final draft 8 pc mac

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This is full retail version not academic or student oem can use it forever have no time limite.comes only a dvd-r disk and all code needed,step by step installation instruction.

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final draft 8 pc mac

You have a story to tell. Use Final Draft to write it.

Use your creative energy to focus on the content; let Final Draft take care of the style. Final Draft is the number-one selling application specifically designed for writing movie scripts, television episodics, and stageplays. It combines powerful word processing with professional script formatting in one self-contained, easy-to-use package. Don't waste valuable writing time on stringent formatting rules – Final Draft automatically paginates and formats your script to industry standards as you write.

Send to Script
Send copy from the Index Card Summary directly to your script.
We’ve added a new feature that will allow you to select one or more individual Index Card Summaries and copy the content directly into the script. If there is only a Scene Heading, the content will appear directly below the Scene Heading as an Action element. Otherwise, the text will appear at the end of any previously existing content in the scene. You will be able to access this feature by toolbar button, menu option, keyboard shortcut, or contextual menu.

Scene View
Outline your script ideas and reorder scenes in this high-level overview.
With the Scene View you can look at your script from a 5,000-foot view and select, drag and drop one or more scenes to reorganize your ideas as you outline. Insert new scenes easily, and hide or show information important to you such as a scene’s action, title and summary. Scene View also displays a scene’s color so you can quickly identify one scene from another. Print your Scene View or just view it alongside the script. With a double-click you can sync the script to instantly go to any scene you’ve selected in Scene View.

Scene Navigator
Manage and view the important details of your scene in this sortable floating pallet.
Manage the pace and flow of your story and keep track of up to nine categories of information related to your scenes. The Scene Navigator is a sortable, customizable floating pallet that displays details about your script such as a scene’s title, color, page number, length and location, and best of all it syncs with the script with a single-click. As your script progresses, you can pick and choose the columns of information that are relevant for your current phase of writing.

Scene Properties Inspector (SPI)
Add scene titles and colors to track your story lines, characters, etc.
Track data specific to each scene in this new floating pallet, such as the scene’s story beats that will eventually make up the action, characters and dialog of the scene. Add and edit your scene’s title such as "Villain introduced," and add color to the scene to help you track elements like storylines, character arcs, and material you need to get back to later. Like the Navigator, the SPI will display the details of whatever scene you’re working on in your script so that you have your summary notes handy as you need them

Index Cards
Easily outline your story and restructure your script by dragging and dropping multiple scenes at a time.
This improved feature has double-sided cards that display the script’s scene on one side and the summary on the other. The Summary View allows you to enter ideas directly into the index card such as your basic outline, notes, sequence or act markers, comments, locations, blocking... anything you need to build and organize your story. You can also color your Index Cards to help organize themes, character arcs, A and B stories, etc. Select and rearrange multiple cards at once if you need to reorder your scenes or print your Index Cards directly on 3x5 or 4x6 cards for visualizing and organizing scenes outside of the application. Double-clicking on a card in Split Panel View will automatically sync the scene selected with your script.

File Format (now XML)
Other software now works seamlessly with the new Final Draft .fdx file format.
Final Draft version 8 has a new file format that we have shared with a number of technology partners to improve the writer’s overall scriptwriting experience. Now you can save to the new Final Draft file format in a variety of products. Your information can then be opened directly in Final Draft with perfect format and structure. No more reformatting in Final Draft and no more re-typing or lost information!