British developer Vara Software on Monday announced the release of
Videocue, an application that allows you to enter the text of your speech and record it with a video camera while reading it from your Mac’s display as it scrolls by, much like a teleprompter. When you’re done, you can use Videocue to add titles and graphics and even publish the result to a video blog. Videocue supports QuickTime, so you can drag and drop files into the application and integrate them into your video, and it also offers AppleScript support for automating your presentations. Mac OS X v10.3 is required (v10.3.5 recommended); the software was optimized for G4 and G5 processors. Pricing is US$99.99.