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.

CueTimer public API

The CueTimer API lets you control and monitor our app using http-commands. This page gives you all the necessary information needed to get starting making custom CueTimer controllers.

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

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.

CueTimer 2.4: Work faster in the spreadsheet

a person controlling CueTimer with Companion Stream Deck. black/white

CueTimer 2.4 has improvements for the timer-list: faster editing, better redundancy, and more ways to add new timers.
In short, the new version should make it more enjoyable to user our timing-software.

Display the timer as video-overlay

Display the countdown timer from CueTimer as a video-overlay on top of other video-content.

CueTimer has options for displaying the timer as picture-in-picture, or lower third. This saves screen-space, equipment, and focuses the message where it needs to be.