|To load an existing Cinegy Type template, press this button; the "Load Template" dialog appears:|
The "Templates" panel contains a list of CG templates of the corresponding TV format available for loading. Choose the CG template you want to add; its preview will be displayed in the "Preview" window. You can view any frame of the template by dragging the time slider or using the playback buttons.
|The arrow buttons jump to the first and last frame respectively.|
|The "Play/Pause" button toggles the playback mode.|
Select the "Override Type Root with Repository folder" option to substitute the Cinegy Type root path with the Cinegy Type repository location for scenes preview.
Above the "Preview" window there is the "Information" panel, where the basic CG template data, such as its name, duration and TV format are displayed.
The "Template parameters" table contains the variables of the CG template. You can edit the value of each variable by clicking in the "Value" field and entering the desired data.
Having set up all the necessary parameters, press "OK" to save them and return to the main "Cinegy CG" window.
Cinegy CG also supports the ability to edit CG template parameters on-the-fly, when this template is on-air. To do this, expand the variables panel inside the given layer control panel in the main "Cinegy CG" window:
To apply the changes and display them in the "Preview" window, press the "Update" button.
For each layer a CG template status is displayed on the left of the corresponding layer control panel. Possible statuses are as follows:
|The CG template is on air.|
|The CG template is ready for playout or stopped.|
|The CG template is not loaded or not connected on the current layer.|
Operating the Template Layers
|You can start any CG template layer pressing the "Play" button on the right of the given layer. Alternatively, use keyboard shortcuts <F1>–<F6>.|
|Press the "Exit loop" button for the template to leave the loop, if any.|
|To stop a CG template layer, press the "Stop" button next to the "Play" button on the given layer. Alternatively, use keyboard shortcuts <Shift>+<F1>–<F6>.|
|During the templates preview, it is possible to mute the audio coming from playout engines by pressing the "Mute" button.|
|When pressed, the button is changed to indicate that the mute is on.|