Cinegy to Showcase Version 10 at IBC

Over the past year, Cin​egy has been rolling out Version 10 of its products portfolio to the industry and IBC visitors will see first-hand the benefits and new features including Cinegy’s 4k Workflow Solutions, Cloud Multi-Channel Playout Solutions, Enterprise Production & Archive Solutions, IP Based Broadcast Solutions, and News, Studio & Live Production Solutions.

The Cinegy Desktop.

The Cinegy Desktop is a universal production tool with real-time access to media in Cinegy Archive, Cinegy’s Enterprise Archive Solution. Cinegy Desktop runs on a standard PC and is a power tool for logging, searching and editing with an integrated timeline for Rapid turnaround editing.

Along with a powerful suite of tools for logging and editing, Cinegy Desktop Version 10 now includes new and improved newsroom management, with newswire import services that further enhance the news production workflow.

Cinegy Air PRO is a multi-channel software playout and automation solution for scheduled or live operation in SD/HD or even 4K. Cinegy Air easily integrates into existing SDI infrastructure, or can be running in 100% cloud environment using IP streaming for I/O.

New in Version 10 is Ultra HD (4K). It is one solution for 24 hour play out, studio or live news. Multi-channel boards from AJA or Deltacast can be used and UTAH Scientific SDI routers are supported.

Easy multi-channel commercial insertion and automatic commercial insertion with SCTE 35. It uses the Cinegy Traffic Gateway for Broadview integration.

The Cinegy Capture ingest solution.

Cinegy Capture is a multi-channel, multi-format and multi-proxy ingest solution and reinvents the acquisition and transcode process, unifying the task of ingesting material and generating edit or web proxies in all popular formats and containers. It features live preview with PPM and VANC indicator, multicam ingest scheduled recording, metadata support and has a new control application with customizable layout.

It also supports Deltacast SDI, Nielsen Watermark support and uses Capture Planner for managing the scheduled events.

The Cinegy Multiviewer is also upgraded.

Cinegy Multiviewer is Cinegy’s multi-channel video monitoring software, enabling broadcasters and production houses to monitor streams from satellites, camera feeds, playout devices and other sources locally and remotely.

New in Version 10: 4KUHD input and output support, increased SDI board models, integrated 608 / 708 CC decoding and display, Dolby Digital / AC-3 certified decoding and skinnable analogue clocks.

Cinegy will be showcasing Version 10 of its complete product range at IBC 2015 on stands 7.A30 and 7.A41.

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