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CueScript Intros CueiT Software and CSF10 Prompter System at NAB 2016

The new CSF10 is a lightweight yet fully featured prompting system designed for use with jibs and cranes

At NAB 2016CueScript, the leading developer of professional prompting solutions, will unveil the CueiT range of prompting software for the first time in the US. The new CSF10 prompter system, designed for use with jibs and cranes, also makes its US debut on Stand N3412.

The development team behind the CueiT prompting software boasts many collective years of hands-on prompting experience and a deep understanding of what it is to be a prompt operator. This experience is borne out in the intuitive feature set, which includes:
· Ribbon menu style, making all features viewable and accessible, without impeding the view of the script and run order
· Quick commands and features that can be accessed from multiple locations within the programme for convenience and ease of use
· Markers to enable the operator to create their own sub-run order and pinpoint positions to instantly navigate to within the script, either on their edit screen and/or the prompt output
· No separate configuration menu; all features are to hand without needing to come out of prompt mode

The software is Unicode compliant with multi-language and full bi-directional ability within a script. It is available in three versions: CueiT premier for the entry level market, CueiT Production and CueiT News.

The new CSF10 is a lightweight yet fully featured prompting system designed for use with jibs and cranes. It can be used with a collapsible hood and prompter glass or as a straight reading system without any additional hardware, and features a 2000nit screen that is easy to read even in bright daylight conditions. The mounting system is rock solid, giving crane and jib operators the assurance of no movement or wobble at the end of a camera move. The system also features intelligent Cuelights that are automatically switched to either direction by a built-in motion sensor known as an ‘accelerometer’.

In addition, CueScript will demonstrate the next-generation in talent monitors with the CSTM24. This 24” HD-SDI talent monitor weighing in at 4.5 kgs features a double arm mounting system with no restriction to the camera support, either manual or robotic.

Joining CueScript on Stand N3421 at NAB 2016 will be a number of industry partners, including Grass Valley, Ross Video, Cartoni, Libec, Miller and Shotoku.