The latest CSM LED monitors from CueScript now offer greater flexibility, thanks to adding dual IP connections alongside HD-SDI and composite inputs to cope with all studio workflows. The CSM LED monitors are available in 15-, 17- and 19-inch sizes.
Brian Larter, director, CueScript, said: “While the IP future is a given, we recognise that not all broadcastersare able to transition their entire workflows instantly or completely.
“Our new LED monitors offer broadcasters the best of both worlds: the very latest prompting technology for today’s studios, together with IP connectivity that can be activated when the time is right – whether that is tomorrow or in two years.”
CueScript’s IP-enabled prompting system runs on CueiT prompting software, which the company claimed offers improved ease of use and a shareware style that allows CueiT to be loaded onto every laptop/PC in the facility.
Also available is CueB, which offers connection via Ethernet or USB, and the connectivity of ‘near limitless’ scroll controllers that can also be connected over IP. The CueB produces an
HD-SDI prompting signal, as well as a composite video signal. Multiple CueB units can run independently or simultaneously.