In order to manage different TV formats and the appropriate ingest profiles, configure your settings in the "TV formats, profiles" Cinegy Enterprise Manager dialog box.
All predefined profile types are listed here.
The "Refresh" button renews the list of the profile types
Editing a Profile Type
Press the "Edit" button to edit the selected profile type; the following dialog box appears:
Here you can change "Profile type name" and "Description".
Deleting a Profile Type
Select the profile type you wish to remove and press the "Delete" button.
The "Profiles" are the nexus for ingest and export operations. Here you can define bit rates, resolutions, GOP structures for high, medium and low qualities, Windows Media streams and so on.
|The profile ID is displayed on the red background for the read-only profiles; they cannot be edited.|
The "Active" checkbox defines if the profile is available for ingest / import / export operations. Remove the selection of the checkbox for the required profile to make it unavailable for these operations.
|Refer to the Encoding in Detail section within the Cinegy Ingest Manual for details on profile usage.|
Here you can also filter the profiles to be displayed. Choose the "System and User", "System only" or "User only" option from the first drop-down list and/or the "Active and Inactive", "Active only" or "Inactive" option from the second drop-down list to assign the display of profiles to suit your needs.
|By default, all the profiles existing in the current Cinegy Archive database are displayed.|
Adding a Profile
Press the "Add" button.
Select the "Profile type" from the drop-down list.
Enter a unique "Profile name".
Write a short description for this new profile.Note
You can also edit the "Content" of the new profile; this feature will be explained in the Content paragraph. If you click the "TV formats" tab, you will see a message informing you about necessity to save profile before choosing other compatible TV formats.
Having created a new profile, open it for editing in order to assign the compatible TV formats for this profile. Open the "TV formats" tab and choose the desired TV formats from the list of available TV formats:Caution
If no TV formats are assigned, the ingest profile is disabled for use.
Press the "Edit" button to change the profile type, profile name, description, content and TV format as well as define if the profile should be active.
The "Content" field is used for the codec settings that can be entered manually or copied and pasted into this field. The content settings for MPEG-2 High quality NTSC are shown below as an example:
Content settings for MPEG-2 High quality NTSC
|Refer to the Cinegy and MPEG article for more details.|
Content settings for Windows Media 320x240, 29.97 fps, 500 Kbps
|To create this kind of Windows Media profile, use Microsoft Windows Media Profile Editor, create a new WM profile, save it as *.prx, edit the profile with any text editor and copy/paste the text into the "Content" field.|
|It is important that all computers are using the same Windows Media version to avoid errors while loading a WM profile.|
Content settings for Satellite TV
Content settings for H.264 Ingest, PAL 4:3, low, 280 Kbps
MP4 H.264 Export
Content settings for MP4 H.264 Export, PAL 4:3, 352x288, 180 Kbps
Content settings for MP4 Ingest, PAL 4:3, 352x288, 180 Kbps
Content settings for SeaChange Export, PAL
|Refer to the Cinegy and MPEG article for more details.|
The next step is the assignment of one or more TV formats for this profile:
Select the desired TV format from the list of available TV formats and press the button to enable it for using in this profile. Press the button to enable all available TV formats in this profile. To remove TV format(s) from the list of enabled TV formats, use the or buttons.
Profiles in Cinegy Desktop
Here is an example of the created profiles and their appearance in Cinegy Desktop.
All available TV formats are listed on the "TV formats" tab.
|Inactive formats will be marked with a red "Name" field.|
Editing a TV Format
To edit a TV format, choose the required one from the list and press the "Edit" button. The following dialog appears:
On the "Main" tab, the only thing you can edit is the description of the selected TV format.
Activating/Deactivating a TV Format
To activate the TV format you are currently editing, select the "Active" checkbox. To deactivate the TV format, leave the checkbox empty.
All the deactivated TV formats will be shown in red in the list of TV formats:
Outgest profiles are managed on the "Outgest" tab.
To create a new outgest profile, press the "New" button; the list of settings appears in the table below:
The following outgest options can be configured here:
Back Color – set the background color of the text. Press the button and choose the background color or enter a numeric value in RGB or ARGB format (values should be separated by the system delimiter).
Default – set this option to "True" to assign the given profile as the default one.
Positions – set the rectangle position of the text – its X and Y coordinates, width and height; enter the values via the keyboard.
Settings Name – enter the profile name.
Tape Leader File – specify the heading video media that will be placed at the beginning of the exported material. Press the button to select the corresponding tape leader file.
Text Color – set the color of the text. Press the button and choose the text color or enter a numeric value in RGB or ARGB format (values should be separated by the system delimiter).
Text Font – set the standard text font parameters.
Press the "Save" button to save the outgest profile.
Press the "Delete" button to delete the outgest profile.