Cinegy Player is a standalone tool for viewing popular broadcast files in a professional interface, using the same industry leading technology that underpins all other Cinegy products.

Cinegy Player performs variety of actions. It provides an easy-to-use interface to play video files, view media information, set timecodes, control video and audio playback or override aspect ratios, to name just a few features.

Cinegy Player implements frame accurate, high performance video playback and scrubbing with professional audio VU meters. The player supports embedded timecode with MXF metadata display, and for your convenience it has standard keyboard shortcuts and an intuitive drag-and-drop user interface, which makes the use of Cinegy Player easy and familiar.

Supported File Formats

Using Cinegy Player saves you the trouble of using any other playback tools or applications, as it supports a wide range of file formats:

Format Description

MP3, WAV, M4A

Audio-only files.

AVI

Uncompressed or compressed AVI playback depending on machine-local installed AVI codecs.

MXF

OP-Atom (e.g. Panasonic P2) or OP1A (e.g. XDCAM) with specific Application Specification (AS) support for AS-03 (MXF for delivery) and AS-11 (MXF for contribution). MXF playback supports the following codecs: AVC-Intra 50/100, DV, DVCPro50, DVCPro HD, generic H.264, generic MPEG-2 long GOP or I-Frame, IMX30/40/50, Sony XDCAM , XDCAM EX, XDCAM HD, XDCAM HD422, etc.

MOV

AVC-Intra 50/100, DV, DVCPro50, DVCPro HD, generic H.264, IMX30/40/50, XDCAM HD422. MOV files are played with Cinegy Player without any Apple QuickTime components installed.

Note
QT AAC Audio or QT DNxHD playback requires the installation of Apple’s QuickTime for Windows player and the free AVID DNxHD QuickTime component for Windows.

MP4

MP4 files with generic H.264 inside.

MPEG-2

MPEG-2 Program Streams (PS).

MCRItem

MCR items – clips or comprehensive Sequences with titlers, effects, pictures and voice-overs inside.

Caution
This feature requires a Cinegy Player PRO license.

RTP / UDP

Video stream playback from a URL.