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Top 5 Screenwriting Applications for Linux

Jul 06, 2011, 22:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Celtx: If you are a Linux user who is seriously considering professional screenwriting, then Celtx is your best bet. This free, cross-platform tool allows writers to create industry-standard screenplays in a quick, hassle-free manner. And, even though it comes with great screenwriting features like Revision mode, Text Lock, Index Cards and more, it is not a dedicated screenwriting tool. Celtx, in fact, is a media pre-production software that allows artists to create and organize media projects like documentaries, audio plays, movies, podcasts and even comic books and games. However, despite being packed with so many features, Celtx is a competitive screenwriting software which might become an industry standard someday."

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