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SVG Europe headline "SVG Europe’s SportTech 2015: deltatre and Forscene to address the potential of integrated virtualised services". Coverage of their SportTech Europe summit next week continues: "In June 2015 the curtain will rise on a major new European sporting event … some leading industry technologies are being integrated to provide a groundbreaking end-to-end virtualised solution for digital rights content – a growing trend that is further unleashing the power of cloud workflows for international sporting events".
Forbidden’s Forscene has found a sweet spot in Sports. Forbidden partner deltatre describe how they benefit from Forscene in this video case study.
In a cross a continent case study, TV Technology Europe describes how Keo Films used Forscene for BBC production Bangkok Airport. "We used a Forscene server in our hotel room to ingest and upload … our series producer, executives and production coordinators could review and approve raw media before the hard drives ever arrived from Thailand … [Forscene] saved us invaluable time".
Forbidden is exhibiting at the Master Investor Show on Saturday 25 April. The show is an opportunity for investors to catch up on the latest from Forbidden, on the professional side following NAB, and including seeing the eva video social network beta in action.
The IABM has made a video about Forscene. Jason Cowan talks about how perception of Forscene has been transformed.
The Kit Plus Show interviews Forbidden’s Jason Cowan on video. Jason talks about how demonstrations turned NAB visitors from sceptics to converts.
Sports Video Group has special coverage of Forbidden’s Forscene at NAB. In answer to "What’s been the breakthrough factor there, with the sports production community?", Forbidden’s Jason Cowan is clear: "I think from our perspective it’s acceptance of Forscene as an editorial tool".