwright Jon Dorf and WGAw’s The Creative Rights Handbook.
Final Draft requires the following: • Pentium class or better processor • Windows 2000 or XP • 128MB of RAM • 35MB of available hard drive space • CD-ROM drive or an internet connection