|For the list of supported video boards refer to Cinegy Air System Recommendations.|
Here define the following settings:
Output video to the screen – select the checkbox for the video to be put out to the screen.
Start in fullscreen – select the checkbox for the video to be put out in full-screen mode.
Monitor to use – choose the required monitor to be used from the drop-down list.
Audio device – choose the corresponding output audio device from the drop-down list.
Press the "Identify displays" button to detect and identify the additional monitor connected.
|The "Monitor to use" and "Audio device" lists depend on the hardware installed on the current PC.|
|If the "Output video to the screen" option is unchecked, only audio will be broadcast without video (over the radio stations, for example).|
Here define the board number from 0 to 9 and the channel mode. Press the "Finish" button to set the DVS output device.
|To assure proper work with the DVS board, all Cinegy modules should have access to the dvsoem.dll file. Check the DVS driver package that you have installed on your computer and add the path to the folder containing dvsoem.dll. To do this, go to "My Computer" > "Properties" > "Advanced" > "Environment Variables" and edit the variable value for the "Path" variable.|
Here define the board number from 0 to 7 and press "Finish" to set the Decklink output device.
The following AJA output settings can be configured here:
Board number – define the board number from 0 to 7.
Channel number – use the drop-down list to select the channel number.
Analog output format – choose the appropriate analog video output format from the drop-down list for the analog video output signal.
Reference source – define the reference source for the AJA output device by choosing between Reference Input, SDI Input or Free Run from the drop-down list.
Press "Finish" to complete the setup and assign AJA as the output device for the current channel.
AJA IP Output
The following AJA IP output settings can be configured here:
Board number – define the board number from 0 to 7.
Channel number – use the drop-down list to select the channel number from 0 to 7.
Reference source – define the reference source for the AJA IP output device by choosing between Reference Input, IP Input or Free Run from the drop-down list.
Source port – define the source port number.
Destination IP – enter the destination IP address.
Destination port – enter the destination port number.
The following Deltacast output settings can be configured here:
Board number – define the board number from 0 to 7.
Channel number – define the channel number from 0 to 7.
Total output channels for bi-directional board – use the drop-down list to define the total number of output channels. The "Do not change" option means that the previously configured input and output channels division will be preserved.Note
This setting is only topical for the new generation versatile Deltacast cards that support channels direction configuration.
Reference source – choose the reference source for the Deltacast output device from the drop-down list.
Press "Finish" to complete the setup and assign Deltacast as the output device for the current channel.
For.A HVS-100TB2 Output
Define the board number from 0 to 7 and channel number from 0 to 4 for the For.A HVS-100TB2 output device.
Press "Finish to apply the changes.
Selecting the RTP/UDP output as the output device sets the SDI – RTP converter configuration.
The following RTP/UDP output network settings should be configured here:
Broadcast mode – here choose the broadcast transmission method (unicast or multicast).
IP address – in the unicast mode, enter the destination station address and port. In the multicast mode, enter the IP and port of the multicast group that will be used for multicasting.
Stream – here choose the stream protocol type (RTP or UDP).
TS packets – specify the number of transport stream packets placed in the payload portion of the RTP/UDP packet.Important
Refer to the network technical documentation for more information on the RTP and UDP packets.
Multicast source IP master – here choose the IP address of the local network adapter to be used for multicasting.
Multicast source IP backup – here choose the IP address of the local network adapter to be used for multicasting instead of the master IP.Note
It is recommended to set up the static IP address for this adapter. The "Multicast source IP master" and "Multicast source IP backup" parameters affect the multicast mode only.
TTL – here define the number of routers (hops) that multicast traffic is permitted to pass through before expiring on the network.Note
The "TTL" parameter affects the multicast mode only.Important Refer to the network technical documentation for more information on the TTL option.
Register output – this option allows you to register the output stream on the Cinegy Route Directory Server in order to be used by other Cinegy IP-based broadcast components as an RTP/UDP input. In this case, enter the Route Directory Server IP and output stream ID (as stream name).Note
No special symbols can be used for the stream ID, alphanumeric only and space symbol are allowed.Note The "Register output" parameter affects the multicast mode only.
Press the "Next" button to continue RTP/UDP output configuration.
In this dialog you can define the following RTP/UDP output transport settings:
Program number – define the program PID that will be used.
PMT PID – define the Program Map Table PID value.
