NEW YORK, NAB 2010 Stand C.9921 – QTV are developing an iPad prompter, to sit within its entry-level range, alongside the award-winning iPhone prompter. NAB will also see the release of Mac OS prompting software.
Like the iPhone prompter, the iPad will be teamed with QTV’s existing Starter Series hardware to create an on-camera teleprompter. The product is designed for use with the prompting apps available from Apple.
Customers can simply select QStart Mac or PC (Windows 7 compatible) to be included with any their Starter Series prompting package. QStart Mac will also be available to buy as standalone prompting software for any Mac users who want to team it with Professional or Master Series hardware.
The Starter Series is aimed at small production and AV companies, and education, corporate and government institutions. It is available in a range of monitor sizes (7” to 17”) or as a conference system.
All systems include PC or Mac software and are available for next day delivery. QTV’s full teleprompting, newsroom and production offer can be found on stand C.9921 and at www.autocue-qtv.com
About Autocue Group
Autocue has been serving the broadcast industry since the 1950s, and with the introduction of the QSeries family of software, has became the only company to offer the television industry a single solution for all transmission, newsroom, scripting and prompting requirements. Autocue Group is known worldwide for its service and dependability, serving such prestigious clients as the BBC, Bloomberg, NBC and CNN. The Group’s prompting solutions are compatible with all newsroom systems on the market and are used all over the world by broadcasters, production professionals, government facilities and corporate producers. See www.autocue-qtv.com for more details.