Service names and port numbers are used to distinguish between different services that run over transport protocols such as TCP, UDP, DCCP, and SCTP.
This article provides the overview of procedures for activating, re-activating, removing and activating software licenses on another host.
This article provides details on how to use Cinegy License Manager as well as troubleshooting failure scenarios.
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.
The logging templates are used in the Cinegy Desktop logging window to provide a customized look and feel for the logging interface.
A detailed description of Cinegy Cinecoder MPEG-2 and MP4 profiles as well as details on a wide range of settings for the output MPEG stream are given in this article.
The Cinegy Type RSS Controller sample is implemented as a console application that reads RSS data from the specified URL and posts updates to defined Cinegy Type variables.
Cinegy Desktop supports searching for the documents by a word or phrase from the text in them. The text search requires Microsoft Indexing Service properly installed and set up.
To use Cinegy Messenger, Openfire – a real-time collaboration Open Source server – installation is required.
Cinegy Air playlist is a text-based XML file that contains information about each item inserted into it. The XML playlist format uses a simple and flexible item structure.