How to Put Celtx Scripts on Your iPod

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Celtx is a lightweight, handy application that is free unless yo upgrade to the "Plus" version. Put Celtx scripts on your iPod with help from an expert in the world of Apple retail in this free video clip.

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Hey, I'm Skylar. If you've ever wanted to write for film or t.v. or theater you've probably come across Celtx at some point. It's really handy. It's a lightweight application. It's free unless you get the Celtx plus and all the kits they have for it. But it makes screen writing actually kind of a breeze. It's pretty close to final draft actually. If you wanted to put a script that you've written in Celtx on your iPod you've got two different options. You could download the Celtx app and I'll show you what that looks like right here. This is Celtx and here's a sample screenplay. So you can see the screen play. It's got continuous scrolling. Pretty cool. You can tap on it and/or edit it. And you've got a lot of the tools that are familiar from Celtx. But if you want to bring in a screenplay that you've written on your computer, the easiest way to do it is with their cloud sync account. So it's free to make one. You set it up on your computer and on your iPod and then you can sync changes back and forth. The other way to do it is to email yourself a PDF or to put that on drop box or even just sink it through iTunes. So if I go into iBooks right now and take a look at my PDFs, I've got a screenplay here. And this is one that I wrote. It was some time ago. But here we go. So I;m actually looking at my PDF screenplay. And I can zoom in and zoom out and do all that sort of stuff. I actually like doing this because the iBooks application is pretty fast and PDFs are really standard. So I could even open this one and, good reader or drop box, any number of applications. And it makes it really easy to share it with people. To give feedback when people share scripts with you, all that sort of stuff. So there's your short answer, thanks for watching, I'm Skylar.


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