PSCV can load zip-compressed PSCML data that must have the filename extension "zip".
You can use PlayScriptConv to generate PSCML data from text files.
You can use iTunes to send script data from PC to PSCV.
While your device is connected to your PC, open "DEVICES -> Apps".
Select "PSCV" in "Apps" under "File Sharing", add script data into "PSCV Documents".



Then, the data will appear in the scripts list next time it's displayed.
If the list is already displayed, press the "+" button in the top-left of the screen, select "Reload List".



When overwriting an existing script via iTunes, cache of the old script may remain on PSCV.
In that case, press the button in the bottom-left corner and select "Clear Cache".

To receive script data via email, attach the data to an email that your device can receive.
Open the email with Mail app, select the attached data and "Open in PSCV".
Then, PSCV is launched and opens the filename dialogue. You have chance to change the name before adding it by pressing "OK".

 
To download script data from the web, upload the data to somewhere the web browser on your device can reach.
Open the URL, select "Open in PSCV".
Then, PSCV is launched and opens the filename dialogue. You have chance to change the name before adding it by pressing "OK".

 

Feel free to download sample scripts here.
There are some pieces of script data included in PSCV as appendix.
Press the "+" button in the top-left of the scripts list screen, select "From Appendix".

If you tap on upper/lower area in the viewer, it behaves like PageUp/PageDown keys.


※ The areas are invisible in the real app.

Except, if some characters are set to "Lock On", this operation is replaced with "Character Jump".
To hide the top and bottom bars, press the button in the bottom-right corner.
Tapping anywhere on the viewer shows the bars again.

 
"Headlines" means items with one of the types "Characters Headline", "Slugline 1", "Slugline 2" or "Slugline 3".
There are two ways to jump to headlines.
The first one is to press the button in the top-right of the viewer screen, select one of the headlines in ToC.

 

The second is to double-tap on upper/lower area in the viewer.


※ The areas are invisible in the real app.

The second way can scroll the viewer to the top/bottom of the script as well.

While pressing on a script item (dialogue, direction, etc.), its position information is displayed.
The information contains the headline text (i.e. scene title) and the item number.

If some characters are set to "Lock On", page scroll operation (tap on upper/lower area in the viewer) is replaced with "Character Jump".
Lock On mark is displayed on the characters' lines.

 

"Character Jump" scrolls the view so that the Locked-On line will come to upper position in the viewer.
If the line is far from current position, it scrolls the view to the nearest Headline.
Pressing the button in the bottom-left corner shows "Script Setting" screen.
Every setting here is for the current open script only.

 

※ Note that any setting won't be applied to the script unless you press the "Save" button in the top-right.
There are "Normal", "Icon" and "Bubble" view modes.

 

In the "Icon" mode, icons are displayed on character descriptions and dialogues.
In the "Bubble" mode, lines are displayed with speech bubbles.

 
※ Bubble mode is not available in the Lite version.
You can customize the format for each item type.
In the "Item types" screen, preview of the formats are displayed.

 

※ When selecting "Clear" after pressing the button in the top-right of the "Format Setting" screen, the setting gets back to default of the item type.
You can customize the character description format for each character.
In the "Character" screen, press the "+" button in the bottom-left to add characters to customize.
As for characters who are not here, the format setting for item type "Character Description" is applied.
In the "Character" screen, preview of the added characters' description are displayed.

 

※ When selecting "Clear" after pressing the button in the top-right of the "Format Setting" screen, the setting gets back to the format set for item type "Character Description".

▼ The above setting looks like this in the viewer.
You can customize the dialogue format for each character.
In the "Dialogue" screen, press the "+" button in the bottom-left to add characters to customize.
As for characters who are not here, the format setting for item type "Dialogue" is applied.
In the "Dialogue" screen, preview of the added characters' dialogue are displayed.

 

※ When selecting "Clear" after pressing the button in the top-right of the "Format Setting" screen, the setting gets back to the format set for item type "Dialogue".

▼ The above setting looks like this in the viewer.
You can set icons that are displayed in Icon view mode.
In the "Icons" screen, press the "+" button in the bottom-left to add icons, then set character names to each icon.

 

※ If one character has different names in his/her description and dialogue, both names should be set.

▼ The above setting looks like these in the viewer.
 
You can specify characters to "Lock On".
With this setting, page scroll operation (tap on upper/lower area in the viewer) is replaced with "Character Jump" that scrolls the view to Locked-On characters' lines.
Lock On mark is displayed on the characters' lines.



▼ The above setting looks like these in the viewer.
 
To show the appearance table, press the button in the top-right of the viewer screen, select "Appearance" tab.
The table will be generated based on the script's headlines and dialogues.

 

When you tap on a character's name, the name and marks in the column turn into red. At the same time, the names of scenes that the character appears in will become red.
You can quickly check scenes you cannot rehearse by selecting absent characters.
You can also jump to the scene in the viewer screen by tapping on a scene name.

To edit the characters in the table, press the button in the top-right.
To change the width of scene names, drag the top-left cell in the table horizontally.