CueTimer outputs

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Share the timer online

With CueTimer you control a webpage that displays both the current countdown and future schedule. Share this page with remote speakers, crew members and production staff to ensure everyone stays on the same page and in sync 

CueTimer lets you create a webpage where you can display the countdown timer and the schedule for the event. Our online timer-server is perfect for remote speakers who share their presentation on Zoom or Teams.

An online presentation-timer for any device

The webpage features a versatile countdown/countup/clock timer that displays in sync with the HDMI-fullscreen and NDI outputs. It is designed to be fully responsive, adapting to all screen sizes and orientations, including cell phones, tablets, and desktops.

From the page you can toggle between two views: 

  • Counter-view displays the current timer, name, and message
  • Schedule-view also includes a list of upcoming timers.

Let your remote speakers stay on time

The online presentation timer is an ideal tool for remote presenters on Zoom and Teams. 

Presenters can keep track of the program agenda before they are called to speak, and switch to the counter-page when it’s time to go live. The clean and focused interface eliminates distractions, allowing presenters to concentrate solely on their presentation

Embed and whitelabel the timer

You can embed the online timer-page from into other webpages by using HTML Iframe method. This allows you to whitelabel our webpage into your own domain, and add other elements to it. And, by setting a transparent background from CueTimer, you can use your own colors and images behind the text and numbers, blending in with your own branding. 

Reliable timekeeping with servers from Amazon AWS

Our online time-management solution can be trusted for the most prestigious events: Since the launch in October 2021, there has been no reported incidents on server-downtime or webpages from CueTimer not working. 

At PresentationTools, we believe in providing our customers with the best possible experience. That’s why we adopt the practice of overprovisioning in our infrastructure. By using more resources than what is required to handle the expected workload of our application, we can ensure that it remains highly available and reliable even during unexpected spikes in demand or potential failures. This extra cushion ensures that our customers can rely on our service 24/7

How to create a shareable online timer from CueTimer

After you have installed and opened CueTimer, display a webpage with the timer and schedule following these steps: 

1. Create the webpage 

Open the “Webpage” menu, then push “Generate new link” to create a new webpage. 

2. Copy the link

Copy the URL from the web-display and send it to the people that need access to the page

3. Display the page
The picture shows the schedule-page from CueTimer. When the countdown is getting near the end, the warning-template is shown.

Open the page on any web-browser. No password is necessary. 

4. Replace the link

When an event is finished, or before working with a new group of people, you can delete the old link and create a new from the “Web Display” menu. The old webpage will now be empty.

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The fullscreen-output from CueTimer displays the countdown-timer window on your external monitor with a button-click. Create a stage-timer from your Mac or PC in an easy way.

Display the stage-timer on your external display

Push the “Fullscreen” button to send the timer-page to the external monitor. No need to drag browser-windows around where you can’t see them.

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Send the countdown to NDI devices

Push the NDI-button to send the countdown-page as NDI graphics over the local network. Simplify your connection to NDI switchers, software and convert and converters.

An example of how you can style the fullscreen timer in CueTimer.

Customise the fullscreen timer

From the Preferences-menu you can customise the timer-page exactly how you want it. Use images, colors and fonts to create a beautiful fullscreen-page. Or just a small countdown for PIP.