Write your story with powerful scriptwriting tools in Adobe® Story Free software. Save time writing scripts for different formats by using customizable templates. Create AV scripts and multicolumn scripts.
Import script metadata directly into Adobe Premiere® Pro CS6 software and quickly search for important video elements such as scenes or characters.
Let Adobe Story maintain the proper script formatting as you write. Choose from a range of standard script types.
Craft your story the way you want and save time writing scripts in different formats using customizable script templates. Modify the appearance of a script to meet the requirements of your production.
Import existing screenplays from Final Draft, Microsoft Word, Movie Magic Screenwriter, and other screenwriting software tools. Export to PDF, XML, CSV, TXT, Microsoft Word, or Movie Magic Scheduling.
Use SmartType to quickly add frequently used character names, dialogue, and transitions, so you can focus on story content. Look up words quickly with easy access to dictionary and thesaurus tools.
Create single-column scripts for films or audiovisual scripts for commercial documentaries, corporate videos, and broadcast productions.
View and compare all versions and drafts, which are stored in the cloud and available offline. Keep drafts organized and accessible in a consolidated place, and gain peace of mind knowing your work won't get lost.
Accurately find revisions made to a script to help ensure that your story remains consistent throughout the development process. Compare selected versions side by side.
Access your Adobe Story projects wherever you have an Internet connection. Leave comments on your script whenever ideas strike, and receive notifications on your mobile device as your Story projects are updated.
Quickly identify dialogue for faster voice recording sessions by using automatic numbering of dialogue elements.
Spend less time reporting and more time planning. Try Adobe Story scheduling functionality by creating schedules* synchronized with your script. Your schedules update automatically as the script changes. You can also create a single schedule from a block of scripts.
* Limited to three schedules in Story Free.
Use multiple columns to describe different aspects of a scene, such as shot narrations, audio descriptions, and character lists.
Prepare for production with easy manual tagging of production elements such as props and sound effects. All tags flow into the stripboard when you create a schedule from your script.†
† Auto-tagging available for English only.
Simplify on-set management by keeping all relevant information as editable production reports in your project. Use more than 10 types of reports, including call sheets, camera cards, and costume continuity.
Organize scene elements for efficient production using the stripboard view. Group scenes and add day breaks and banners. Create resource lists such as props and costumes that can be synced to changes in your script.
Let Story automatically break down your scene. All scene properties including speaking and nonspeaking characters appear in the Properties panel.
Manage the flow of your story by organizing your script into grouped scenes within acts.
Script a scene that involves more than one location, such as a phone call. Locations are formatted clearly in schedules you generate from the script.
Develop content-rich scripts by adding images from location scouts, personal libraries, or a storyboard to help narrate your story.