Open source teleprompter software available for online and offline use. Imaginary Teleprompter is easy to use, and runs on a wide variety 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.
Imaginary Teleprompter is now legacy software and will only receive limited updates. For a teleprompter app that saves you time and performs better, use QPrompt app.
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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'd like to become a tester.
Raspberry Pi* & Jetson Nano
Extract and run INSTALL_DEPENDENCIES.sh from the terminal, then launch "imaginary-teleprompter".
*Lower the resolution to the lowest setting and enable only the external prompter to get good performance on the Raspberry Pi 3.
We've built a robust documentation for newcommers and members of the community.
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Developers & web designers
Application source code
Most of the program's logic is contained here.Application Source
Electron standalone build configurations
Used to make Windows, Mac OS, Linux and FreeBSD builds.Electron Build Source
Telegram Chat Group
Open tech support for developers and collaborators alike. Discussion happens in English and Spanish.Join Telegram Group
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Report a bug or request a feature
It's one of the best ways to help the projectReport on GitHub