|File Type||Final Draft Document|
|File Format||Proprietary (Final Draft)|
|Popularity||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ Common|
An FDX file is a movie script created with Final Draft version 8 or later. It includes formatted text and script notes, as well as custom page layout data. The content is stored in a standard XML format, which can be viewed in a basic text editor.
Important: Final Draft versions 5 through 7 saved scripts with an .FDR extension. The "FDX" extension introduced in version 8 indicates the file contains XML data.
About Final Draft
Final Draft is a scriptwriting software program used for creating professional scripts. It can be used to write scripts for movies, TV, animations, theater, and graphic novels. The interface is similar to a word processor, but includes several screenwriting-specific features, such as script formatting, character tracking, and script notes.
|Published||August 1, 2013|