Bill Bennett, the Media Solutions Account Manager at ENCO, says the company that pioneered computer-based, digital audio and program automation for radio stations and TV studios have a quartet of products that it is sharing with those who planned on attending the NAB Show.
Inspired by broadcast television, ClipFire goes a step further, making it possible for a single operator or lean crew to produce and stream professional-looking videos for all kinds of presentations, including online lectures by universities, religious services by churches, and training by corporations.
ClipFire users can drag and drop media files from the library onto the GUI screen for production or playout using familiar Explorer file lists and ingest media into the library manually or via unmanned DropBox Watch folders. Users can tell ClipFire how to handle newly ingested assets, including assigning file names, categorizing them, and adding metadata for searching.
As a TV Channel-in-a-Box, ClipFire from ENCO offers a wide range of capabilities essential for live video production, multichannel playout, and streaming, all integrated within this compact, Windows-driven appliance. ClipFire enables users to produce live or pre-recorded videos enhanced by graphics, animations, rolls, crawls, lower third supers, and more while streaming to multiple destinations simultaneously.
With its ClipFire TV channel-in-a-box solution, ENCO has integrated mission-critical broadcast capabilities, such as live production, playout, editing, live graphics, media asset management, and more into a compact, Windows-driven appliance.
Video podcasting on social media allows everyday people to become broadcasters with their own signature channels.
When patients arrive at a healthcare facility seeking medical attention, eye-catching digital signage can answer their commonly asked questions without distracting or overburdening the desk staff.
If creating visually interesting digital signage takes too much time, effort, or money, or requires integrating third-party systems to aggregate all the necessary tools, the process becomes burdensome for cash-strapped PEG channels. ClipFire solves this dilemma by integrating digital signage creation, asset management, and automated playout capabilities into a compact, software-driven TV Channel-in-a-Box.
While community media stations typically operate on tight operating budgets, the reality is that, in order to attract and interest viewers, they must deliver broadcast-quality video programs that meet the expectations of today’s sophisticated media consumer. With its ClipFire TV Channel-in-a-Box, ENCO offers community media an integrated solution that supports their local news and public affairs mission by enabling broadcast-quality video capabilities.
With its enCaption closed captioning system, ENCO makes video captioning readily available and affordable to community media channels so they can comply with mandates and better serve their viewers’ needs.
Make videos more accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers while facilitating faster searches of pre-recorded lectures in a media library by captioning all your video content.
As an intuitive production tool, ClipFire lets teachers unleash their creativity as they transform their classroom lectures for delivery in the virtualized realm.
ClipFire is equally at home playing out video clips to stage monitors as well as streams to web and social media sites.
Having an integrated system that handles digital signage along with a wide range of live video production switching and streaming tasks maximizes the efficiency of equipment and other resources.
ENCO’s ClipFire addresses the needs of House of Worship customers large and small by integrating many essential video production capabilities into an all-in-one appliance.