Kitplus, the TV-Bay magazine, covers their use of Forscene for cloud editing at BVE. They report: "Forscene provided a cost-effective, easy to learn, reliable solution … Being able to work with media while it ingests and publish directly to other content distribution networks and social media platform are fantastic features for fast-turnaround projects like this one and the edit capabilities of the system are unrivalled in its class".
Field59, a BIM offshoot, is integrating Forscene into its video platform to provide live-feed capture, editing, closed-caption, and Web publishing solutions to its broadcast, sports, and education clients. 4rvf quotes Derek Gebler, CEO and founder of Field59: "Working with the team at Forbidden has been a pleasure. The company is a true partner in every sense of the word. Forscene is the best cloud-based editing system on the planet, and I am excited to continue our relationship".
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market leading cloud video platform, Forscene, is expected to announce its preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2014 on 2 April 2015. Enquiries: Forbidden Technologies plc Stephen Streater, CEO Tel: +44 (0)20 8879 7245 Cenkos Securities plc (Nominated Adviser and Broker) […]
Forbidden has signed a reseller agreement with Technicalogy. Based in Burbank, California, Technicalogy is founded by Brian Boring and Antonio Nacrur, and brings with it experience of selling and supporting Forscene in the Americas.
RedShark News has an editorial: Could you do all your post production work in a web browser? Yes. Soon you almost certainly will. The article links to Forscene under the link Here’s a state of the art example of a cloud-based production system written in Java.
Membership of professional bodies is one way Forbidden makes its presence felt across the industry. Forbidden is now a Silver Member of the IABM.
Industry weekly Broadcast reports: "IMG has licensed the use of Forscene for all of IMG’s digital rights channels in 2015. Under the agreement, IMG will use Forbidden Technologies’ Forscene to edit and distribute sports highlight video content". Industry monthly Televisual adds: "IMG’s original brief was for a fast-turnaround subclipping and sharing solution but, after testing Forscene, the project scope was expanded to include highlights editing and packaging".
The world’s largest independent distributor of sports programming, IMG, has licensed Forbidden’s Forscene video platform to edit and distribute sports highlight video content. Brian Leonard, IMG lead live engineer, said: “We were impressed with the range of features Forscene offers within a user-friendly interface, their competitive annual pricing model, and their fantastic support".