Which type teleprompter are you use?

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Which type teleprompter are you use?

Hello dear colleagues

 

I want to ask  which type teleprompter use?

I have experience with this BestView T1 prompter

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but it is small, and when I read the text, it either goes quickly to the bottom or goes slowly, in general, it does not work very well, but I want to read and so that it would be convenient.

The prices for prompters are different and 1 k and 2 k, as for me it's a lot.

 

Want to know who and which type teleprompter use in instructor community?

 

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I have heard good reviews of Glide Gear linked to an IPad or phone.

https://glidegear.net/products/glide-gear-tmp-100-ipad-smartphone-video-teleprompter

 

Thor
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Which ever teleprompter you choose, I suggest downloading an app called Prompt +... The app is free but has limitations unless you purchase the pro version, which is about $15 CAD. With this app you can control font size, scroll speed, import/edit scripts from other programs. I use this on my phone and it works brilliantly.

LawrenceMMiller
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I don't write a script so I don't use a teleprompter. I write outlines and diagrams which I place in PPT for prompting my brain. I use a tripod desk that I place my laptop on and then advance the PPTs with a clicker (not the right word, but you know what I mean.) See https://www.intension-design.com/tripodtable.

 

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I use a Glide Gear TMP50 teleprompter with my Canon M50 and the Prompt Smart app on my cell phone for my scripts. 

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I use a Padcaster Parrot Teleprompter attached to my DSLR - just $79 and does the job nicely.

The best app I've found it PromptSmart Pro. It listens to you as you speak and automatically adjusts to your speed - even if you speed up, slow down or pause. You can also go off script for a bit and it will patiently wait you're back and then carry on. It's brilliant 95% of the time, which I find is more than enough for me.

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I use the Padcaster Parrot as well!

That's really helpful. Thanks for sharing. 

I agree with, Mark. PromptSmart Pro rocks!

If you are expert in your domains, then outlines are enough to remember. Natural way of presentation is enough and student like to hear what you are and be with it.

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