This post is a slightly amended version of the presentation that Jan Weigner gave during Cinegy’s Technical Conference 2021, which was live-streamed on March 25th and is now available to view as a recording.
The post is named "Bytes and Pieces", as a general headline to cover all of the things that are going to be discussed. We’re going to review GPUs, CPUs, the latest greatest smartphones and what you can do with them.
This post is a slightly amended version of the presentation that Yaroslav Korniets gave during Cinegy’s Technical Conference 2021 which was live-streamed on March 25th and is now available to view as a recording.
NVIDIA GPU Acceleration Overview Graphics chips started as fixed-function graphics pipelines. Over the years, these graphics chips became increasingly programmable, which led NVIDIA to introduce the first Graphic Processing Unit.
The biggest constraint in using the GPUs for general purposes was that they required use of graphics programming languages like OpenGL and CG to program the GPU.
This post is a slightly amended version of the presentation that Mike Jacobs gave during Cinegy’s Technical Conference 2021 which was live-streamed on March 25th and is now available to view as a recording.
Cloud Broadcasting In previous years, talking about broadcasting from the cloud has been something of an oxymoron.
People were not sure if even simple broadcasts of a single channel could be run from there.
This post is a slightly amended version of the presentation that Polina Fedorova gave during Cinegy’s Technical Conference 2021 which was live-streamed on March 25th and is now available to view as a recording.
The idea of this post is to review the existing Traffic Gateway limitations and bottlenecks, to show you the latest functional implementations and demonstrate typical workflow schemas of the new Traffic Gateway. We will also show you the practical example of the new Traffic Gateway capabilities in a short demonstration of the sample workflow that involves additional business logic execution steps.
Cinegy Capture v21 is the next major release of the Cinegy Capture family, bringing a bundle of new useful features as well as important fixes and enhancements.
What’s New in Cinegy Capture v21.4 We are always pleased to provide you with some new features and enhancements in new versions of Cinegy Capture. This time the list is rather long; however, you can explore the most important changes below:
Cloud-ready Architecture Cinegy Capture v21.
Introduction Welcome to the long-read version of the “TL:DR” section of the Cinegy Air 21.2 What’s New post. In this follow-up post we will provide details on major changes which arrived with version 21.2 of Cinegy Air.
All Things SRT (Feedback Streams, Encryption, Library Updates) I am sure, a lot of you already benefit from using SRT technology in your workflows to get secure streams delivered in pristine quality with low latency.
Introduction A lot has happened in the last year, but through it all work has been carried on at Cinegy, and so it is time to write another post detailing the changes we have made to our flagship video playout & automation platform – Cinegy Air. We’ve spent all summer polishing the release and have a number of top-tier customers broadcasting already with pre-release versions, so once again I am feeling very confident in recommending that even the most cautious customers start their evaluation and rollout immediately.
Cinegy clients often wonder how to build an efficient and cost-effective infrastructure to meet their broadcasting needs. As a rule, it is a task for system integrators, but we made an attempt to describe a basic concept of using the Cinegy software on the same machine.
I bet many of you have seen that we have released our new and shiny 8K-capable Cinegy Multiviewer 15. This release was much anticipated and some of you are already enjoying the new features of Multiviewer 15 you’ve been waiting for in production.
It goes without saying that the new Multiviewer has a great many bugfixes, performance optimizations and compatibility enhancements to run reliably on the latest Microsoft operating systems as well as embracing the latest and greatest technologies and protocols widely used in the industry.
The basic Cinegy support procedures and workflow are described in this post. Recommendations on achieving a smooth and efficient support process and cooperation are provided throughout.