MacNews Category Review: Screenwriting software
This MacNews Category Review looks at screenwriting software for Mac OS X. Products covered include Final Draft, Montage, Movie Magic Screenwriter, Movie Outline, Power Structure and Storyist.
[url=http://www.finaldraft.com/]Final Draft[/url] is a word processor for writing screenplays, sitcoms, stage plays or any format for movies, television or theater. There's also an AV version designed for the professional writers of commercials, corporate and training videos, documentaries and presentations.
[url=http://www.marinersoftware.com/]Montage[/url] is screenwriting software exclusively developed for Mac OS X. It lets you create, edit, and manage screenplay. Once your masterpiece is complete, Montage allows you to submit, track, and send your query, synopsis, and scripts to hundreds of included industry contacts through Montage's integration with Apple's Address Book.
Movie Magic Screenwriter
[url=http://www.screenplay.com/]Movie Magic Screenwriter[/url] is an all-in-one program for script typing and formatting. It contains and templates for features, television, stage and multimedia and a script card system. It imports from Dramatica and exports to Movie Magic Scheduling.
[url=http://www.movieoutline.com/]Movie Outline[/url] offers a way for screenwriters to outline their story while simultaneously referencing successful movies of all genres.
[url=http://www.write-brain.com/]Power Structure[/url] offers a a story building environment with nine unique views of the story, starting from the biggest overall themes and premise, down to the smallest "beats" or "plot points." In between are tools to graphically track conflicts, subplots and dramatic threads.
[url=http://storyist.com/]Storyist[/url] is a story development tool for novelists and screenwriters. It offers: a word processor with a page layout view; a storyboard with customizable story sheets; and a project manager with project-wide search capabilities.