CueScript's IP teleprompters make their way to IBC
The new monitors which debuted at NAB this year come in 15, 17 and 19 inch sizes
CueScript will be taking its new IP-enabled CSM LED monitors to next month's IBC show in Amsterdam.
The new monitors can be integrated into an IP workflow as well as work with HD-SDI and composite video inputs for use with CueScript’s IP-enabled prompting system. The monitors are available in 15in, 17in and 19in sizes.
The IP-enabled prompting system runs on CueiT prompting software and a shareware styl loaded onto laptops and PCs. The CueB engine offers connection via Ethernet or USB and scroll controllers that can also be connected over IP. The CueB produces a true HD-SDI prompting signal, as well as a composite video signal. Multiple CueB’s can run independently or simultaneously and can be rack mounted in the C.A.R or anywhere in a studio complex.