08.21.2006 12:00 AM
Autoscript Introduces New Teleprompting Technology at IBC2006
Autoscript, a global teleprompting company, will introduce Voice-Plus, its voice-activated teleprompting solution, as well as the new Autoscript W17 and W17 HD/SD widescreen on-air talent monitors at IBC2006.

Voice-Plus, a voice-activated teleprompting system using technology developed by SysMedia, is an integrated add-on module to Autoscript's WinPlus software. Voice-Plus automatically scrolls the teleprompter in time with the spoken word of the talent, and eliminates the need for manual control.

The new W17 and W17 HD/SD monitors are designed to work with Autoscript's broadcast TFT-17 and TFT-20 on-camera prompters. The multiformat W17 auto-senses NTSC, PAL, SECAM, S-Video, DVI-D and VGA while the W17 HD/SD also auto-senses SDI and HD-SDI.

Also being featured at IBC is GoPrompt-15, a new, self-contained, completely wireless prompting system which features a 15-inch high-brightness screen designed to bring studio-standard readability to field operations; Plus-Light, a fill light that is mounted to, and powered by, Autoscript's TFT on-camera prompters; and the ELP15-PT on-camera prompter which enables a 15-inch teleprompter to be coupled with lightweight robotic pan and tilt heads.

Autoscript will be in Stand 10.110.

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