You can manage and navigate your scenario like you do with files and folders using the outline view.
E.g., Drag & Drop acts, scenes or paragraphs.
More than just index cards.
Use tagging to create sub-plots, associate props to scenes.
Your imagination is the limit!
Create your story with specific designed tools for character and story development.
Publish your story based on the industry standard formats for movies, teleplays, stage plays, books and comics.
You can build your movie script or you novel like in a chat. When writing a dialogue, just select a character and write the content. No margins, no additional tabs needed.
No more need for sheets of paper! All your drafts can be stored on your device or on the iCloud.
By default, all the scenario are created as PDF and RTF files. Additional most common formats are available as well (e.g., EPUB, txt, html, fdx).
After the final draft, you can switch to the production version, activating the review mode. Each change will be tracked according to the standard Hollywood color code (blue, pink, yellow, yellow, etc.). Revised scenarios can be shared like any other project.
Separates the content from the formatting. Change the order of the scenes, remove paragraphs, add new ones, assign tag to scene, events, paragraphs... the final layout is always perfect, no matter what, just with one click!
Generate and export in text format, statistical reports of your scenario.
Reports present a scenario using predefined indicators.
E.g., how many times and when a specific location is used.
Screenplays and all the other available type of scripts can be written in all languages supported by the device.
The user interface, the tutorials and the help are available in: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
Everything you create can be shared encrypted.
The project will be protected with a password, and you will be able to send confidential information from unsecured locations (e.g., public internet).
Every project can be stored locally or on the iCloud and shared among devices.
TwelvePoint remembers your configuration.
Set up your workspace once and start writing. Use the "Dark Night" theme color, when you work at night to have the maximum of the contrast with the minimum impact on the eyes. Change the font type for the user interface, pinch-zoom on a panel to modify the font size.
TwelvePoint supports five types of scripts.
Screenplays, teleplays, stage-plays, books and comics.
(All types of scripts can be converted to other formats, without requiring content modification)
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