Autocue makes popular teleprompting software free

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Autocue, a global teleprompting company and a Vitec Videocom brand, is showing how teleprompting can save your production time and money by making the unlimited version of their popular QStart teleprompter software free to everyone. Autocue’s Windows/OS QStart software is currently free to all users with or without hardware.

“Our philosophy at Autocue is that every production can benefit from a teleprompter’, says Robin Brown, product manager. “From an improved production workflow and increased confidence of on-screen talent, teleprompters help you get it right on the first take. Now anyone can take advantage of this renowned industry tool, within moments they can download the software and get prompting.’

Autocue’s QStart is downloadable software that can be used offline. This entry-level teleprompting application is based on the QMaster software that is used for leading broadcasts and public events around the world. Autocue’s QStart is easy to use, featuring multi-language text and menus, and icon-based action buttons. Scripts can be easily imported from .doc, .rtf and .txt files. In addition, QStart offers script markers and assignable hot keys for added speed and flexibility.

Autocue’s QStart software is truly a timesaver, reducing the number of takes for faster production and post-production. Users will have the opportunity to control the speed of the text by keyboard or mouse. Alternatively, Autocue offer a wide range of wired and wireless hand and foot controllers to allow precise operator or talent control.

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Chanelle Ellaya is the editor of Screen Africa. She completed her BA Journalism degree at the University of Johannesburg in 2011. While writing is her passion, she has a keen interest in the media in various capacities. Chanelle is an avid social media networker and a firm believer in the power of social and online networking. Between writing and tweeting, she finds time to feed her love for live music.

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