IBC 2021, 3-6 December, Hall 7 Stand A01: Cinegy will highlight a range of solutions at IBC 2021, including Air 21.9 and Multiviewer 21.11, giving customers and partners an opportunity to learn about new functionality and features first hand. Mike Jacobs, Head of Professional Services at Cinegy will also participate in a panel discussion at the show; the session entitled ‘Cloud-based Workflows – what IP can do for production of content’ takes place on Saturday 4 December.
Cinegy Managing Director Daniella Weigner commented: “We are excited to re-connect with our customers, industry friends and colleagues face-to-face and have provided a safe meeting space in which to demonstrate all the innovations and updates we have been busy working on since we last had the opportunity to gather together. IBC 2021 will give our customers the opportunity to find out how we can help them make the transition from traditional workflows to IP and cloud more straightforward.”
Products with recent updates being highlighted at the Cinegy stand include:
Cinegy Air 21.9 – Simplifying the increasingly complex process of playout, automation and file delivery, Cinegy Air 21.9 is an integrated suite of software that acts as a broadcast automation front-end and a real-time video server for SD, HD, Ultra HD (4K), and/or 8K playout. For the ultimate flexibility, users can now play compatible format and mixed resolution content, as well as un-rendered edit sequences, straight to air. The system delivers EAS, Nielsen watermarking and Cinegy Titler channel branding in a single software solution.
Cinegy Multiviewer 21.11 – Customers today must deal with a rapidly growing number of streams from satellite, camera feeds and playout devices. Cinegy Multiviewer streamlines the process, displaying all these signals before analyzing them and raising alerts for any detected signal problems. The latest version offers significant improvements to video scaling performance and support for 8K formats for input devices. Running as a service on COTS hardware, video streams can be received over IP via Ethernet or using standard SDI cards.
Cinegy Capture 21.9 – Revolutionizing the acquisition and transcode process, Cinegy Capture now offers a range of updates and new features, such as cloud-ready architecture, full ingest control via a standard internet connection, support for audio input and WDM input devices, and added RS422 timecode source for SDI boards.
Cinegy Titler 21.9 – A straightforward way to add multiple layers of automation controlled, template-based titles, logos, animated graphics, and more. From simple ticker tapes and lower thirds to multi-layer character animations, Cinegy Titler is packed with advanced effects and features. The solution gives production teams an easy way to make changes on the fly as well as alter elements in a pre-created template. The Cinegy Titler template builder and title designer makes the task of building creative templates quick and easy.
The Cloud-based Workflows – what IP can do for production of content session is scheduled for Saturday 4 December, 15:15 – 16:00, on the Production Stage. Panellists will discuss their future vision of remote and live production, the role that cloud will play along with the benefits it delivers, including cost-efficient scalability, faster rapid capturing speeds and the reduction of investment in proprietary technologies.
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