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Networkable prompting on Cue

10 September 2016
Networkable prompting on Cue

The latest update to the Unicode-compliant CueiT multi-language script prompting software is available in three versions: the entry-level CueiT Premier, CueiT Production and CueiT News. The Production and News versions come with CueScript’s CueB, a networkable (USB or Ethernet) device that produces composite and SDI video.

CueScript controllers, whether desk or presenter foot controls, can be connected via local USB, Ethernet or CanBus. In theory, users could connect an unlimited number of controllers over Ethernet, at any distance, while up to 128 controllers can be connected over CanBus using standard coax.

CueScript’s latest prompting units include the CSF10, a lightweight but fully featured prompting system designed for use with jibs and cranes. It can be used with a collapsible hood and prompter glass or as a straight reading system without any additional hardware, and features a 2000 nit screen readable in bright daylight.

The CSTM24 24-inch HD-SDI talent monitor weighs 4.5kg and has a double arm mounting system with no restriction to the camera support, either manual or robotic.

CueScript is supporting IBC with prompting systems for IBC TV News and for the IBC Awards on Sunday evening. It also has a complete line up of systems on the Ross Video stand with CueiT software integrated into the system workflow.

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