In our previous blog, we looked at how smaller churches can benefit from launching online streaming of their services, especially given the health risks posed by large indoor gatherings. And all church organizations can benefit from having integrated video production and streaming capabilities that maximize space, budgets, and manpower.
As life returns to normal, placing digital signage displays around the worship center or campus can keep church members apprised of important events, updates, and announcements. Here again, 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.
That’s the value proposition of ENCO’s ClipFire, a TV Channel-in-a-Box with a wide range of powerful tools houses of worship can simultaneously use to perform the following tasks:
• Automating the scheduling and playout of live video streams and pre-recorded clips
• Transcoding of media formats and files on-the-fly
• Playing out video and messaging to local digital signage displays
• Managing multiple video playlists and media assets and playing them out with drag and drop ease
Since all of your media assets reside in ClipFire’s centralized library—including video clips, text, and photos—they’re easier to ingest, manage, and playout. The same video assets are ready to send to digital signage monitors, local IMAG displays on stage, as well as to web and social media sites.
And don’t forget you can set-up playlists of pre-recorded media—such as sermons and other video clips—to stream to your web and/or social media sites continuously with minimal effort. Be there for your members 24/7 with automated media streaming.
Learn more about how ClipFire can serve the needs of your media ministry, including automated playout of digital signage displays.