MovieWriterPro

MovieWriterPro

TarotOceans Dec 4, 2013 @ 12:35am
The inevidable 'Is it actually good' thread
Anyone who has bought it, could you tell us if it is indeed better than our 'poor old text editors', or just a pointless cash grab?
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Niesrind Dec 4, 2013 @ 2:11am 
It sounds to me like you can do everything this program has to offer with paragraph styles and other document structure tools in Word or any other modern text editor.

At the moment, I fail to see any need for this program, because with "normal" text editors you can do much more and if you choose the open office version, you don't have to pay anything for it.
Rooster Jun 20, 2014 @ 1:37am 
In my opinion, I would say this one is worth it. It helps organize a lot of things (ie: secions for the title, cast, script, location, etc), and shortcuts them to key points in the script. For instance, if you were on a new scene, it would bring up a box for you to insert the location of the scene, which one of the characters on your list is there, and so on. There are a few super expensive script-writing programs out there, but this one is pretty simple and easy to figure out.
No_Cookies_for_Zombies Jun 22, 2014 @ 7:13am 
Yes of course you can, but for me it is very creative thread interrupting to do it the hard way. If you want to concentrate on your story and switch fast every time you have a comment to add about characters and places and notes, the intuitive interface of Moviewriter is just what you go for.
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