Adobe Story software helps you plan and schedule fast-paced video projects with powerful preproduction tools. Outline your ideas, write scripts quickly with automatic formatting, and organize preproduction by generating schedules and production reports from script metadata. Collaborate by sharing projects. Integrate with Adobe Premiere® Pro CS5.5 and CS6 software to streamline your post-production workflow.
Adobe Story is ideal for screenwriters, writing teams, first assistant directors, production managers, and editors who want a powerful, full-featured, collaborative preproduction solution that helps save time and money during production by generating schedules and production reports, and streamlines post-production by leveraging script metadata.
Adobe Story is available in three versions, each of which offers advantages over other scriptwriting software:
• Adobe Story Free is professional screenwriting software available free on Adobe.com, providing standard writing tools that automatically format your script as you type. Write for various types of projects using customizable script templates and multicolumn scripts. Import scripts written in Final Draft, Movie Magic Screenwriter, and Microsoft Word. Access your projects anywhere you have an Internet connection.
• Adobe Story Plus is a complete, collaborative scheduling and preproduction solution. Stay on time and on budget with additional features not available in Adobe Story Free. Generate up-to-date schedules and production reports from script metadata, including tags created automatically or manually. Work on your projects online as well as offline by using the Adobe Story Plus desktop application. Stay in sync with your team using collaboration features such as Share Projects.
To start using Adobe Story Free or Story Plus, log in with your Adobe ID on the Adobe Story login page (if you do not have an Adobe ID, you can create one there).
Visit Adobe Story Help to find out more about using Story.
See the tech specs for system requirements and available languages for Story.
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