"A step-change in how to economically get a channel on air."
The Cinegy JET Pack is described as an all-in-one media management solution for playout; CG and branding; ingest and encoding; monitoring; live production and mixing; and transcoding. Launching at IBC it is available as an annual subscription for Euros1995, including updates.
“JET Pack represents a major step-change in how to economically get a channel on air,” said CEO Jan Weigner. “Over the last 10 years our Cinegy product set has been technically proven to deliver business efficiencies during operations. With the introduction of JET Pack, the practice of spending hard-earned capital to buy multiple software products for installation on multiple big iron machines can join corded telephones in the museum.
“Now all you need is one Cinegy dongle and an annual subscription to provide a vast range of media management functions, all at a fraction of the cost to which most are accustomed. JET Pack can also be purchased for 4995 Euros including the first year of updates. That’s more than 20,000 Euros-worth of software for under 5K.”
The Cinegy JET Pack includes Cinegy Air PRO - the real-time playout server and multi-channel broadcast automation software; Cinegy Capture PRO - software for real-time ingest; Cinegy Multiviewer – four channels of multi-channel video monitoring software; Cinegy Live mixing and cutting software; and Cinegy Convert transcoding and batch processing software plus many others. All are available on a single annual subscription basis, or for purchase if desired.
See Cinegy at IBC stand 7.A30.
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