Cinegy Broadcast Video Player
The broadcast video player: is a professional broadcast video player that meets all technical requirements and common standards of modern broadcasting. It provides wide-range support of popular MXF formats, including XDCAM HD and AS03/AS11 standards, and full power of Cinecoder format decoding (MPEG-2, H.264, IMX, AVCI100/DVCPRO). READ MORE...
Cinegy Player is a new tool for broadcast professionals that demand outstanding quality, precision and playback performance while working with high-end video formats. Cinegy Player includes native support for most broadcast industry standard video codecs within the two most common containers – MOV and MXF. Whether playing files locally or across the network Cinegy Player’s performance is beyond anything available on the market so far, which comes as no surprise as the same underlying technology powers Cinegy’s video server and video production and workflow solutions.
Use industry standard keyboard shortcuts or intuitive mouse-control perform actions such as:
- Invoke normal, reverse or looped playback with audible video scrubbing.
- Variable speed playback from ¼ to 64x real-time.
- View video full screen or with zoomed/scaled playback.
- Take frame accurate single steps through the video.
- Mark in and out points and play in a loop.
- View original timecode display or enter an absolute or relative timecode position for accurate navigation.
- View the built-in Media Info display which provides all relevant metadata information including technical MXF information.
- Use standardized broadcast audio VU-meters to display audio levels and perform easy toggling of channels being monitored.
Cinegy Player supports a wide range of file formats:
Uncompressed or compressed AVI playback depending on machine-local installed AVI codecs.
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) as adopted by the Digital Production Partnership in the UK (http://www.digitalproductionpartnership.co.uk/technical-standards/). MXF playback supports the following codecs: AVC-Intra 50/100, DV, DVCPro50, DVCProHD, generic H.264, generic MPEG-2 long GOP or I-Frame, IMX30/40/50, Sony XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XDCAM HD, XDCAMHD422, etc.
MOV (without the free Apple QuickTime components installed)*
AVC-Intra 50/100, DV, DVCPro50, DVCProHD, generic H.264, IMX30/40/50, XDCAMHD422* 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.MP4MP4 files with generic H.264 inside. MPEG-2 MPEG-2 Program Streams (PS).
* 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.
Cinegy Player is a commercial product using Cinegy’s renowned Cinecoder SDK codec libraries and Cinegy’s Cinecoder MXF libraries. Cinegy is a principal member of AMWA, the body defining MXF.
Cinegy Player has a retail price of Euro 95.00 or USD 129.00.A 30 day trial version is available here!
Cinegy Workspace empowers media production teams to collaborate on projects wherever they are – in the office, at home or on the road. Cinegy Workspace provides secure access to your Cinegy Archive Database from anywhere at any time. All that is required is a standard computer or laptop running Windows or Mac OS, and a regular internet connection. Using the Cinegy Workspace browser-based interface, clips can be searched, browsed, selected and even edited. Users can participate in a collaborative workflow even when they are based in different locations.
Cinegy's world leading media asset management solution Cinegy Archive now includes Cinegy Archive Services and the Cinegy Workspace client to access them. Cinegy Archive Services provide a secure way to allow Workspace clients either in the local network or via the Internet to access the Cinegy Archive contents. Cinegy Workspace has been developed using all new technology based on Microsoft's Silverlight providing cross platform support (running on Windows and Mac OS) and requires no dedicated application installation.
Collaboration, Anywhere, Any Time
Changes are visible immediately allowing real-time collaboration. For more advanced operations such as HD timeline editing the Cinegy Desktop client remains the best choice. Changes made to a project from a team member on the road using the Cinegy Workspace client are immediately reflected in the Cinegy Desktop application and vice versa.
Using the latest web advances Cinegy offers a rich internet application for users on their preferred computer platform, allowing them to access their assets from anywhere and collaborate in real-time. Cinegy Workspace transforms your digital production system into a modern mobile workflow.
- Remotely manage material. Create, delete, rename and move folders and bins.
- Quickly and easily manage metadata stored against clips, using the clipbin table view.
- Play clips in clip bins and rolls. Play clip bins as sequences, set markers and create sub-clips.
- Submit edited storyboards to Cinegy Convert via integrated job drop folders.
- Easily locate clip origins.
- While viewing clips in the Cinegy Workspace player, windowed or full-screen playback can be controlled via industry-standard keyboard shortcuts or mouse.
- System information, media timecode and duration information can be displayed in the viewer.
- A sophisticated search engine allows video material and documents to be located quickly.
Flexible and Scalable
Five Cinegy Workspace licenses are included with the Cinegy Archive Database, allowing any five users access at any given time. Extra licenses can be added quickly and easily allowing more users to work simultaneously on the collaborative production process. For large organizations a separate Cinegy Workspace Server can be set up to provide a scalable enterprise volume platform. With the Cinegy Workspace Server in place concurrent access is available to all permitted users, with the number of simultaneous connections dependent on server capacity and network bandwidth.