The compile feature in Scrivener allows you extensive control over how and what is compiled into a finished product for submitting your work. There are presets for novels, e-books, iBooks, script/screenplay, outlines, as well as a way to create your own custom compile format.
Scrivener is a robust app, so if you if want to really make use of what it can do, you'll have to spend a little time learning about all of its features. If you want a low powered, incredibly simple tool, this is probably not for you. You'll be able to find a lot of them on youtube.com, and
Manuskript is totally free, and the software is accessible which means anybody can make changes to it if they wish . This means that there are likely plugins and/or add-ons to allow you to do whatever you want with the program.
You can quickly and easily see how many lines each character has, as well as what scenes they are in. This makes equalizing the rolls of each much easier, which will help you balance your scenes so your story isn't too heavy on one plot line (or at least it will help you notice if one plotline...