Cinegy GmbH, a provider of software technology for digital video processing, asset management, video compression and automation, and playout, has introduced software version 22.10 for Cinegy Route.
A simple tool to manage media networks, Cinegy Route provides the building block for IP-based infrastructures, providing a centralised directory for high volumes of content streams.
The new release brings advances in both functionality and the user experience. The code base has moved to a 64-bit architecture and makes use of GPUs (graphic processing units) in the client workstations to boost power.
Stream improvements include support for encrypted SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) sources, and the ability to play back live HEVC (High Efficiency Video Codec) streams in the Cinegy Route preview player, giving workstation operators confidence in monitoring any of the streams under their control. The new release also offers support for secondary events, allowing them to be clean switched within the Cinegy Event Manager, under the control of Cinegy Route.
Daniella Weigner, CEO of Cinegy, said “Our users are building ever more extensive workflows in their IP networks, with large numbers of sources and destinations, transcoding and processing, audio shuffling and mixing and much more.
“They need a simple, intuitive way to keep track of everything and, with this new version of Cinegy Route, they have all the functionality they need on their workstations, in a form which is completely intuitive to use.”