ClipFire is a complete automated playout system melding automatic ingest, media asset management, graphics, and playout automation into one platform. ClipFire allows a single operator to ingest, schedule, edit, and play out media from the same system.Learn More
ClipFire allows a single operator to ingest, schedule, edit and play out media from the same system, streamlining your entire workflow into one program.
Manage playout, scheduling and live sources from a single, configurable interface, or keep playout and scheduling in separate workflows
Record or playout on multiple channels at the same time, whether SDI, HDMI, NDI®, and more
ClipFire is format and resolution agnostic: play a variety of mixed file formats and resolutions, even using transitions
Create and edit playlists with drag and drop ease, or interface to your favorite scheduling system
With a wide range of third-party products and controls such as IP, serial, GPI and more
All ENCO products are backed by our 24/7 US-Based support team.
ClipFire offers broadcasters, cable television operators, and streaming media providers a comprehensive, reliable, and cost-effective platform for organizing, managing, and automating critical broadcast production and integrated channel playout tasks. ClipFire combines features including ingest, media asset management, graphics, live production, and playout automation within a unified, easy-to-use platform. ClipFire also integrates seamlessly with a growing range of third-party systems to form frictionless, end-to-end media workflows.
ClipFire supports the ingest and playout of an assortment of industry-standard file formats, resolutions, and frame rates and transcodes them on the fly to the desired output format. Furthermore, ClipFire supports a range of live inputs from SD/HD/3G-SDI sources, USB cameras, and network sources using the NDI protocol.
"We purchased ENCO ClipFire as a turnkey system. An ENCO representative came to our facility and performed the installation and on-site training. Migrating our existing content assets into the ClipFire library was remarkably straightforward – existing files were graphically dragged and dropped into the library from our centralized storage, and ClipFire was instantly able to play them to air. We were quickly impressed by its graphical interface, simplicity of operation, and rich feature set. It’s now fast and easy for us to create a schedule, get it on air, and just as important, it’s easy for us to graphically rearrange the schedule, adding or deleting entries on the fly. We fully transitioned after running ClipFire in parallel with our old system for just one day.
ClipFire isn’t just for playing out recorded video clips: it can manage live video inputs from cameras, routers, or a production switcher and seamlessly switch between the inputs and recorded content.
ClipFire is excellent for playing out recorded video clips, but it is also terrific for managing live video inputs from cameras, routers, or a production switcher. Seamlessly switch between inputs and your recorded content. Create switcher commands and add them to your playlist to completely automate your production.
ENCO’s MOS Interface seamlessly bridges television news production and playout operations. Plug-ins for AP ENPS, Avid® iNEWS® and Octopus Newsroom allow journalists and news producers to access ClipFire asset libraries directly within their familiar NRCS user interface, incorporating ClipFire elements including graphics, audio, and video into their scripts. Rundowns are automatically synchronized with the ClipFire system via the MOS protocol to play out the assets.
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All of our products are backed with 24/7 live emergency support and a comprehensive online support portal and knowledge base. Our technical support team boasts over 200 years of combined engineering experience in a wide range of broadcast professions including program directors, engineers, IT managers, and even on-air talent. From remote assistance to on-site installation, the ENCO support team is ready to help your station, even on a moment’s notice.