Scriptango is a revolutionary web-service that analyzes screenplays and generates a comprehensive and detailed Visual Report. Observe the charts, spot flaws and their cause in your story and rewrite efficiently.
"What a clever tool you've come up with. Certainly very useful in checking/tracking the Tempo and helpful in identifying potential problems. I'll likely be trying this again with other screenplays. Thank you." -- Andy Davie
We are a group of screenwriters and programmers who have taken the screenwriting experience one step forward, beyond black text on white paper. They say "one picture is worth a thousand words"... We believe that a visual representation of a screenplay can help the screenwriters understand their story better, and improve it more easily.
We help screenwriters do a better job, by showing them instead of telling. Our smart software analyzes their PDF screenplay and generates five colorful charts of the following four key elements: Tempo, Action, Conflict and Structure. This report gives both a comprehensive visual overview, and a detailed page-by-page valuable information. It's the perfect validation and reflection tool, for taking your screenplay to the next level.
1) Purchase the desired number of reports, which you can use later for rewrites/revisions, or new screenplays (you can use them at anytime). If you already possess unused reports that you've previously purchased, skip payment.
2) Submit your screenplay using the form below, and you'll receive your Visual Report within hours!
* we will not to send your screenplay to anyone else.
** we accept screenplays or TV scripts over 50 pages only.
* The above charts were generated from online screenplays, which may differ from the actual produced films.
The purpose of the report is to make the screenwriters understand their screenplay better, and make the next rewrite sessions as effective as possible. "One picture is worth a thousand words" fits perfectly here. Visual translates better, so it's easier to get a comprehensive overview and spot flaws purely by observation. We don't offer "right" vs. "wrong" evaluation, since this is subjective, but rather an opportunity to reflect on the work through a different lenses.What does the Visual Report contain?
The report contains four charts that analyze and visualize the following key elements of the screenplay:
Tempo - measures the level of changes which ultimately drive the story forward. Many factors are taken into account, including data from the other charts.
Action - measures the level of activities. It does not necessarily mean “car chase” or “fight”, but any events in which physical operations are performed.
Conflict - measures the level of negative interaction between characters. This is mainly achieved by examining their sentiments, mood and emotions.
Structure - measures the level of the writing craft itself which contributes to a better flowing story, like scenes length and dialogue-descriptions relation.
The numbers below the chart (x-axis) represent the pages of the screenplay. Each colored line on the chart represents a level from 1 to 5, where 1 is the lowest level and 5 is the highest. The darker the color, the higher the level of that page. By looking at the charts it's quite straight-forward to realize the various levels of the Tempo, Action, Conflict and Structure of any given page.How to rewrite effectively based on the Visual Report?
High level (dark color) does not necessarily mean the result is "good" or "right". Some screenwriters, for example, would prefer a low Tempo sequence. The screenwriter must validate the results with his/her expectations, and if they don't meet, he/she needs to rewrite accordingly. By looking at the charts, the screenwriter can easily spot "flat areas", lack of diversity, or parts with different results than expected. Those are the sections that should be rewritten.How can the charts be generated by a computer?
Our engineers are experts in the Computer Science field called NLP (Natural Language Processing), which studies the ability of a program to analyze and understand human language (spoken or written). And what is a screenplay? It’s text with a certain structure, rules and purpose. For example, to measure Conflict we auto-analyze the characters' sentiments, mood and emotions. A computer can often extract more valuable data than the human brain.What are the requirements for submission?
It needs to be over 50 pages, or else it results ineffective charts. Furthermore, the screenplay must meet industry formatting standards, be in English, and in PDF format.What about privacy and security?
We will not send your screenplay to anyone else, nor use it for purposes other than processing it with our software. Furthermore, our website is extremely secure for submissions and payments, and guarded by McAfee and Comodo SSL.Why is the price of the Visual Report report so low?
We charge low prices for the reports because it's an automated process. No humans are reading the screenplays, it's all done by a computer. True, we've spent a lot of time and money developing this software, but we want it to be affordable for everyone.Is there a money-back/refund policy?
Yes! Our policy is money-back-guarantee-no-questions-asked. For whatever reason you can ask for your money back within 7 days, and you will get it.
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