CueTimer 3: New options for viewing timers

How large display do you need to show a timer? That depends on how visible the timer is. If you have a small screen, you can hide the hours to blow up the font-size, making the timer more visible.
With CueTimer v.3 you get more options on how to display your timers, getting the most out of your displays.

APS for corporate events: Solving the clicker-problem

How do you handle presentation-clickers as an AV-technician on corporate events?
In this article, Morten tells about his disasterclass with clickers in the beginning of his career. And we explain how APS makes it easier to intergrate clickers in your setup.

Explaining APS: The software presentation-switcher

Learn more about how APS can simplify your workflow when displaying presentations on events. To put it short, it´s the missing tool that Microsoft never made for PowerPoint. And you get some essential features from hardware-switchers in a software-package.

CueTimer 2.6: Control a timer on top of PowerPoint

You no longer need a hardware-switcher to place a timer on top of PowerPoint. Instead, CueTimer can create a timer-window that always stays on top of your screen, and never interferes with the presentation-clicker

APS 2.2 for Windows now in beta

We now have optional fades on all images and screenshots displayed from APS.
The new graphics-engine use OpenGL with hardware-acceleration, giving better performance when displaying images in show-critical situations.

How to use CueTimer with ChatGPT

Use ChatGPT with CueTImer

With ChatGPT you can convert any rundown and event-schedule into a perfectly formatted cue-list for CueTimer. Just paste the ChatGPT code into the CSV Import menu.

CueTimer 2.5: Spreadsheet-import and linking of timers

We are happy to release v.2.5 of CueTimer, which brings a better spreadsheet-intergration: Now you can import your schedule from Excel and Google Sheets, and, for better control, chain the timers together with start and end-times.