If you are looking to create a film, television show, screenplay, stage play or teleplays good writing is essential. The story is critical. But all too often, the minutia of publishing rules gets in the way. To allow writers to spend more time perfecting their craft and their story, Final Draft was designed to automatically format the content to conform with the rigid regulations required by many studios. This fully dedicated screenwriting solution quickly became the industry standard. Why? That’s simple. It saves time and money. Giants in the industry such as JJ Abrams, Aaron Sorkin and James Cameron recommend Final Draft. Final Draft received acknowledgment as the 2013 Primetime Engineering Emmy® Award-Winning Software.
What’s New in Final Draft 10?
Building on top of an impressive list of features all designed to make screenwriting an easier process, Final Draft 10 brings with it enhancements and new features. The enhancements include improved revision menu options (think bold) and the ability to add file names to headers and footers automatically. There are six new features to enhance your writing experience:
- Story Map allows a macro view of the work, easily navigates and creates previews
- Real-time Collaboration
- Create structure in .fdx file with Structure Points
- New & improved Screen Number Options
- Beat Board for organizing ideas
- Alternative Dialogue options
Student Discounts Available
To make it affordable for aspiring writers and creators to learn with their industry standard software, Final Draft offers an educational version. This version has all the same features, but requires academic proof and offers savings up to 60% off the retail version. Final Draft EDU is available at Studica.com. Sign up for Studica’s newsletter to get the latest on new releases and education discounts.
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