Version 0.7 Beta brings to life a lot of new features that will dramatically improve your productivity as a screenwriter. The app now features everything from a distraction free screenwriting tab, to a comprehensive structure canvas where you can design your stories visually and a dedicated notebook tab where you can organize your research and […]
In this ~1 Hour video, Prashanth Udupa shares the original idea of Scrite and how it has evolved over the past 18 months. While doing so, he walks through the process of creating a simple screenplay in Scrite, and using advanced structuring, research and reporting tools. This video is a good place to start if […]
Problem Statement: You want to keep your Scrite files synced across your Macs, Windows and Linux PCs. That way you can work on a screenplay in one computer and continue working on another computer. Possible Solution: We come out with a subscription plan to keep all your Scrite documents stored on our servers, so that […]
Version 0.7.x beta is finally here and it brings a brand new notebook UI. If you just want to update to the latest version, then you can click on the button below. We encourage you to take a look at the new features, enhancements and bug fixes bundled in this update. The new notebook makes […]
Comprehensively capture your research by episode, act and scene. Create enticing characters using tools like Character Sketch, Interview and Relationship Graphs.
Learn how you can export to Final Draft, HTML, Fountain, Open Document Text and other formats.
Learn how to download screenplays and templates from our online library.
Learn how to capture Rashomon, non-linear, save-the-cat and multiple timeline structures of stories on the structure canvas.
The structure tab presents a powerful UI to capture the structure of your screenplay. In this article we will only go over the basics of using the structure tab, setting the stage for diving into advanced features later on.
Learn how to write in 11 Indian languages, assign a specific language to dialogues and use native input methods provided by the operating system.