When Cinegy Studio is configured to work in Cinegy Archive integrated mode via the configuration tool, login to CAS is required for establishing connection. On Cinegy Studio start, the following "CAS login" dialog appears:

CAS_Login_info

Specify the required username, password, and domain name for successful connection to Cinegy Archive Service.

With the "Save login info" option selected, current user login information will be saved and connection to Cinegy Archive Service during further sessions will be established automatically.

Having successfully connected to the Cinegy Archive database, you can open Rundowns created via Cinegy Desktop, or import Rundowns previously created and saved in the NCRList format.

Open_Rundown_toolbar_button

Press "Open Rundown…​" and navigate to the required News Program in the dialog that appears:

Open_News_Program_dialog

Having selected the News Program, use the "Date" drop-down list to selected the required date:

Rundown_select_date

Use the "Rundown" drop-down list to select the required Rundown:

Rundown_selection_list
Important
Refer to the Working with Rundowns article within the Cinegy Desktop Manual for details on creating and managing Rundowns.
Note
Please mind that items in the Story will be sorted according to their type and start time when added to the playlist.
Tip
It is possible to open multiple Rundowns from different News Programs simultaneously. In this case, one of them is set active similarly to standalone mode.

Import_Rundown_button

Using previously created NCRLists is also supported in Cinegy Archive mode. Press "Import Rundown…​" and navigate to the required NCRList in the dialog that appears.

The selected Rundown is placed into the playlist table, where each Story caption contains the Story start time, Story and author’s name, Story type and duration in the respective order:

Story captions
Note
If any of the mentioned data is not defined in Story Editor, it will not be displayed in the Story caption.
Important
Refer to the Story Editor Interface article within the Cinegy User Manual for details on work with Story Editor.