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Morning all (I'm in the uk )

I am in the process of making some videos for my company. I have made a few already, but need to step things up a notch and use a teleprompter.

I have just upgraded to osx lion, so it has to be compatible with this as well.

I would really appreciate your help on this one.

As an aside I am a complete novice and am really slow at learning how to use my mac lol.

Thanks for any help or advice you have.

Regards

Stuart
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There are some apps in the App Store at Apple. Have you looked into those? Not free, but nearly: Prompster Pro

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Thank you for your help. I will look into it now :-)
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I used iMovie scrolling credits as a free teleprompter. May work for you as well.
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Thanks Jimbo,

No go on the app store as they won't work on a macbook pro :-/

i movie will be the next trial!

atb

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Look in the Mac App Store, not the iOS App Store.

Prompster is an iPad app.

The Mac App Store shows Teleprompter and VideoCue when I search for Prompster. Search for the word teleprompt, and you get two other options.

CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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Thanks Jimbo,
No go on the app store as they won't work on a macbook pro :-/
i movie will be the next trial!
atb
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Hi Stuart,
they meant the 'desktop' App Store, not the version on your iPad/iPhone.

They're stupidly named as they serve two distinct purposes!

If you're running Snow Leopard or greater, you have the desktop App Store built in ;-)
More info here:
Apple - OS X Mountain Lion - Apps

cheers,
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