Imaginary Teleprompter

Imaginary Teleprompter

Javier O. Cordero Pérez (imaginarysense) Publisher

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Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Teleprompter software

Imaginary Teleprompter is an easy to use, web based, teleprompter app. It features mirroring, dual-screen support, rich text editing, image support, custom color schemes, three reading indicator placement options, a chronometer, auto-save and accelerated graphics.

As of 2022, Imaginary Teleprompter has been superseded by QPrompt teleprompter app, and is now considered legacy software. Most, but not all, of the features present in Imaginary Teleprompter are also provided by QPrompt. For this reason, Imaginary Teleprompter will continue to receive maintenance releases, as users transition over to QPrompt.

There will be feature updates, but these will be limited to community contributions and supporting newer versions of currently supported systems.

Details for Imaginary Teleprompter

License
  • GPL-3.0+

Last updated
  • 2 April 2020

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Users by distribution (log)

Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 18.04
Linux Mint 20.3
Ubuntu 16.04
Ubuntu 21.10
Manjaro
Linux Mint 19.3
Ubuntu 21.04
Debian 11
Zorin OS 16
Fedora 36
Linux Mint 20.2
KDE Neon 20.04
pop 22.04
Ubuntu 20.10
Zorin OS 15
Linux Mint 20
elementary OS 5.1.7
Linux Mint 20.1

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