The following illustration shows the main window of Cinegy Multiviewer:
The application may start in full-screen mode; you can use the Ctrl+F4 shortcut or Esc to quit the application. Use the F12 key to leave full-screen mode.
Each channel is represented by the channel preview component:
The channel preview consists of the following parts:
Channel name – displays the specified "user friendly" name.
Real time video preview – plays the incoming video in real time.
Audio level indicators – show the incoming audio levels and indicate audio stream encoder types:
PCM – uncompressed audio (e.g. WAV);
AC3 – Dolby® Digital audio;
DLB – Dolby® E audio;
N/A – no signal is detected or available audio stream cannot be decoded.
|If there is no license to decode the particular stream, the audio stream encoder type indicator is disabled.|
VANC panel – shows the VANC (Vertical Ancillary Data Space) information that shows the presence of closed captions, along with any AFD and PR data values.
Signal availability indicators ("Alarm panel") – check the signal presence. There are three types of indicators:
RTP – shows if there is any RTP/UDP signal available in the selected stream source;
Video – shows if the specified video stream is present;
Audio – shows if expected audio channels are available.
|If any signal is lost, the corresponding indicator starts blinking (RTP, video or one of the audio).|
Stream info panel – shows the encoding, format, resolution and frame rate of the stream.
Loudness panel – shows the calculated loudness values.