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Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner's Guide

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Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner's Guide

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (22 chapters)
Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner's guide
About the Author
About the Reviewers
List of Recommended Books on Screenwriting and Productions and Online Resources
Celtx's New Web Look and Smartphone Apps
Future Development of Celtx

Project Library

As we saw in Chapter 1, Obtaining and Installing Celtx that Celtx comes with seven predefined project templates, which are as follows:

  • Film

  • Audio-Visual

  • Theatre

  • Audio Play

  • Storyboard

  • Comic Book

  • Text (hiding down in the scrolling menu on the Splash Page, as shown in the following screenshot)

We also saw, in that same chapter, how new project templates are created and added. We click on whichever type of project we're working on, for example, Film to start a feature movie screenplay.

When we open any project—new or saved—we find the Project Library on the left side (see the following screenshot, which shows the included sample project that comes with Celtx, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz):

Looking in the Project Library window (to the left side of the preceding screenshot), we begin to get an idea of all the things that can be stored with our scripts (and the high-dollar commercial script writing programs do not offer this kind of power). In fact, it's possible to have literally...