Fun, Engaging and Productive Screenplay Writing App
- Structure: Capture the structure or flow of your story
- Timeline: Write linearly or randomly and sequence them later.
- Multilingual: Write in English or 10 other Indian Languages.
- Export: Share your work freely. Export to several formats.
- Import: Start from scratch or import your existing screenplay.
- Notebook: Capture your thoughts, research and ideas as notes.
- Reports: Generate character and location reports.
- Open Source: Complete source code is available on GitHub.
- Work In Progress: Always under development. Open to feature requests.
Capture the structure or flow of your story
Write linearly or randomly and sequence them later.
Write in English or 10 other Indian Languages.
Share your work freely. Export to several formats.
Start from scratch or import your existing screenplay.
Capture your thoughts, research and ideas as notes.
Generate character and location reports.
Complete source code is available on GitHub
Work In Progress
Always under development. Open to feature requests.
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Latest News & Updates
- Marathi SupportOne of the most requested features in Scrite is support for Marathi. With version 0.5.2, we are taking a stab at this. The built-in transliteration for Marathi works exactly the same as the built-in Hindi transliteration. The application comes bundled with Shusha font by default, but you can use any other font of your choice. […]
- Screenplay IDEFor software developers, an IDE provides several ways of working with code in a unified way. Perhaps we can think of a Scrite as an IDE for screenplay writers. After all screenplay is the source-code of a film! Scrite offers three distinct ways to work with a screenplay. Screenplay Editor: where the actual screenplay is […]
- Capturing Relationships Between CharactersScreenplays & stories are made up of characters. There are a few stories where we can notice only one or two characters, however most stories employ between 2 and 20 characters, although we could find cases where there are more than 20 also. A writer must ensure that relationships between characters are portrayed consistently across […]
- Qt & QML Insights – Presentation @ Qt Desktop Days 2020Prashanth Udupa (Creator of Scrite) presented a talk on the insights gathered while developing Scrite at Qt Desktop Days 2020 as a part of Akademy 2020 virtual tech conference. The following is a video capture of his talk. Scrite is developed using Qt. Whats very unique about the use of Qt in Scrite is that […]
- Scrite Tutorial – Aug 2020 EditionMuch has changed since the first beta of Scrite was released back in April 2020. The video below is a new tutorial on Scrite. It covers the features and functionality available as of Scrite 0.4.16 Beta. This video was prepared for presenting a demo of Scrite at a webinar on “Using Screenwriting Software” hosted by […]