Prompt! is revolution in showing speech script to public speaker (either in the «real life» or for TV/radio show writing). Unlike other similar solutions, Prompt! is inexpensive and easy to use.
No bloated software packages, no multiple-unit hardware systems with those huge semi-transparent mirrors and dedicated administrator computer. Just take a laptop, run Prompt! and give the speaker the mouse or keyboard control. With properly adjusted (through a series of quick experiments) camera distance and text size and mouse cord length, youll easily achieve natural-looking scenes.
Operating Prompt! is really easy; chances are you wouldnt even open the manual (which, though, is great). You just import the text from a plain-text file, set up the text size and screen size, and then hit Run. The speaker can control the speed and smoothness of the text motion through keyboard or mouse (all recommendations to do so are also on screen), and also can control the position of line pointing triangle.
The entire application can run either in a window, making other apps visible and available, or in the «Prompt-on-black» mode, when nothing would be visible and annoy, except the speech text. Also, there is an option to run in the mirrored mode for combining the revolutionary Prompt! software with conventional semi-transparent mirror hardware.
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