Cinegy Network Utilities

Cinegy provides the following network utilities:

The Cinegy Network Utilities can be downloaded from both Cinegy User Portal and Cinegy Partner Portal. To start using the utilities you should unzip the downloaded package to any folder on a local drive.

Cinegy TCP / UDP / Web Service Port Usage List

Service names and port numbers are used to distinguish between different services that run over transport protocols such as TCP, UDP, DCCP, and SCTP.

Using GPI

General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) interface is a universal interface that can be used to communicate with any devices supporting the GPI protocol.

Cinegy Air products support GPI in 3 different scenarios. It is possible to combine these scenarios in your workflow.

XML Playlist Format

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.

Integration with news production systems

MOS News System is a news preparation system, which integrates the components of different third-party solutions for controlling the news text, graphics, and video for news stories creation.

Using and Troubleshooting Cinegy License Manager

This article provides details on how to use Cinegy License Manager as well as troubleshooting failure scenarios.

Logging Template

The logging templates are used in the Cinegy Desktop logging window to provide a customized look and feel for the logging interface.

Cinegy and MPEG

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.

Microsoft Indexing Service

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.

Openfire Server

To use Cinegy Messenger, Openfire – a real-time collaboration Open Source server – installation is required.