In Professional Screenwriting Software Fade is the most advanced software used by professionals writing for film, television, video games, stage, radio and much more. It supports multiple languages, tools to outline, organize and navigate, plus an extensive script format and robust functionality for managing rewrites and revisions.
Application interface with all the features
has a universal application interface and art. Does everything professional screenwriters need and expect their software does, and does so in Mac, Windows and Linux, providing an optimal experience no matter what platform you use. (Fade In Mobile is also available for iPhone, iPad and Android.)
Extensive formatting capabilities
The software handles the format of the script for you, automatic scene titles transition to action dialog as you type. It includes a full range of standard script styles: You can use the built -in default styles, customize or create your own. Controls all aspects of design and appearance of the page and even modify individual line lengths with a single keystroke.
With the collaboration capabilities Fade In, you can work on the same script at the same time with multiple partners, no matter where they are in the world. Unlike other programs that only allow one person to work on a document at once, Fade In allows employees towork independently with the changes reflected in the copies of the collaborators in real time.
Fade In is the only professional software script that allows you to insert images directly into your document, either on the cover or within a script.
Organization and Navigation
You are not limited to organize your script by scenes and chips. You can organize and encode as you want, marking significant sequences, plot points, themes, characters and other story elements so you always have a clear view of your work. Use the navigator to quickly scroll through your script, rearrange scenes and create nested sequences. Create bookmarks and links for quick reference different parts of the document.
A single page mode, without distraction, full – screen mode lets you focus on what matters most: writing. An additional focused writing mode allows everything else to fade in the background, except what is working right now.
Support for multiple file formats
Import and export multiple file formats is easy with support for everything from HTML to XML Open Format Screenplay. Open, edit and save documents final draft (.fdx) is a snap, like import (and export) Rich Text Format (.rtf), such as Movie Magic Screenwriter, opening previous versions of Final draft (.fdr), working with Fountain , and opening Scrivener, Adobe Story and Celtx files.
Powerful tools for writing (and rewriting)
Rewriting is a big part of writing, and Fade In provides a specialized set of tools to help do both. Use the tuner box to view and edit the dialogue of a single character in a place to check the consistency and voice. Also, check the frequency of use of words to find words or average, automatically adjust the line lengths to avoid an extra pair of letters making a line into two and more.
A need for a professional writer during the rewriting process is being able to manage revisions, page locking, scene locking, omitted scenes and more. You can even view, edit and print / PDF pages modified in “paper” color in any of the many standard colors review.
Breakdowns and reporting
Easily generate breakdowns standard scripts of industry and production reports. Standard reports include scenes, screenings, locations and more. Reports can be printed or saved as HTML or comma – separated values for importing into other generic applications.
Open file format
Different applications screenwriting using a binary format storage owner, Fade In uses the format open script: a format simple and sharp XML – based file to store your scripts, providing maximum accessibility, compatibility and future proof.
output directly to PDF. The lot generates copies with secure watermark. Customize the layout of the application. Edit your title page. Add sticky notes.Easily customize the page layout and formatting elements such as “(MORE)” and “(cont.)”. Check scripts formatting errors and compare versions. Live spell-checking, custom user dictionaries, language tools, extended font and Unicode support, and integrated help.