CueScript manuals can be found here.
Controller scroll sensitivity can be changed by connecting the controller via USB interface to the PC running CueiT application. Navigate to "Prompt" -> Controller section -> Settings -> Choose controller -> Set desired sensitivity by adjusting "Scroll sensitivity" slider -> Click OK to save settings. Please note that settings are saved and stored in controller internal memory. See picture here.
Connect CueB and PC running the CueiT application to the same network. CueB should be automatically found by CueiT software (make sure that "Automatically Prompt To New Prompters" option is selected under Prompt Tab -> Prompters -> Prompt to). To add any CueB not automatically recognized by CueiT, but who is active on the network. Enter the IP address. If the CueB is found it will automatically be added as a prompter. If not please check the network connection between the CueiT computer and the CueB. See diagram here.
You must be connected to the internet to register. Launch CueiT software and connect new USB dongle to the PC. "Dongle is not registered" window should pop up after few seconds. Select "Register Now". You will be redirected to the Welcome screen. If you have previously registered product on our site, or have a log in on cuescript.tv, you may enter your email and password under “Returning Customer” otherwise, select “Continue” to register as a New Customer. (You may need to scroll down for Returning customer section). Please fill out the information requested on the next page, and select “Continue” at the bottom. If the registration is successful you may see a “dongle disconnected” error, which is normal. Hit OK, and your dongle will be registered for 365 days, and is transportable to any computer with CueiT running.
You must be connected to internet to register. Launch CueiT software on your PC and connect CueB to the same network. "Prompter is not registered" window should pop up after few seconds. Select "Register Now". You will be redirected to the Welcome screen. If you have previously registered product on our site, or have a log in on cuescript.tv, you may enter your email and password under “Returning Customer” otherwise, select “Continue” to register as a New Customer. (You may need to scroll down for Returning customer section). Please fill out the information requested on the next page, and select “Continue” at the bottom. If the registration is successful you may see a “prompter disconnected” error, which is normal. Hit OK, and your CueB will be registered for 365 days, and is transportable to any computer with CueiT running.
Please follow "CueiT - Connecting to a Newsroom" guide. This can be viewed here.
CueiT Premier was designed as a dual-screen application. The main monitor will act as your CueiT software interface and the secondary monitor will be the video output to prompter. You will have to connect your secondary graphic card video output to prompt monitor and set your multiple displays to Extended desktop mode.
Windows typically uses a wide-screen resolution for most video-output, however, optimally the secondary monitor should have a 4:3 resolution if it is going out to a traditional on-camera prompter monitor. As this format best fits prompt screen sizes. 1024 x 768 is preferred. When this is set click "Prompt ON", drag Prompt Window to Prompt Monitor and press F11 to full screen the display. See picture here.
The computer specification requirements for CueScript CueiT software are as follows:
- Operating System: Windows 7* SP1 and higher, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 & Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate licenses).
*Platform Update KB2670838 required for Windows 7
- Hard Drive: 500MB of free disk space.
- Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 and higher support
- RAM: 4GB
- Processor: 2nd-generation Core i5 (2GHz+), 3rd/4th-generation Core i5, or equivalent.
- CueiT Premier Only: Recommended HDMI, DVI or VGA output (for Secondary monitor display output.)
CueiT software supports the following file types:
.cue (native CueiT files)
.txt (Text File UTF-8)
.docx (Microsoft Word Open XML Format Document files)
.rtf (Rich Text Format)
Please check that "Hide Blank Lines" option is not selected under: Prompt Tab -> Overrides.
Please follow "Install and Register" guide. This can be viewed here.
Connect power, network cable and prompt monitor to the CueB (it takes up to 30 seconds for the CueB to fully start up). "[eth0]: x.x.x.x" message will be displayed on the prompt monitor.
To change default formatting for all prompt output, please navigate to "Script Tab" -> "Styles section". Right-click on "Prompt Output", choose Edit and set desired font and formatting. See picture here.
Please check under Windows Network Connections if Microsoft Loopback Adapter is enabled and all proxy server settings are removed.
All CueScript products carry a 3 year warranty.
A 2 year extension (to bring warranty to 5 years in total) can be purchased if required by contacting the CueScript team:
US Office - Tel: +1 (203) 763 4030 | Fax: +1 (203) 987 3798 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Office - Tel: +44 (0)20 3757 8880 | Email: email@example.com
1. Remove top three screws on hood.
2. Lower the glass frame.
3. Place the glass on the glass frame within the side guides, making sure the sticker is on the side facing the talent. (This ensures glass is correctly oriented.)
4. Push glass into the guide slot at the back/bottom end of frame, and secure tabs at top corners.
5. Raise frame and reattach top screws with glass secured.
To clean the prompter glass, carefully remove it from the hood and gently clean with warm soapy water, or non-abrasive detergent like lens cleaner using a soft cotton or microfiber cloth. If you use a standard glass cleaning product or abrasive material (like paper towel), the reflective coating may be removed from the glass and it will need replacing.
Pin outs are as follows: Pin 1 -- GND, Pin 4 -- +12V DC
When the CueScript Cue Light Sensor is installed, it allows the built in Cue Lights to illuminate when the sensor sees sufficient light and connected accessories like CueNumber and Time Display will turn their colour from green to red. Typically the sensor is affixed with a Velcro ring around the camera tally light LED and connected to mini-B USB input on prompter monitor. There are two additional ways the Cue Lights, CueNumber and Time Display may be triggered. Grounding (through a relay or transistor switch) the sensor input will cause the Cue Lights to illuminate. A second way is to apply a voltage (5-24 VDC) to the +Logic Tally input (Tally Sensor In pin 2).
Pin 1. Red (Sensor in)
Pin 2. White (+ logic Tally)
Pin 3. Green (no connection)
Pin 4. NC (no connection)
Pin 5. Black (Ground)