Release Notes

Cinegy Live provides broadcasters with the ability to mix and cut audio and video IP streams into a new stream while remaining in the software world.

Built to solve second generation business challenges encountered since Cinegy started to drive broadcasters into the IP domain, it harnesses the base features of Cinegy’s multi-view monitoring solution, Cinegy Multiviewer, whilst blending IP and SDI signals seamlessly.

With an intuitive user interface, Cinegy Live allows operators to pick input sources with a modern, touch-oriented interface while retaining an immaculate, broadcast-quality output.

Blending the art of vision mixing with the instant feedback of an integrated Multiviewer, Cinegy Live eliminates the challenges that circuit or encoding and display latency can pose to an operator. Integrated support for audio channel selection and mixing brings proactive management of content streams under control, whilst active decoding of all inputs coupled with embedded file-based play-in sources allows instant cuts, overlays, or slow wipes between any stream sources with a clean 4:2:2 encoded output signal in SD, HD or 4K.

For help and support please contact the Cinegy Support Team via the e-mail address.

Cinegy Live 15.0

Cinegy Live Release: 15.0 RC

Cinegy Live Build:

Release Date: June 19, 2020

Before you start the installation, it is recommended to uninstall any previous versions of Cinegy Live components that you may have on your machine.
This is a soft release of Cinegy Live 15 in order to update the media libraries and bring the product in line with associated Cinegy applications. Cinegy Live is only available through purchase of the Cinegy TV Pack bundle or via special arrangement with an account manager.

Major Improvements

  • Support for NDI and SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) on input and output

  • Added support for SRT encryption

  • Windows Media Device and WebCam can be used as an input

  • GPU acceleration for HEVC and H.264

  • ML updated to v7.4

  • Output to screen added to Cinegy Live output options

  • RTP inputs and outputs relabelled as MPEG-TS

Known Issues and Limitations

These limitations will be addressed in the next releases.
  • Do not choose NVIDIA "RTX" series cards if you want to use GPU encoding (NVEnc) for Interlaced TV formats! All RTX (Turing family) Nvidia cards do not support interlace field coding mode.