FADE IN: A QUICKSTART GUIDE
I am an enthusiastic user and promoter of the screenwriting program Fade In. I have no business connection with the program. However, I thought so highly of Fade In that I wrote a short guide for how to obtain it and set it up. My enthusiasm for Fade In rests on a number of reasons.
- Fade In is rich in features.
- Fade In is lightning-fast in execution.
- The developer, Kent Tessman, responds to users.
- The program is extremely competitive in price. It is about $50.
- Your license allows you to use Fade In on all of your own computers.
- The import-and-export capability is highly accurate. You can import and export Final Draft .fdx files with perfection. Good PDF files (those created with quality drivers) import with near perfection. Fountain support is phenomenal.
- The program is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The QuickStart Guide is available as PDF files that have been optimized for various screen sizes.
- Fade In: QuickStart (US Letter)
- The size is appropriate for computer screens and for standard US paper.
- Fade In: QuickStart (A4)
- The size is appropriate for computer screens and for A4 paper.
- Fade In: QuickStart (A5)
- The size is appropriate for large tablets.
- Fade In: QuickStart (C6)
- The size is appropriate for medium tablets and larger phones.
- Fade In: QuickStart (A6)
- The size is appropriate for smaller phones.