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– Mac with Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur or Monterey OS. Both Intel and Apple Silicon CPUs are supported natively.

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– A Mac with Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur or Monterey OS. Both Intel and Apple Silicon CPUs are supported natively.


– 64-bit PC with windows 8.1, 10 or 11 
– .Net 4.8.1 or later installed. 

Finding a clock-solution for Lego Masters that was reliable, flexible and easy to work with in a TV setting proved to be a challenge until we came across Presentation Tools and their CueTimer software.

Michael Thunem Berglund

Hilux A/S
This is the best production timer out there! Looking forward to see how it evolves!

TC Conway

I am a technologist and a power user of apps and I can tell you that PresentationTools apps are few of the best tools I have ever used during my shows.

Mark Wehbeh


Speaker Timer Software for Mac & PC

With CueTimer it’s easy to stay on time. Create a list with the timers  you want to display,  then use buttons and shortcuts to move forward during the show. The software can be used for any event that need precise timing: 

Conferences & Seminars

Timer for conferences and seminars

Photo: Morten Brekke Stensland

A monitor with a countdown-timer is very useful for someone holding a presentation. With CueTimer it is easy to control this monitor and display the timers for the different speakers that enter the stage. When the time is running out you can make the colours change to notify the speakers. 

Streaming & Remote Productions

Timer for digital and remote productions
Photo: TC Conway

CueTimer is well suited for the digital workflow that has evolved during the Covid 19 pandemic. We have added multiple options for viewing the timers that should cover most scenarios: you can feed the video-mixers with HDMI or NDI video, and share a webpage with the timers to remote presenters and crew-members. 

Broadcasting & Gameshows

Timer for broadcasting and gameshows

Photo: Michael Thunem Berglund, Hilux A/S

A TV-show needs a production-timer that is reliable, flexible, and easy to use. CueTimer was built to solve this demanding task. To give an example, read more about how CueTimer was used as a countdown-timer for the season one of Lego Masters Norway. 

Send the countdown anywhere

CueTimer has multiple options for viewing the timers on different devices:

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Push the “Fullscreen” button to place the countdown on the external display. With SDI/Fibre extenders the monitor can be placed far away from the computer

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CueTimer has a native NDI-output using the latest NDI 5 framework. This lets you share the countdown as graphics over the local LAN-network. 

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Create a webpage where you can see the current countdown and the schedule with a list of future timers. The page will scale automatically for all browser-sizes.

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Control with Companion

Companion lets you control different devices over the local network and with Streamdeck hardware-boxes. It is free of charge and more info can be found here.  Our Companion module includes buttons for the most important commands, and it has feedback for the current timer with colors that can be set from CueTimer. With our premade presets found in the Companion menu  it is easy to drag and drop the buttons where you need them.

Knowledge base – Learn how to use CueTimer

You could just download the software right away, push some buttons and learn as you go. But we also have some more documentation that will help you:

Online User Guide
This guide should tell you all you need to know about CueTimer.

Video tutorials
The CueTimer video tutorials show CueTimer in action. The first video explains how you can create a list of timers for presenters on a stage:

To see the rest of this tutorial-series, please go to Youtube. Here we explain some of the main features of CueTimer:

  • Create and edit an ordered list of timers, the Cue List, and use buttons, shortcuts or Companion-commands to progress during the show
  • Use different timer-types: countdown, countup, countdown to time and regular clock.
  • Change the duration by adding and subtracting minutes or manipulate the speed of the timers.
  • Customize the countdown-windows with colors, animations and scaling.
  • Create a secure webpage where remote presenters and other crew-members can view the current timer and the schedule.
  • Connect to other devices through our TCP/IP-server (Companion) or OSC (Qlab/Resolume).

New in v.2.3: Background Image, Logo & Border

We have added options for what can be displayed in the Output-windows. Now you can have a backgound-image for decoration, your company logo for branding, and to notify the speaker that the time is running out, add a blinking border.
Read more about v.2.3

Trial version and licence​

You can download the app and try it as much as you want in trial-mode. The one restriction is that it will close after 10 minutes every time you open it. To use the program without restrictions you can purchase a license from the “Store” page.

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With a subscription-licence  you  can create an account on this site where you can monitor your licences, release licences from activated computers, and manage your subscriptions registered to your email-address.

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