FadeIn. An Alternative to Final Draft

For the screenwriters out there, behold the best screenwriting software that will make Hollywood Juggernaut Final Draft to run for their money. Its name is FadeIn And guess what ? it’s a cheap alternative that costs you only $ 79.

As a freelance screenwriter, I have been writing spec scripts since summer 2003 when I got my hand on the hard copy of RoboCop. Since them, I started writing screenplays for my own enjoyment but sadly I never had a chance to complete them (writer’s block maybe). Back then, I used Word 2003 as my primary script processing software.



Later on, I stumbled on Final Draft 7.x —  a software that has been used by many renowned screenwriters in the industry. AVATAR and Titanic’s director James Cameron, compares his purchased copy of Final Draft as a Ferrari.  The only catch is I’m not as rich as James Cameron to acquire a licence of Final Draft that costs a whooping $ 250.

However, after hearing Seth Boston, a writer from GOTHAM TV Show, making a switch from Final Draft to FadeIn,  my initial thought was, “okay, let’s give it a try”.  The end result is just amazing, FadeIn is by far the best and the cheapest alternative to both Final Draft and Movie Magic Screenwriter 6. It offers all the tools you need to write, edits, lock and revise your drafts before submitting them for production.  FadeIn software sports a streamlined, super clean, User Interface, that let you focus on the content of your story.

A copy of FadeIn costs only $ 79 and it is available right on the official website.


Author: Sofiane Madani Merouani

Up in the air. Pop Corn Lover and a Dreamer - Avid Reader, Writer and Retro Gaming Collector.

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