In order to start creating schedule with Cinegy Capture Planner Manager, a number of settings should be configured as described in this article.

Configuring Engines

Cinegy Capture Manager runs individual services for specific recordings:


Capture Services are represented in Cinegy Capture Planner Manager on the "Engines" tab. By default six Engines are added:


To view the current status of Engines, press the "Refresh" button. The "Status" column indicates the Engine status in the following colors:

Engine_status_green – Engine is ready, Cinegy Capture Service is started and running.

Engine_status_orange – Engine is busy, i.e. processing a recording.

Engine_status_gray – Engine is offline, meaning it has wrong URL or Cinegy Capture Service is not started.

Engine_status_white – Engine is not verified.

Adding Engines


To add a new Engine, press the "+Add new engine" button and enter the required Engine details – its name and URL:


Editing Engines

To edit a particular Engine, press the corresponding Engine_edit_button button:


Here correct the name of the Engine and its URL, and press the Update_button button to apply your changes.

An active Engine template can be changed to another one by choosing a required template from the "Active Template" drop-down list:

Refer to the Templates Panel article to learn about templates creation and management.


Unnecessary Engine can be deleted using this button. You will be asked to confirm your decision:


It is not allowed to edit or delete the Engines being currently processed.

Virtual Engines

Virtual Engines can be used to organize multiple Engines into virtual groups for simultaneous capture recordings processing.

Go to the "Virtual Engines" tab:


By default three Virtual Engines are configured to contain two Engines in each. To reorganize Engines within Virtual Engines, use the list builder on top. The field on the left shows the selected "Source Virtual Engine" from which Engine(s) can be moved to the Virtual Engine selected in the "Destination Virtual Engine" drop-down list. Use the arrow buttons or drag-and-drop to move the selected Engines between the lists. "Free Engines" stands for the temporary container for reorganizing Engines between Virtual Engines.

Use the buttons below to add, delete or rename Virtual Engines:

It is not allowed to edit or delete the Virtual Engines being currently processed.


This tab implements user groups organizing to define how user authentication and authorization are used to provide access to the Cinegy Capture Planner configuration and management:


The "Active Directory Groups" panel on the left shows all user groups present in the active directory. Click a user group to display its description:


The user groups authorized to have access to the Cinegy Capture Planner configuration are displayed on the right in the "Used Groups" list. There are three types of policy privileges:

  • Admin – provides full access to the Cinegy Capture Planner configuration and management on the website.

  • User – provides the rights to edit the recordings on the Cinegy Capture Planner website.

  • Guest – provides the view-only rights on the Cinegy Capture Planner website.

The "Guest" rights are assigned to the users logged in to the Cinegy Capture Planner website for the first time.

To assign a new active directory group to the used group, follow the steps:

  1. Select the required group in the "Active Directory Groups" list.

  2. Define policy privilege by choosing either "Admin" or "User" from the "Filter By Policy" drop-down list.

  3. Press the "Add" button.

  4. All the users of the group will have access to the Cinegy Capture Planner configuration and management determined by the predefined policy.