Trelby is a free open source screenplay application for Linux and Windows. With this tool you can write beautiful screenplays for movies, dramas, stage shows and web series. It comes with a powerful screenplay editor that supports format modification and pagination, autocomplete, and spell checking. Other useful features include script version comparison, built-in name database for over 200,000 names, and report generators for dialogue, characters, and scenes.
Screenplays are imported from formatted text, .fdx, .celtx, .fountain, .astx, and .fadein file formats and exported in PDF, formatted text, HTML, RTF, .fdx, and .fountain file formats. I can do it. You can also add watermarks to your PDF export. Released under the GPL license.
Install Trelby on Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04 or later
Tested on Ubuntu 20.04
Trelby is available as a native .deb package file. Download the latest development version of Trelby from the download link below and save it in your download folder.
Recommended reading: How to install AnimationMaker on Ubuntu
Note: The stable version of Trelby will not work on the latest version of Ubuntu. Therefore, please download this development version.
Right-click on the downloaded zip file and select Extract here. Inside is a trelbydeb file.
Then open the terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and go to the Trelbydeb file.
sudo dpkg -i trelby_2.2.1_all.deb
here “trelby_2.2.1_all.debIs the extracted .deb file. Change this command based on the file name.
sudo apt install -f
You can use this command to open trelby.