This feature manages the look of the icons for the nodes in the Cinegy Archive explorer tree and the logging templates for logging activities.
Icons in the Explorer Tree
Load from File
Press the "Load from file" button and select the icon you wish to change.
Cinegy Desktop uses uncompressed 32-bit BMP files with alpha channel in sizes 64x64 (large icon) and 16x16 (small icon).
Save to File
Press the "Save to file" button to save the selected icon as BMP.
Press the "Delete" button to remove an icon.
Assigning an Icon to a Node Type
After importing an icon, you should assign it to a node type. Every node has two icons – a big one 64x64 pixels and a small one 16x16 pixels. You can switch between "small" and "large" and then press the "Assign small/large icon" button. If you want to delete an icon, press on "Remove small/large icon".
Cinegy software offers a smart way to add metadata to Cinegy Archive – logging templates based on HTML. To use them in Cinegy Desktop, you must register the logging template:
|Refer to the Logging Template articles for more details about Cinegy logging templates.|
Adding a Template
On the "Log templates" tab press the "Add" button.
Enter a unique name/description in the "Name" field.
Press the "Browse" button to select the previously prepared HTML file.
Press "OK" to add the HTML file to the log templates list.
Edit a Template
Press the "Edit" button if you want to change the name of the HTML file.
Remove a Template
To remove a template, select the entry in the list and press "Remove". This will only remove the entry, not the file itself.
On the "Message list" tab, Cinegy Enterprise Manager provides the list of error messages. We recommend leaving the messages "as is" to avoid invalid or uninformative error messages texts. But if you really want to change a message text, select a field and press the "Edit" button.
The "Colors" help to distinguish between different ingested materials:
0 - 99
Example – Voice-over
Example – Roll
Import from Text File
Press the "Import" button to import a new color list from a TXT file. The new list will replace the current color list, so make sure you have defined all needed "Color IDs" in your list.
Create a TXT file and insert your new colors.Note
"Color ID" is separated from "Color" with a tab.
A dialog will appear to preview the imported color list.
Press the "Save to database" button to import the new colors.
Adding a New Color
If you want to add a new color, press the "Add" button:
Enter the new color ID into the "Index" field.
Press the "Color…" button and select the color. This will set the color value in the "Value" field.
Press "OK" to add a new color.
Editing a Color
To edit a color, select the desired color ID and press the "Edit" button.
Removing a Color
Press the "Remove" button to delete a color.