The Linear Acoustic UpMax functionality in Cinegy Convert is provided by the third-party Linear Acoustics (LA) professional plugin and as such requires additional Licensing from Linear Acoustics (part of the Telos Alliance). There is an additional license cost incurred for permanent installations.
The Cinegy Media Asset Management Service is a backend element that serves as a gateway for Cinegy products (such as Cinegy Convert, Cinegy Workspace, etc.) to access Cinegy MAM via the CAS (Cinegy Archive Service).
Cinegy is using the AC-3 portion of the LIBAV of FFMPEG as dynamic loaded plugin for optional AC-3 encoding.
To create this very limited Windows OS dynamic loading library executable binary of (currently) 716kB, all other features of FFMPEG / LIBAV are disabled.
Cinegy supports a number of IP video standards in our IP-enabled products. In order to access IP streams, an URL style string is used to describe them. Usually this URL is generated automatically, but sometimes for various reasons you may need to change this manually.
This document describes the URLs' format in more detail.
An IP video URL will always start with the type of stream you are expecting. Currently, rtp://, udp:// and srt:// are supported.
The newest version of Cinegy Workspace (and the new back-end service referred to as MAMS) supports a plug-in free browser experience and people working in more complex cloud-based / hosted scenarios.
This guide is designed to help customers to understand how they might take the collection of elements that make up Cinegy Workspace deployment and integrate it together with other freely available tools to create a centralized point of access that is easier to secure and expose to the Internet.
Cinegy License Viewer is a tool for viewing licenses available on your Cinegy dongle, as well as for generating remote upgrade requests. Such upgrades are required for all USB dongles for all Cinegy products needing a USB license key.
This article describes the process of upgrading the currently used USB dongles to be compatible with the latest version of Cinegy software.
The Loudness Control in Cinegy Playout is now provided by a third-party Linear Acoustics (LA) professional plugin and as such requires additional Licensing from Linear Acoustics (part of the Telos Alliance). There is an additional License cost incurred for permanent installations. Previous versions of Loudness control are no longer supported.
Cinegy provides the following network utilities:
Service names and port numbers are used to distinguish between different services that run over transport protocols such as TCP, UDP, DCCP, and SCTP.
The Cinegy License Service is meant to control access to the licensed Cinegy software through USB hardware dongles and software key files. This article describes the Cinegy License Service installation and configuration.