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Tell Your Story with Celtx

Jul 01, 2010, 20:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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" Want to write your story, create a screenplay, block out a storyboard, or create a comic? Put down the text editor, and pick up Celtx. Based on Firefox, Celtx is an all-in-one tool for media pre-production.

"What do I mean by "media pre-production"? The prep that goes in before shipping a story, filming a screen play, or putting on a stage play. Writing the script, sketching out characters, scheduling the production, managing set pieces, and pretty much everything else you would need to manage.

"Usually, I'm a big fan of Vim for my writing needs — but I'm also a fan of using the right tool for the job. When it comes to the specifics of dealing with media pre-production, I haven't seen a Linux-friendly tool that comes close to Celtx. I wouldn't want to try to use it for a shell script, but it's quite handy for the specific task of media pre-production."

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