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.
Presenting information, such as breaking news, with near real-time captions created and translated into one of many foreign languages would make the content more accessible to non-English speaking viewers—provided it can be done cost-effectively.
Like the main DTV channel, programs broadcast on the subchannels must also provide closed captioning to ensure accessibility by deaf and hard of hearing viewers.
Automated approach overcomes unpredictable scheduling challenges for closed captioning of live television coverage and in-room AV open captions for participants
Video podcasters are always seeking to expand their audience base. Using enCaption, they can make their content accessible to all.
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