Ways to Use Teleprompters
During video shoots, it is necessary that the people in front of the camera look directly at the camera lens and deliver their lines. Through-the-lens prompters are ideal for such situations. The versatility of the through-the-lens prompters enables them to be mounted on stands that come with them, on camera plates and jib arms. If you need to use this particular style of prompter during interviews wherein the speaker is not looking at the camera, simply install the prompter in the off-camera arrangement.
Through-the-Lens Prompter for Special Needs
If the through-the-lens prompter needs to be used outdoors, or on jib arm, then specialty equipment is needed for such shoots. As brightness levels may be high during such shoots, it becomes difficult for the in-camera person to read the lines displayed. QTV FDP-12 High-Bright Prompter is a specialty device used for such shoots which not only offers better reading conditions during the shoots, but also is light-weight with flat panel design.
Direct Feeds to Downstage Monitors
If for some reason, you do not want to use through-the-lens prompter, specialty prompter or Presidential speech prompter for the live show, then the script can be relayed to one of the downstage monitors conditionally it accepts composite video signals. Our technicians will ensure the setup causes minimal interference to your network.
The beauty of Presidential teleprompter is the fact that they remain invisible to the audience and camera. The audience just sees glass panels at the sides of the lectern. Camera’s can be pointed in such a way that the glass panels always remain out of the frame. All the while, the speaker is able to clearly read the script from two glass panels. Highly recommended for speeches and televised shows.