Fade In 4.1

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 is a program designed to aid individuals who want to write scripts and screenplays. It provides them an enjoyable environment, with a nicely crafted interface and lots of useful features, to help them create unique works.

As mentioned above, this utility has a friendly GUI, with clear side-panel tabs, and a large area for writing the screenplay. It also comes with a few themes that users can choose from, shortcut keys and other cool graphical customizations. Yet, the font style seems tool small and better options could've been used.

As per its features, Fade In comes with autocomplete typing, a function that comes in handy when you have to write long words, therefore allowing users to write more and type less.

If two or more users want to work on the same project, the program has a feature that lets them collaborate on the same screenplay, or document, at the same time.

Furthermore, the program supports the insert of images, along with other file formats, such as HTML, FDX, RTF, FDR.

To sum it up, Fade In provides individuals numerous and various features to help them create professional scripts. The price tag seems quite high, but it's probably the only major inconvenience of this utility.

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John Saunders
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  • Has a few embedded themes
  • Includes autocomplete typing
  • Supports multiple user collaboration


  • Font style looks small
  • Has a high price tag


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