Wed 31st Jan, 2007
First US sale
Forbidden has been expanding its global reach beyond Europe.
With the help of Formidable Technologies, Forbidden has made its first US sale of
Mon 29th Jan, 2007
Forbidden Technologies has sent two staff for meetings in Europe. This trip is to explore the potential markets for
the consumer version of FORscene, Clesh.
Fri 26th Jan, 2007
is a fully integrated web-based logging, editing, reviewing and publishing tool.
Even so, FORscene is designed in a modular way which allows easy integration
with other systems at every stage. For example, logging metadata can be imported
and exported in the ubiquitous Comma Separated Variable (CSV) format.
Thu 25th Jan, 2007
FORscene's storyboard has been upgraded. The new version, which is fully integrated with FORscene's professional
logging system, is an intuitive introduction to the increasingly important fields of
logging and metadata.
Wed 24th Jan, 2007
"Top 10 technologies for the future",
this week, and making a prominent appearance is
"Web 2.0 meets video post-production".
The article, draped around a screenshot of
explains: "... these capabilities are already in use around the world, for example with Forbidden's own FORscene system,
a Java-based program for logging and editing that runs on PCs, Macs and Linux without
any software installation or hardware upgrades. Thus Web 2.0 has reached professional video production,
video post-production and video distribution".
Tue 23th Jan, 2007
new account management interface is available to customers.
With accounts and users now separated, each customer can determine
the level of access to its accounts.
Mon 22nd Jan, 2007
Forbidden Technologies would like to welcome
Jonathan from our Canadian distributor Formidable Technologies,
who is visiting us in Wimbledon this week.
Thu 18th Jan, 2007
has published an article called
"The Post Revolution".
"Corporates and broadcasters want programmes made faster and less expensively.
And they want to distribute them over the web and mobile TV. Web-based production could be the answer,
says Forbidden Technologies md Stephen Streater"
Wed 17th Jan, 2007
Recent Internet coverage
Far Eastern 3G site talks about the FORscene mobile player:
"You can take videos on your mobile phone and upload them in to your FORscene account".
You can also upload video through your phone's web browser via the FORscene web upload page.
Tue 16th Jan, 2007
Recent Internet coverage
website from the Toronto International Film Festival Group talks about using FORscene for editing:
"For teachers who do not wish to purchase editing software FORscene is an alternative because it is a pay as you go system.
FORscene is a web-based video-editing platform, that runs on both PCs and Macs".
Mon 15th Jan, 2007
The Wall Street Reporter has an
with Forbidden CEO, Stephen Streater. The interview, disseminated to the financial community,
covers the impact of new internet and mobile phone technology on the global video market.