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NEWS MANIPULATE & EDIT Cloud editing Forbidden has predicted that its professional video editing software, Forscene, will “redefine collaborative editing in 2016 by enabling new post-production workflows.” The boast will be backed up by a campaign aimed at highlighting the benefits of browser based editing. The first incarnation will see an expanded presence at BVE (Stand M30) that will include a workflow lounge and a cloud editing masterclass. “Forscene was originally developed and introduced to the local market as a logging and sync-pull solution, but the software is now capable of so much more,” said Jason Cowan, business development director at Forbidden. “We can’t wait to re-introduce Forscene at BVE 2016 and to help clients realise the potential that this software has to fundamentally change the way they approach post production.” forscene.com Broadcast audio At BVE Calrec Audio (Stand F10) will showcase the latest software enhancement for its Apollo and Artemis consoles. Version 4 features include: send levels on faders that allow the user to change the path level indicators on the fader to aux send level; admin-level protection of bus widths that are stored in the show memory for quick and easy changes; and meter highlighting when a fader is touched. The update is available for all consoles with the Concord processor upgrade. Calrec will also showcase an integrated Waves SoundGrid offering for its Hydra2 platform of consoles that uses a brand-new interface module that provides a direct connection between Hydra2 and the Waves SoundGrid network, allowing simple integration and introducing fewer parts into the chain for lower latency and greater reliability. calrec.com Digital audio Junger Audio will use CABSAT to show off its range of loudness control and audio processing products for the broadcast and pro audio industries. The line-up will include the D*AP4 (four channel) and D*AP8 (eight channel) processors that feature the company’s proprietary Level Magic algorithm. Thish offers audibly transparent loudness processing without colouration, pumping, breathing or distortion. They are aimed at radio and television companies. Junger will also be showing the D*AP 8 MAP Edition, an eight channel surround monitoring audio processor that offers Dolby monitoring. It gives broadcasters the chance to audition their stereo or surround mixes, check compliance with relevant loudness standards and verify critical Dolby Digital metadata parameters. jungeraudio.com 20 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 110 FEBRUARY 2016