Get it right Dylan
I think you will find that the $70 includes two copies and there are several export options including PDF and RTF. Please be accurate or you are wasting peoples time.
Author: Sean Jones on Monday, October 18, 2010
Is Practical Scriptwriter any good. Only if you like wasting $70
When I found Practical Scriptwriter I was excited to find a scriptwriter that was free and downloaded so quickly. So far: Good. Then I begin writing a script, just for kicks, and I realize that I want to let a friend see it, so I go to print, but you can't with the unregistered version, so I go to register, but the problem is, registration costs $70. This seems like a bit to me seeing how you could pay for a $30 one and get more, or even get a free one, which I thought this one was.
Another problem is that once you get started, and if you decide that you don't like it and want to move your script onto a program like word by copying and pasting, you can't! The program is made so that the only way you can copy is to select parts of the script in pieces.
However, I do like the character, emotion, time, and a lot of other details that allow you to go in depth in details without going over the 70 page norm for a movie script. I would recommend this if you don't have the money, especially when you can get Cinergy scriptwriter, which I've heard about, and am currently downloading as I type this. If I gave this a score, it would be 50% approval, or a 5/10.
Author: Dylan Miller on Tuesday, May 20, 2008