IBC 2015 Tech: CueScript
CueScript | Stand 11.F45 | Website: http://www.cuescript.tv/
CueScript, a developer of professional prompting solutions has launched its new Ethernet-based Mole Foot Control IBC 2015 (Sept 11-15). In addition, the company will present the European debut of the CueScript Collapsible Hood (CSHCM), a unique “pack and go” full-sized hood that folds down for storage or transportation without having to remove the glass.
The Mole Foot Control is designed to sit under a desk or at the presenter’s feet. The Ethernet-based unit with CAN Bus connectivity enables production teams to use the Mole Foot Control anywhere with no specialised cabling required.
CueScript is also demonstrating the CSHCM lightweight collapsible hood that was launched at NAB 2015. This full-sized hood is uniquely able to fold flat without the need to remove the glass, making it fully protected and quick to set up on location, and saves space in a studio setting.
“We’re delighted to bring our latest prompting solutions to IBC to highlight how we harness the latest and best technology and design innovations to solve production challenges,” said Brian Larter, director, CueScript.
Also on display is the CueB, a USB or Ethernet-based external prompting hub that connects to PC or Mac, enabling activation of the CueiT software and allowing additional desktop, foot and wireless controls to be added seamlessly to the CueScript system. With a built in video distribution amplifier, the CueB features two analogue video outputs, genlock and two SDI outputs as standard, allowing connectivity of multiple scroll controls and providing users with an interchangeable control preference.
In addition CueScript will present a wide range of its prompting units, including the CSM LED high bright LED prompters and CSTM talent monitors.
CueScript prompters can also be seen on partner stands including Cartoni, Libec, Miller, Ross Video, Shotoku and Telemetrics.