Update: v.2 is now released!! Go here to download the latest version.
CueTimer is a software that creates a counter-clock for presenters and other performers who need precise timing. In v.1 this counter could only be shared through a monitor connected to the computer. Now we have added more outputs making it easer to share the countdowns and countups:
Connect to our server
Create a webpage and share it with the remote speakers and organisers of the event.
The webpage will display the counter with the optional name and message, just like the regular local output. And it should fit an all devices and screen-sizes.
We also realised that the CueTimer app has more information that is useful for remote speakers that will connect through Zoom or Microsoft Teams. That is why we created the Schedule-page.
Below is an live page that is created through the CueTimer app. If you hover over the page you see a button on the top right corner. Push this to toggle between the regular Counter page and the Schedule.
Update 1. May 2022: This page no longer exists. We delete pages that have not been used for a while.
This live page is taken from the Cue List below:
We take the Name, Start and Duration columns to create the live schedule. For this demo we put the timer running as Countup. After 24 hours it will reset. The page is live and the counter is running even after we turned off the Mac that created the webpage
We now have a native NDI-output from CueTimer using the latest NDI 5 framework. This video-signal will share the same content as the regular monitor-output. Choose between SD, 720p and 1080p NDI resolution
Drag & Drop
Change the order of timers by dragging them around in the Cue List.
Single Timer Mode & CueCurrent
Sometimes you just want to repeat the same timer instead of moving forward in the list. These new commands and options helps with that.
This button will ignore what is in the Cue List and just display the clock. It can be useful for rehearsals when you don’t want to start and stop counters.
End-Time as an OSC-string
Send the end-time to any software that can read OSC-strings. It works very well with Resolume. (Mac only, PC soon to follow)
This video showcases all the new features in the new beta-versions of CueTimer:
Here you can read more about CueTimer.