Interactive Theater Portable
Made as the portable edition of Interactive Theater, this is an approachable software program designed to help you write and edit TV scripts in a user-friendly environment.
Since there is no installation involved, you can extract the program files anywhere on the disk and just click the executable to launch Interactive Theater.
Otherwise, you can save it to a removable storage unit to work with it on any PC with minimum effort. It doesn't alter the Windows registry configuration, and this version doesn't contain third-party components.
Simple interface and options
The user-friendly GUI is represented by a normal window with a comfortable-looking word processor, where you can type or paste text or open files with the .rtf or .txt format.
It's possible to customize the color of selected words, emphasize them by making them Bold, Italic or Underline, write them off with strikethrough, change the text alignment, increase or decrease the text size, create bulleted lists, as well as attach multimedia from external files, along with various commands, such as audio player (e.g. stop or play), video player, fade in, or projector off. What's more, you can adjust the volume level and fade effect.
The app provides you with a basic search-and-replace function. You can configure Windows audio and monitor settings, disable the screensaver, switch to another language for the interface, save the project to resume it later, export it to .rtf or .txt format, as well as to print written information.
Evaluation and conclusion
There were no difficulties in our testing, thanks to the fact that Interactive Theater worked error-free. Its impact on the computer's performance was barely noticeable, using low CPU and RAM. It has basic and intuitive text editing options, and it's freeware.
On the other hand, it doesn't come equipped with more advanced settings for experienced screenwriters. Nevertheless, you can test Interactive Theater for yourself.