Cinedeck Releases v.4.0 for RX and MX

Cinedeck has released Version 4.0 for the Cinedeck RX and Cinedeck MX, which features a completely rewritten user interface.

The updated version features a bevy of new features including a flexible project-based file naming system with wildcard substitution. There are no restrictions on file or folder names, no restrictions on depth of nested folders, and Template structure with wildcards for common variables.

More features: True independent channels on RX/B (2i/4o), RX3G (2i/4o) and MX (2i/6o and 4i/8o); the ability to record on a channel while playing out on another; easy transcoding via loop-through (RX/B, RX3G and MX only); support for gang mode record (RX/B, RX3G and MX only); RX/C mode on RX/Broadcast and RX3G – Single input, dual encode settings; H.264 proxy in addition to high res recordings in many encoding settings (RXB/3G); H.264 hardware encode (RX/B & RX3G only); H.264 AVC1/MOV playback.

V.4.0 also adds: AVI wrapper support for Cineform and Uncompressed ; Timecode burn-in to recorded file ; UI control of character out toggle on/off; save and restore user preferences and project settings in XML format; support for SxS and CF card media; expanded file/disk management tools; select multiple clips in a folder for playback; very fast thumbnail view compared to previous Cinedeck releases; scan and import existing clips into database; independent control of each channel over TCP/IP or RS-422; support for Jog/shuttle controller on MX; CSV Edit list Record (with in and out points in column 1 and 2); record pause; analog audio input/monitoring; IRIG-B timecode support; external LTC support for pairs of channels on MX; burn in support for active TC and system time; AVI wrapper for Cineform and uncompressed; key shortcuts for autorec, F1=off, F2=autorec generic on; key shortcuts for mouse ctrl+return and window mode alt+return; IMX codec support; support for playback of Quicktime files with N Mono Audio channels; support for playback of Quicktime files generated by Avid and Final Cut.

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