Tag: Multiviewer

What's New in Cinegy Multiviewer 24

Introduction: Unveiling Cinegy Multiviewer v24.2 After nearly a year since our last major release, we are thrilled to unveil Cinegy Multiviewer v24.2, the culmination of months of hard work and dedication from our team. The journey to this milestone has been one filled with challenges and triumphs, particularly as Cinegy Multiviewer took on the role of early adopters for the new generation of our cornerstone internal libraries - Cinegy ML 9 and Cinecoder 4.

What's New in Cinegy Multiviewer 22

Introduction We wanted our previous Cinegy Multiviewer release out ASAP so much that we had almost no time to write a traditional "What’s New…" post. And finally, we are back with the new and shiny Cinegy Multiviewer 22.10 release! The previous release has had a fair number of bugfixes and improvements, some of which include introducing a fresh GUI look, supporting cinematic framerates and non-48 kHz audio feeds. Some of the updates, like significant GPU performance optimizations, have been announced quite a while ago and you have seen it at Cinegy TechCon, on our YouTube channel, or in Cinegy Multiviewer 21.

Cinegy Multiviewer 21 – Go Further With GPU

This post is a slightly amended version of the presentation that Yaroslav Korniets gave during Cinegy’s Technical Conference 2021 which was live-streamed on March 25th and is now available to view as a recording. NVIDIA GPU Acceleration Overview Graphics chips started as fixed-function graphics pipelines. Over the years, these graphics chips became increasingly programmable, which led NVIDIA to introduce the first Graphic Processing Unit. The biggest constraint in using the GPUs for general purposes was that they required use of graphics programming languages like OpenGL and CG to program the GPU.

Hacking Cinegy

The idea behind the original presentation at TechCon 2016 was to show how you can extend your workflow using the open architecture of Cinegy products and open Cinegy APIs.

So, in this post we will revisit some of these demonstrations and show that such kind of "scripting" is not as difficult as most of you may think, and can open new horizons for your everyday tasks.