Build standalone cross-platform instances of our Teleprompter with Electron.
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Build standalone cross-platform instances of our Teleprompter using Electron.


"Teleprompter" is a professional grade, multi-platform, free software teleprompter for anyone to use.

It's built with web technologies so anyone can customize it to their needs. It may be run on a web browser or as a standalone application for additional features.

Installer/Package Building Instructions

Every platform

Make sure you have NodeJS with npm installed on your system before you begin. One you've got npm, follow these steps in every platform, then proceed to run the corresponding platform specific command:

  1. Install Git and NodeJS on your system.
  2. Open a Terminal or Command Prompt at your desired build location.
  3. Clone this repository and its submodules.
git clone --recursive
    1. Move to the root folder of the Teleprompter-Electron project.
cd Teleprompter-Electron
  1. Download dependencies and submodules.
npm run setup
  1. Follow platform specific building steps. If builds are successful, you should find your binaries inside the dist folder.


  • To build 32 bit packages: npm run dist:win32
  • To build 64 bit packages: npm run dist:win64
  • To build both 32 and 64 bit packages: npm run dist:win

Linux and BSD

  1. If you’re building for Linux, depending what packages you intend to build you should install their dependencies as shown at: Commands and dependency names may vary across distributions. The following instructions assume you're using a Debian/Ubuntu derivative.
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y icnsutils graphicsmagick
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y rpm     #To build rpm
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y bsdtar  #To build pacman
sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y snapcraft #To build snap
  1. Open package.json in the text editor of your preference.
  2. Locate the following lines:
    "linux": {
  1. Under target, remove all targets that don't correspond to your distribution. (For example, you would leave deb for Ubuntu, rpm for Fedora, and pacman for Arch.) Use tar.gz for any other distros and AppImage if you wish to create a universal, portable, Linux app.
  2. Save your changes.
  3. Run the command that corresponds to your operating system's architecture:
    • To build 32 bit packages: npm run dist:linux32
    • To build 64 bit packages: npm run dist:linux64
    • To build both 32 and 64 bit packages: npm run dist:linux
    • To build ARM7l packages: npm install -g electron-builder (followed by) npm run dist:linuxarm


  • Run npm run dist:macos.

Help & Support

If you have an issue, please write it to us, we will help you or fix the bug.




Imaginary Films LLC & Contributors


This software is shared under the GPL3 license.