Celtx utilizes a full tagging system for authors to keep track of characters, cameras, and effects. Match that with storyboard scenes and sequences, built-in schedule production, and the detailed reporting features, and it's pretty easy to create a script with Celtx.
This application is not in the official repositories, but it's pretty easy to install regardless. Just click to download the archive, and extract it to a folder. Navigate to the folder using the terminal, and launch the
./celtx. You can append a
./celtx &to run it in the background.
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