Linux Teleprompter Software
TeleKast is your means for creative communication. It is an application you can use for your school, church or any organization which needs features like a script editor and teleprompter. Basically, you first create a script and then you can use it for just about anything. Broadcast journalism, whether in a school or professional television studio, can benefit from the built in teleprompter. The scripts could also be used for purposes such as interviews, feature stories or someone reading when standing in front of a crowd.
Please let us know how we can make TeleKast work for you by submitting a feature request, or contributing to the users forum if you need technical support. And, finally, if you find a bug, please report it so we can fix it.
- Full-Screen Teleprompter
- Script Editor
- Mirrored Screen Text
- Script-able Cues
- Customizable Font Size and Color
- Keyboard Shortcuts
- Rich-Text Formatting
- Multi-Monitor Friendly
|Updated||May 9th, 2013|
|Free Trial Period||forever|
|Requirements||Windows, MAC OSX or Linux
CAN Prompter (free)
CAN Prompter is a teleprompting application for MacOSX and Windows. It allows you “prompt” regular text files or script files created with CAN Script on up to three screens. It allows you to manage a list of separate files that will be displayed in order. You can speed up, pause or slow down the prompting rate. You can change the running order while prompting or loop the list for practice.
CAN Prompter is really designed for computers with two or more monitors, though it will run on a single screen. Each output can be configured as b/w or w/b and/or mirrored output. In a television studio the second monitor is usually attached to an NTSC/PAL video output and sent to the cameras so the talent can read the copy, but you could also just take the standard VGA/DVI out of your graphics card and distribute that.
|Free Trial Period||unlimited free verison|
|Price||$60 for license|
|Requirements||Windows XP or newer;
or MAC OSX;
|Product Page||CAN Prompter|