Cinegy Route Control is used for switching sources of the virtual destinations that allows the route operator to preview the incoming video for each virtual destination in real time.
|To have enough privileges to work with Cinegy Route Control, user should be included at least to the "routing users" group. Refer to the Server Security article.|
To start Cinegy Route Control, go to Start > All Programs > Cinegy > Cinegy Route > Cinegy Route Control; the following connection dialog box appears:
Enter the Route Directory Service IP address or network name and press "Connect". Cinegy Route will be started:
All visible physical network sources available for the currently connected server are displayed in a tree-like form on the left.
Below this tree, there is a player where the video stream of the selected network source is previewed.
You can start/stop the playback by pressing the corresponding buttons. To hide the player, deselect the "Show Player" option.
The right side of the Cinegy Route window is divided into two parts:
Virtual Destinations – a panel where all virtual destinations for the currently selected network source are displayed;
Processing Nodes – a panel where all processing nodes for the currently selected network source are displayed.
All available virtual destinations and processing nodes are grouped into different tabs according to the virtual source and processing source groups correspondingly created via the Cinegy Route Manager.
It is possible to check the streams on-air status by using the "Show streams status" command from the "File" menu. The name of the stream that is currently being on-air remains displayed in regular font, while the other ones become grayed out:
The "Show streams status" option is disabled
The "Show streams status" option is enabled
The virtual destinations can be locked for security reasons. The locked sources are marked with the lock label:
Can be unlocked
Cannot be unlocked
The yellow lock means that the source is locked, but the current user has privileges to unlock it.
The red lock means that the source is locked by the superior user and the current user has no privileges to unlock it.
|Refer to the Server Security article for more information about the server security management.|
All the lock/unlock events are tracked with short details in the logs. The log files are created every day in the following location: C:\ProgramData\Cinegy\VoIP Registry Server\Logs\ at the definite time set through the ChannelDirectory.exe.config XML configuration file. A sample of its structure is shown below:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <configuration> <configSections> <sectionGroup name="applicationSettings" type="System.Configuration.ApplicationSettingsGroup, System, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089"> <section name="ChannelDirectory.Properties.Settings" type="System.Configuration.ClientSettingsSection, System, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" requirePermission="false" /> </sectionGroup> </configSections> <applicationSettings> <ChannelDirectory.Properties.Settings> <setting name="LogDayStartAt" serializeAs="String"> <value>time</value> </setting> </ChannelDirectory.Properties.Settings> </applicationSettings> </configuration>
Here the "time" value defines the time when a new daily log is created.
If the source is locked, unlock it first before you start routing. Use the "Unlock" command from the context menu to unlock the selected virtual destination:
Select the desired physical source and add it to the unlocked virtual destination via drag-and-drop:
The following dialog box appears asking you to confirm your decision about changing the source:
The physical source name will be shown in the bottom part of the virtual destination icon:
To disable routing for the current virtual destination, use the "Set blank…" command from the context menu:
or press the button in the "Properties" menu of the virtual destination.