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 […]
Learn how to write in 11 Indian languages, assign a specific language to dialogues and use native input methods provided by the operating system.
With Scrite 0.6 beta, you can now tag your index cards and mark structural elements in your screenplay. This is a very powerful feature for writers who wish to design their stories according to structures of their choice. Click here to read more about tagging index cards.
Screenplays & 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 […]
Sushupti Dreams had conducted an online series on film-making in 2020, as a part of which they had hosted several sessions on screenwriting. In their 22nd and 23rd episodes, they covered screenwriting and story structuring concepts using Scrite. Below is a video embed of their 22nd session.
Much 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 […]
Scrite is a free and open-source app for Windows and Mac Desktops (soon on Linux also) using which you can create screenplays. This video is a demo of the Scrite app. The voice over in this video is in English, we will have another video in Kannada as well. PS: Kindly pardon all the bloopers […]