Production Personnel Can Read, Annotate Screenplays in FDX Format with Correct Pagination
Directors, cinematographers, and anyone else who ever has to refer to a script on set might be interested in Final Draft Reader, an iOS app that allows screenplays in the proprietary FDX file format to be read and annotated on the iPad or iPhone.
Final Draft Reader doesn't let you write or edit a script, but it does allow users to create ScriptNotes. You get the script on and off the device via email and/or Dropbox, and the app supports AirPrint for printing to compatible wireless printers.
Final Draft Writer, which allows users to create and edit scripts on the iPad, is a separate, $50 app. The desktop application is $249.95.
For more information: www.finaldraft.com/
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