StarLeaf Pronto allows users to meet and share in an instant. When you connect Pronto to your laptop, your screen and audio are shared with the room so that you are ready to present immediately. Your StarLeaf meetings are also synchronized with the room allowing you to join with one touch.

Select a topic below to learn more:

Download and install the StarLeaf app

For the best meeting experience with Pronto and to synchronize your StarLeaf meetings with the room, download the StarLeaf app here .

Connect your laptop to Pronto

In every meeting room with a Pronto installed, there is a cable with two connectors; a USB-A and a USB-C.

  1. Connect Pronto to your laptop using either of the USB connectors.
  2. On your laptop screen, you will see the StarLeaf Pronto drive window appear.

    Steps 2 and 3 are applicable only if you do not yet have the StarLeaf app installed:

  3. For Windows users, select Open folder to view files.
  4. Select the StarLeaf Pronto app icon for Windows (or macOS).
  5. Your laptop screen appears on the room display and is ready to share in a meeting. The next time you connect your laptop, Pronto will automatically recognize it and will share your screen instantly.

Share your screen

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To share content with participants who have dialed in, press Start sharing on the touchscreen controller.

The control turns blue while you are content sharing.

Press Stop sharing to stop sharing.

To stop sharing to the meeting room, disconnect the cable from your laptop or PC.

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To share content with participants who have dialed in, touch Share screen:

To stop sharing, touch Stop sharing.

To stop sharing to the meeting room, disconnect the cable from your laptop or PC.

Troubleshooting Pronto Cable on macOS

If Pronto Cable is not being detected on a macOS device, this could be an issue with your Mac System management controller (SMC) not powering up your USB devices. Resetting the SMC can resolve certain issues related to power, battery, and other features. For information on how to reset your SMC, go to Apple documentation .