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Best practices

Best practices: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10
Best practices: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10

The best script in the world isn't worth anything if you can't find it. Roger talks about best practices for naming your files to keep track of the various versions of your script. Also covered is backups, including a simple 3-2-1 system to insure that even in a worst-case scenario, your work won't be irretrievably lost. Key to the system is keeping at least one copy "offsite," such as in the cloud.

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Filmmaking Screenwriting Video Final Draft

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