Ever since I made Fade In, and ever since professional screenwriters discovered it and ever since they’ve started using it and liking it and preferring it, thereâ€™s always been theÂ caveat that for whatever reason (which weâ€™ll get to), and depending on what level of production youâ€™reÂ workingÂ at, you might have to eventually finish in Final Draft. Because the producer wanted it. Or because the studio said you had to. And it wasnâ€™t reallyÂ that much of a big deal because Fade In exports niftily to a Final Draft document. But still, the reason people were using Fade In in the first place was because they thought it was better, and it sort of sucked to have to thunk things down to theÂ older, less ideal format to finish up.
Yeah. Well. You donâ€™t have to do that anymore.