Celtx 1.0

It’s already been blogged by Mike Jones and by Bllius too, so our apologies for the duplication to anyone reading this through the machinifeed, but Celtx hit version 1.0 only a few short hours ago.

Celtx, for those who’ve somehow missed it, is one of those astonishing free tools that beats the competition into a bloody pulp, even when the competition is a rather expensive industry-standard tool. Celtx is a scriptwriting tool - a sort of word processor for screenwriters - but it’s so much more than that. You can use a Celtx project to manage almost any aspect of the production process. It’s also got a fantastic online collaborative element, as well as version control and online backup baked in.

If, like us, you’ve been using Celtx for a while now, go and grab the upgrade (Celtx will automatically prompt you to do so the next time you run it). If you haven’t tried Celtx yet … what the heck is wrong with you? “Go get it right now”. Go on. It’s cross-platform and it’s free. Install it, love it, and we’ll say no more about this embarrassing gap in your toolset.