CueCast Prompter 2.1 Released!

Published Tuesday, February 20, 2024 11:36 PM

Hope Techworks is proud to announce the new release of CueCast Prompter 2.1! This version adds new features and enhancements and is a free update for licences purchased since November 2022. For all others, a new licence is required. Try it free for 30 days to evaluate it before buying a licence.

New features include:

  • NewTek NDI output support.
  • Blackmagic Design output support (for SDI and SMPTE 2110).
  • Messages background colour can now be changed from blue. Each message can have their own background colour.
  • Watch files now confirm to overwrite unsaved changes when notified of external change.
  • Displays now list with their display label in preferences instead of display number.
  • Changing a message in the presets or the custom message remotely while live will change the message on the prompter (including clearing the message).
  • Improvements to the Advanced Timer: extra timer tags, warnings when timers will be skipped due to running overtime.
  • Fixed rare crash when starting to prompt.
  • Fixed issue where extenders would not show a script when loading script after prompting had started.
  • Dropped support for Windows 7/8/8.1.
  • Security and stability enhancements.

A new version of CueCast Extender has been released and is required for use with CueCast Prompter 2.1.

Update today to take advantage of these enhancements! Head over to the downloads page and choose the appropriate download for your operating system and platform.

About CueCast Prompter

CueCast Prompter is a fully-featured cross-platform teleprompting software solution with smooth scrolling, rich-text scripts, and an advanced timer system not seen anywhere else!

About Hope Techworks

Hope Techworks develops solutions for the broadcast and media industry, in particular the flagship product CueCast Prompter, as well as integration between various broadcast systems. The director, James Hope, is a software engineer with over 29 years of experience in software design and development and has been in the broadcast industry since 2013.