I Can Present mobile allows users to create, modify, add a script or bullet points, for use in the tele-prompt and film video reports all within the same App.
To help ensure a professional presentation, I Can Present allows you to either type, or paste a script. This will then act as a teleprompter, if you wish, whilst you record. You can also change font size, style and colour to help you achieve the perfect settings. You can of course add the script in any language.
I Can Present can be used in 3 different modes:
Video Only - This will record using either the rear or forward facing camera.
Script Only - This allows you to use your iOS device as a portable teleprompter when being filmed by another device.
Video & Script - This split screen mode allows you to hold your iOS device, and using either camera, record footage whilst still being able to read your script or prompts for a flawless performance.
Once recorded, the finished video is exported to your camera roll for you to use as you wish.
I Can Present is designed for iPod Touch, iPad, iPad Mini and iPhone. Check specifications to ensure your device is compatible.
I Can Present is a great companion to I Can Present for desktop
Bug fixes for iOS9
Fonts issue fixed
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A work in progress?
If this had either the graphics capability or the chroma key facility if it's desk top counterpart, I'd say it was money well spent. However, as it is, it's little more than a primitive TelePrompTer and of limited application.
I was looking at teleprompter options, and this app jumped out at me because it offered the opportunity to do both prompting on the device I was recording with and text flipping for use with a glass teleprompter screen and a separate camera, whereas many competing apps offer only one or the other, and often at a higher price than this app.
And it does, but...
You cannot actually play the script on your screen without recording video, so if I want to stick my iPad on a teleprompter stand and video with a different camera, my iPad will be recording video, even though the camera won't be pointing at me.
It's a ridiculously simple flaw, and one that would be so easy to fix, yet this app has been on the app store for over 2 years, and nobody's thought to fix this.
In fact, a mistake like that should never had made it to the app store, as any reasonable software tester would have spotted it right away, and the fact that they didn't indicates to me that the software wasn't properly tested at all, leaving me with little faith that the software can be trusted to work as you would expect.
On top of this, when you use the app as a prompter on the device you're using for filming, you lose all control over camera settings -- there is no way to set or lock exposure or focus, for example, meaning your picture can change dramatically during filming.
It does its basic job, and it is usable, but there are vastly superior apps out there, so I wouldn't bother with this one unless it gets quite a radical overhaul (or if you have an old device and none of the alternatives will work with it.)
Like the idea of having the really simple PC/Mac software made more portable - however - disappointed that it doesn't have the same excellent green screen functionality. Are you thinking of adding this at some time?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.