Below you can choose the version of CueiT most suitable for you, view the features and IP capabilities of the CueB as well as our wired and wireless scroll controls.
CueScript are developing a range of exciting new software applications designed to enhance the prompting process for presenters, producers and technical staff.
CueMe is an app for CueScript’s CueiT prompting software application that opens up the ability for presenters and production staff to preview scripts in real time on their mobile devices, whether in the studio or on location, eliminating the need for printed copies. This environmentally friendly, paperless advanced viewing of up-to-date information is also perfect for script reference at OB's or on location, without effecting the live prompt output.
CueMe interacts with CueiT’s API to allow a user to see active rundowns and scripts within their CueiT application, on a mobile or tablet device, with zoom functions for ease of viewing and personal font size preference. CueMe has support for both LTR and RTL languages. Users can browse and scroll through current and upcoming scripts, without affecting the on-camera prompt, and see updates in real-time with auto-refresh.
There is no limit to the number of users in a production that can use CueMe, and the app is also capable of connecting to multiple CueiT applications and remembering those locations, so users can easily move between studios in a larger facility.
- Scroll through any scripts without affecting the on-camera prompt.
- Reference real-time updates of scripts, facts and figures on your personal device from any location.
- Environmentally friendly, paperless, and interactive.
CueScript’s desktop control device that adjusts the speed and direction of scrolling text on the prompter, featuring quick command buttons that allow navigation around the script and trigger configurable commands.
The CSSC control is used by the prompt operator, whose role can be extremely intense and highly pressured. The CSSC was created by focussing on the operator’s workflow and the tools they need.
Included with all CueiT software packages and can connect to the CueScript Foot Control (CSFSC) to be used as a deskpad. Power over Ethernet (PoE).
CueScript’s foot control device that operates and adjusts the speed and direction of scrolling text on the prompter.
With a stylised and sturdy design, employing the very latest components for durability and reliance, the CSFSC Foot Scroll Control uses a capacitive encoder (CE) to give finite control and 100% reliability. Much like an accelerator pedal, the further the pedal is pushed, the faster the scroll of text. Carefully designed and engineered to provide the optimal balance of sensitivity, resistance and comfort, whether standing or seated.
Features an instant reverse button, allowing the pedal to be forward scrolling and the button to be reverse for better control, and the option of an additional auxiliary programmable command button, configurable within CueScript's CueiT software.
The CueScript CSFSC Foot Control connects via USB or Ethernet (PoE).
Additionally, the CueScript Desktop Scroll Control (CSSC) can connect to the CSFSC to act as a presenter desk pad. Connection is via RJ11, so power is shared and quick command buttons are easily accessed by the presenter. These allow navigation around the script and trigger configurable commands within CueScript’s CueiT software, when controlling the speed and direction of scroll by foot.
CueScript’s wireless hand control is a hand-held device designed to be used by the presenter/speaker to adjust the speed and direction of scrolling text on the prompter.
The CSSCW wireless hand control features a slider which provides easy adjustment of speed and direction of scroll, increased control and a comfortable, ergonomic feel.
Quick command buttons are at the presenters’/speakers’ fingertips for fast navigation around the script and the ability to trigger configurable commands.
Due to the CSSCW control being wireless and hand-held it allows for freedom of movement whilst maintaining control of the prompt.
As with all CueScript scroll controls, the CSSCW receiver unit has Ethernet connectivity, as well as USB and CAN bus.
CueScript’s wireless foot control device that operates and adjusts the speed and direction of scrolling text on the prompter.
This wireless version of the CueScript foot control allows for freedom of prompting location. Like an accelerator pedal, the further the pedal is pushed, the faster the scroll of text.
With a stylised and sturdy design, employing the very latest components for durability and reliance to give finite control and super smooth scrolling, the CueScript foot pedal has been carefully designed and engineered to provide the optimal balance of sensitivity, resistance and comfort, whether standing or seated.
As with all CueScript scroll controls, the CSFSCW receiver unit has Ethernet connectivity, as well as USB and CAN Bus.
Please note that an external 12V power source is required for the CSFSCW wireless foot control.
A truly operator and production friendly prompting software has been born! CueiT has been developed with a deep understanding of what it is to be a prompt operator.
Having had hands on experience, the development team share a vast knowledge from the studio floor to newsrooms and corporate work alike.
Simplicity of visual content, yet intensely packed with necessary and useful features, all of which can be easily viewed and accessed within the one screen – that was the task we gave ourselves and achieved in CueScript style. CueiT has a different structure to that of other prompting software, but upholds a familiar feel with ribbon menus and shortcuts, making it extremely user friendly.
Available for both Windows and Mac.
To suit all types of production there are 3 versions of CueiT to choose from. Click below to decide which is right for you.
The CueB is the hub of the CueScript prompting system, activating the CueiT software, enabling prompt output and control of the prompt output.
Connecting via Ethernet or USB, and featuring SMTPE 2110 Standard for dual video output via an SFP fibre network (license initialised), the CueB has a built in VDA (video distribution amplifier) offering 2 analogue video outputs and 2 HD-SDI outputs as standard.
The sleek styled box allows connectivity of an unlimited number of scroll controls, wired or wireless, via Ethernet (PoE) or USB (direct to the computer), providing interchangeable control preference.
Multiple CueB devices can run independently or simultaneously and a rack mount for the CueB is available.
The CueB is included in both the CueiT Production and CueiT News software packages, compatible with both Windows and Mac.
- Connects via Ethernet or USB, featuring SMPTE 2110 IP.
- Analogue and HD-SDI outputs as standard.
- Rack mountable.
The CueScript openGear Card is an alternative to the CueB device that, as the hub of the CueScript IP teleprompting setup, brings new levels of integration to studio builds, advantages in power, connectivity and reduction of physical footprint. The openGear card is mounted in an openGear frame (frame not sold by CueScript), significantly saving rack unit space. Studios can now deploy up to 10 prompting channels in just 2U of rack space.
Features Ethernet interface to CueiT, multiple control connectivity via IP, CAN Bus (direct to the openGear card), or USB direct to the CueiT computer, and enables the prompt signal with Composite and HD-SDI video outputs.
Includes the CueScript openGear card and backplate with CueiT Production license. If ordering CueiT News version, the CueiT News upgrade (CSNLU) is required.
This new function of the user-friendly CueiT prompting software allows messages and timings to be displayed on the prompter.
The messages are displayed on the prompter output as overlay to the scrolling script. Single or multiple messages can be displayed individually or simultaneously. They are fully configurable within the Styles Menu of CueiT, giving operators the ability to define the position on screen, size, font, colours and formatting.
In addition to text messaging, operators can provide time information both in the form of a clock - sourced from a local PC clock or internal/external NTP server - and a timer via the MasterClock RC600 device.
Compatible add-on for all CueiT license types.
Includes interface for control via the MasterClock RC600 count device (MasterClock RC600 available for purchase from MasterClock).