Transport ID – define the label that identifies the Transport Stream from any other multiplex within a network.
|You can set up manually the maximum bitrate of MPEG transport stream which includes video, audio, data and other streams. Please keep in mind that this value should be greater than the sum of all bitrates plus some overhead to cover local spikes on complicated scenes.|
PCR PID – define the Program Clock Reference PID value.
Transport rate – select the checkbox and define the transport rate value in Kb per second.
SCTE35 cueing messages stream PID – select the checkbox and define the PID value to enable SCTE35 messaging.
OP47 subtitle stream PID – select the checkbox and define the PID value to enable VANC tracks in the playlist containing OP47 data packets.
In this dialog you can define the following RTP/UDP output video settings:
Video PID – define the video stream PID in the program. If none is specified, the first available video stream PID will be used.
Video encoder – define the video encoder type. Select the corresponding option from the drop-down list to choose MPEG-2, H.264, H.264 NVidia GPU or HEVC NVidia GPU video encoder type and configure its settings below.
Video bitrate – define the bitrate value used for compression.
Rate mode – choose either VBR (variable bitrate) or CBR (constant bitrate) mode by selecting the corresponding option from the drop-down list.
Chroma format – define the color space (4:2:0 or 4:2:2) by selecting the corresponding option from the drop-down list.
GOP – choose the Group of Picture (GOP) structure of the resulting stream from the drop-down list and define the GOP length in frames.
Adaptive GOP – select this option to allow GOP to be of variable length.
Interlace coding mode – define the frame-coding rule (frame or field) in the current stream by selecting the corresponding option from the drop-down list.
H.264 entropy coding mode – define the coding mode for the H.264 video encoder by selecting the corresponding option from the drop-down list.
Coding window – define decoder buffer delay that allows optimizing the quality parameters for coding the GOP. Increasing the delay value improves the quality.
|Some parameters may vary or be locked depending on the selected video encoder.|
Having configured the encoding settings, press the "Next" button to continue RTP/UDP output configuration.
By default, this dialog contains the "S0" audio source of the MPEG Layer II audio type with the 384 kbit/s bit rate. You can edit it according to your needs by selecting a different audio source number, type and bit rate from the corresponding drop-down lists. You can also change PID of the current audio source and specify the three-letter ISO code of the language to be added to the stream via the keyboard in the corresponding fields.
|If you select the audio type that already contains bit rate in its name, the corresponding field in the "Bit Rate" column will be disabled.|
To add another audio source, press the "Add" button and edit its parameters in the table as described above. Use the "Delete" button to remove an audio source from the list.
Windows Media Output
In the "Profile path" browse for the windows media profile with the *.prx extension to specify it.
Set the radio button to the "Network" or "Server" position to define the Windows Media output type.
Network – here assign the maximum number of clients that can work simultaneously (up to 16) in the "Max clients" field and define the connection port (default is 8000).
Server – here enter the publishing point URL and publishing point template URL addresses. Check the "Auto-destroy" option to destroy the publishing point when the broadcast is over.
MPEG Recorder Output
|It is preferable to add at first hardware and master clock output device(s) (e.g. SDI, DirectShow, RTP, etc.) before adding the MPEG recorder output device. It is not recommended to use the MPEG recorder output device as a single master device.|
Here configure the MPEG recorder output device settings:
In the "Folder for the MPEG" field, press the "Browse…" button to locate the folder where the broadcast stream in the MPEG file format will be saved, or simply enter the folder path via the keyboard.
Select the "Record on demand" checkbox to start the recording only by coming of the secondary event from the playlist. In the "Recorder" field define the recorder ID that will be used in the secondary event for referencing to the corresponding MPEG recorder settings.
In the "New MPEG every" and "New day start" fields, assign how often a new log file will be created.
Set up the frame size, audio and video bitrate options in the "MPEG compression options" configuration group.
Press "Finish" to complete the setup of the MPEG recording output device and add it to the channel’s list of the output devices.
Shared RAM Output
The Shared RAM output can be used to send a live uncompressed stream to another Cinegy application installed on the same machine, e.g. Cinegy Capture, Cinegy Live, Cinegy Multiviewer or another Cinegy Playout instance.
Define the following parameters for the Shared RAM output device:
Output name – define the name for your output device via the keyboard.
Global namespace – check the option to enable sharing between several users on the machine, or between applications and services.
|If the "Global namespace" option is selected, the engine should be started using the "Run as administrator" command; otherwise the engine will not start.|