Fade In

Fade In 3.0

Creates and edits cinematic screenplays.
 
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Write screenplays for movies in the dedicated application supporting multiple visualization modes and featuring automated organization of pages. It also includes a library of standard transition elements added for organizing the script according to industry standards.

Fade In Professional Screenwriting Software is a complete application for writing motion picture screenplays, including tools for outlining, organizing, and navigating, plus extensive screenplay formatting and robust tools for managing rewrites and revisions. And it works with Fade In Mobile for your iPhone or iPad.
Fade In's modern, state-of-the-art application interface does everything professional screenwriters need and expect their software to do. Its extensive formatting capabilities take care of formatting for you, automatically transitioning from scene headings to action to dialogue as you type. It includes a full range of standard screenplay styles: you can use the built-in default styles, customize them, or create your own. The software keeps track of the character names and locations you use and can provide as-you-type autocompletion suggestions. Spend less time typing and more time writing.
You can organize your screenplay however you like, marking and color-coding significant sequences, plot points, themes, characters, and other story elements so you'll always have a clear overview of your work. Use the Navigator to quickly move around your script and reorder scenes.
What's new in this version:
- Properly fixes a potential layout issue/crash (on multiple monitor setups, and others)
- Fixes a regression from the v2 upgrade with successive OMITTED scene markers overwriting previous ones
- Fixes a repaint issue with potential doubling of text
- Tweaked Fountain import of soft returns combined with explicit line formatting
- Custom page/text color selection wasn't properly updating swatches
- Added a forced black-and-white option to Print/PDF <br href="#full-specs" class="readMore">

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