A New Video Tool: VEED Teleprompter
Did you know teleprompters are not only for teleprompting TV news anchors anymore? With VEED teleprompter, you can use a teleprompter to read your own scrolling script while recording video using your webcam or camera at the same time. This is all free by the way!
This tool can be used by online video creators, video bloggers, web journalists, and teachers who need to pre-record their lectures in class. Basically, anyone else who needs to read their own scrolling teleprompter text while recording video using their webcam or camera at the same time!
How to Use it?
Just sign up for a free account and paste your script into the teleprompter tool so that the words will scroll as you read. Do not worry about the expensive equipment you need because VEED’s teleprompter works right in your web browser. Nothing to download, nothing to install, just a free online tool that’s super easy to use.
Change the Speed
If you wish to teleprompt faster, adjust the teleprompter speed higher. If you want teleprompter text scrolling slower, adjust teleprompter speed lower. Not sure what teleprompter speed to use? No worries, you can change the teleprompter cursor speed while recording or even change teleprompter speed (in 0.5x increments) while you record video.
During teleprompter recording, your system audio track will be recorded at the same time so your video narration and teleprompter text will be synchronized.
Change the Font Size
Want to teleprompt bigger words? Adjust teleprompter text size up. If you want teleprompter text smaller, adjust teleprompter font size down. With this tool, you do not have to worry about reading very small texts which are an eyesore.
Add Subtitles, Edit your Video, and more!
After teleprompter video recording, VEED teleprompter allows you to edit your video. For example, you can attach closed captions on the same website. Or if you wish, you can also upload external subtitles or use VEED’s subtitle tool as well.
Teleprompter text size can affect teleprompter speed. For example, teleprompter text that is too big will cause teleprompter speed to be slower and vice versa. To use this tool effectively without your audience noticing that your eyes are moving, just be a little bit further from your screen!
In Conclusion, try using teleprompters without a live audience so you can practice reading the text, speed, font size, and teleprompter positioning. Once you’re comfortable with teleprompters without an audience, move on to the next step which is allowing you to cue up your teleprompter while recording so the text scrolls at the right speed.
If you’re working in a professional setting but don’t have the money for expensive equipment there is always a free online tool that allows you to read off of your computer screen instead of needing a teleprompter monitor.