Fun, Engaging and Productive Screenwriting App
Focus On Structure
Map the structure of your screenplay using index cards and organize them into acts. Color code your index cards to gain additional visual clarity.
Visually Map Relationships
Clearly capture relationship between various characters in your screenplay. Make it easy for your readers to understand the complex network of characters in your work.
Capture your story notes, scene notes and character notes distinctly. Optionally include them in reports for effective communication with the pre-production staff.
Whether you want to extract dialogues or entire scenes for a specific character, or extract scenes at a specific location or time of day, or get a birds eye view of which character is in which scene, Scrite’s powerful set of reports has you covered.
Synchronize Film & Screenplay
Whether you are studying a film or are checking visual representation of your own screenplay, Scrited tab helps you with synchronized playback of the film along with your screenplay.
Scriptalay – A Library Of Screenplays
Download and read screenplays of popular films directly from within the app. Screenplays hosted on our library are either directly sourced from its copyright owners or derived from public sources.
Import & Export To Popular Formats
Whether you want to continue working on a script you wrote in Final Draft or Celtx, OR to export your work from Scrite to other formats, we have you covered.
Download Scrite on your macOS, Windows or Linux desktop and give it a try!
More than 8000 writers from around the world have already installed Scrite. Be among the early adopters who enjoy writing on Scrite and help make it better!
In the next couple of months, we will be moving out of beta and announcing version 1.0, at which point certain features of the product will be accessible only under a paid plan. As an early-adopter you will get significant discounts on the paid-plans. We’re working out the final details of this and will post an official announcement. That said, we want to reiterate that the ability to write professionally formatted screenplays will continue to remain free.
Media Publications & Reviews
- Rahul, Pooja & Sakutumba Sametha – #ScriteStoriesThis year’s family-comedy-drama film, Sakutumba Sametha, from Paramvah Studios was directed by Rahul PK and co-written by Rahul PK and Pooja Sudhir. For us, its a very special film because it was written in Scrite. Infact, the entire team of screenwriters at Paramvah, including Rahul and Pooja, have been actively providing feedback and suggestions for […]
- Popular YouTube Channel ‘Film Psycho’ reviews ScriteSaravana Kumar is a film director who regularly posts videos about filmmaking, specifically screenwriting, on his YouTube channel Film Psycho. The primary audio language in all his videos is Tamil, but his audience is spread all over the globe. In April 2022, he released an exclusive review of Scrite on his YouTube channel. Watch the […]
- YouTuber James Martin Reviews ScriteJames Martin, a filmmaker and YouTuber, posted an exclusive review of Scrite on his YouTube channel in Jan 2022. Watch the complete video below.
- Cinestaan on ScriteSonal Pandya of Cinestaan covers Scrite along with a brief interview with the team. Link: Indian Screenwriting app Scrite available for users in 12 languages.
- Nhân Trương Reviews ScriteVietnamese YouTuber Nhân Trương posted a review of Scrite on his channel in October, 2021. Watch the complete video below.
Latest News & Updates
- Sakutumba Sametha – ScreenplaySakutumba Sametha is a Kannada Feature Film, now streaming on Voot, written by Rahul PK and Pooja Sudhir of Paramvah Studios. This is the first film released in cinemas to be written on Scrite, and that makes it a very special film for us. We had recently published a #ScriteStory about their writing journey. The […]
- 0.9 Beta is now out!Of all the updates of Scrite we have released, version 0.8.8 (the most recent version) is also the most used one. Close to 40% of all Scrite users are using that update, making it the most successful version of Scrite thus far. Almost a hundred forty days after that update was released, today we release […]
- Presentation at QtDevCon22Prashanth Udupa presented a talk on “Closing the Gaps, QML on Desktop” at QtDevCon 2022. In this talk he talks about challenges faced while trying to use QML in a large desktop software like Scrite. The talk covers techniques for Optimizing views with heavy delegates Handling tab sequences Offering Spell Check Auto Completion Popups Displaying […]