Imaginary Teleprompter, previously Teleprompter by Imaginary Films, and sometimes referred to as Teleprompter, is a professional, free software, easy to use teleprompting software, that runs on many kinds of computers. We created it to promote the democratization of media by enabling more people to produce quality contents at low cost, and to promote the adoption of free software solutions by the media industries.
Message from the developers
Thank you for using Imaginary Teleprompter. At the time of writing, development is stalled given we're working full time on various other projects. We have big additions yet to be made to the software. Feature development will resume at an undetermined date in 2019. In the meantime, we hope you can enjoy our new documentation and builds, adding experimental support for ARMv7l and full 32 bit support, as requested by you, the users. Feel free to contact us to report bugs or if you're in need of assistance. The current Imaginary Teleprompter version is 2.3.4.
Javier O. Cordero Pérez,
Project Manager, April 7, 2018
We could support Windows XP but we won't let you harm yourself. Try upgrading to a Linux variant if you need XP support.
Because you can have the best of both worlds.
For Debian based distros like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and derivatives.
For rolling release distros like Arch and Manjaro Linux.
For RPM distros like Fedora and derivatives that meet the dependencies.
Other Linux Distros
Because you're intrepid, bold, and just as awesome.
FreeBSD builds are untested. Get in touch with us if you like Teleprompter and are willing to contribute by becoming a tester.
We want to support this platform but a little bit of porting needs to be done. Get in touch with us if you could help us port to Chrome OS.
We've built a robust documentation for newcommers and members of the community.
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Developers & web designers
Core source code
Most of the program's logic is contained here.Teleprompter-Core
Electron standalone source
Used to make Windows, Mac OS, Linux and FreeBSD builds.Teleprompter-Electron
We read and reply to every e-mail. Response may not be immediate email@example.com
Report a bug or request a feature
We take these to heart, even if they're sent through the support e-mail.Report on GitHub