Our comprehensive Unity plugin gets your content ready to use in Unity with just a few clicks. With the completely customizable flow traversal engine and out-of-the-box script evaluation you can play through your content with minimal effort. Convenient data access and localization support speed up your workflows even further.
Export object sheets and location maps as Word® docs. Create hyperlinked Word® documents out of branching flow structures.
Export everything to Excel® spreadsheets, grouped by object type on worksheets. Generate localization spreadsheets.
Make your content available right in your pipeline. Use the highly customizable and simple to parse export to .json.
Export content to XML with a fixed schema. This export format contains everything. You have to use an XML parser to read it.
Export flowcharts and location maps as XPS for printer-friendly and resolution-independent vector graphics. Can be converted to PDF.
Use the articy:draft API to write your own individual customized exporters for any desired file format. Details below.
Re-import a spreadsheet that was previously exported out of articy:draft to read and apply changes in the spreadsheet.
Load FinalDraft® files into articy:draft‘s integrated screenplay editor or convert them into pre-wired flowcharts.
Use the articy:draft API to write your own importers from any desired file format or sync content with other tools. Details below.
articy:draft‘s multi-user architecture separates clearly between meta-data (like project names, users, licenses) and the actual project content (anything you create in a project). Meta-data is managed by the articy:server, whereas project content is stored in a revision control system. This approach ensures automated revision management (storage of older file versions with the ability to roll back to a previous version) and transparent collaboration.
If you don’t have a revision management system in place, you don’t have to worry about anything. articy:draft will set up an integrated Subversion (SVN) instance and use it internally. You get all the benefits without the setup time.
If you have an existing SVN or Perforce environment, you can let articy:draft use it. You just need to specify the depot/repository paths and log in with your credentials. Integration into articy:draft‘s workflows and UI are the same as with the internal SVN.
With the articy:draft API, you can allow your external applications to access all data in any articy:draft project. By integrating our .NET library into your own tools, you can connect with the articy:server, open projects and read/write data through your own code. The API slips into the role of a human user and performs any operations in a transparent way, including generated commit messages that end up in SVN or Perforce. Other users that are logged in at the same time can even watch the programmed API users do their work live.
The articy:draft API requires a multi-user environment. If you’re interested in a trial period, please email us and we’ll help you with that.
The articy:draft API is available in our shop.
Note: You may need to open the properties of the downloaded chm file and click “Unblock” in the security section to help the CHM viewer to open that file properly.
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