Can I import in TwelvePoint,
previously written movie scripts?

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Can I import in TwelvePoint, previously written movie scripts?
Any previously written scenario in text format can be imported in TwelvePoint using the embedded text parser.

Accepted formats are : RTF, HTML, TXT, DOCX, DOC, FDX (Final Draft Projects), FDXT(Final Draft Templates).

Using TwelvePoint, you have the freedom of using all the tools at your disposal. Write a script from the scratch or import existing content. TwelvePoint gives you the possibility to continue editing and improving your previous scenarios, its script parser can be instructed to import different types of content such as novels or stage plays. For example, if you have a scenario written in Microsoft Word format, it can be converted to TwelvePoint project using the import functions.

TwelvePoint can also convert Final Draft scenarios (FDX) into projects, so you can continue editing your story seamlessly. If needed, the project can be exported back to Final Draft Format and shared with others not using TwelvePoint.

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