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Forscene introduces new tool designed to increase audience engagement Posted: 10/01/2017
Forscene introduces new tool designed to increase audience engagement

Broadcasters and programme-makers can now easily incorporate user generated content into their edits and on social media with a new software development kit available on the Forscene cloud video platform. Dubbed Camera SDK, the tool is being used for the first time by Licklemor Productions to increase audience engagement on the popular Sky1 youth magazine show, Whats Up TV.

Tags: Forbidden Technologies | Forscene | Aziz Musa | cloud video platform | Camera SDK | Whats Up TV | Licklmor Productions | MAMA Youth Project | BVE 2017 | BVE 2017
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IGS and Forscene to support Latin America broadcasters in growing OTT sector Posted: 17/11/2016
IGS and Forscene to support Latin America broadcasters in growing OTT sector

Forbidden Technologies plc, developers of cloud video platform, Forscene today announced a new partnership with software engineering and media services company, Intec Global Solutions.  The Argentina-based company is the first Forscene service provider in the Latin America TV market.   

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Live event specialists pick Forscene for fast highlight edits Posted: 03/11/2016
Live event specialists pick Forscene for fast highlight edits

Professional video editing software, Forscene, has been chosen by Australian streaming video producers, Corrivium, for fast turnaround editing and collaboration on live online events.  The contract was facilitated and will be supported by Digistor, Forscenes recently-appointed service provider to the Australian and New Zealand markets.   

Tags: Forbidden Technologies | Forscene | Aziz Musa | cloud video platform | professional video editor | Corrivium | Digistor | Streaming Media | Live Events | Digistor
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Forscene tackles remote challenges with new app and amp; virtual ingest Posted: 17/10/2016
Forscene tackles remote challenges with new app and amp; virtual ingest

Professional video editing software, Forscene is now even more accessible with the introduction of a review app and new UI for the Forscene Virtual Ingest Server running on Mac.  These new technologies will be make it even easier for remote crews and contributors to use Forscene to collaborate on video productions. 

Tags: Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | professional video editing software | review app | virtual ingest server | curve media | Aziz Musa | Next TV Summit & Expo | NAB Show New York
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Forscene expands OTT news client base with Calkins Media and Field59 Posted: 05/10/2016
Forscene expands OTT news client base with Calkins Media and amp; Field59

Forscenes use amongst OTT news providers continues to grow with the recent addition of local Florida television station WTXL ABC 27 to their client list.  The news provider will use Forscenes professional video editing software for live-feed capture, editing, closed-caption, and web publishing as part of an integrated streaming and video-on-demand solution provided by Field59. 

Tags: Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | professional video editing software | Calkins Digital | Calkins Media | OTT | News | Aziz Musa | NAB Show NY | Next TV Summit | IBC Show | Guy Tasaka | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Forbidden Technologies to migrate its cloud video platform to Amazon Web Services Posted: 06/09/2016
Forbidden Technologies to migrate its cloud video platform to Amazon Web Services

Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted cloud video platform owner, has announced that it is expanding its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver a roadmap of solutions dedicated to globalizing media.

Tags: Forbidden Technologies | Forscene | Aziz Musa | cloud video platform | professional video editor | AWS | Amazon Web Services | Virtualised workflows | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Forscene partners with Fanview for sports content Posted: 03/08/2016
Forscene partners with Fanview for sports content

A partnership signed today makes professional video editing software, Forscene, available to digital video producers and rights owners through sports content and experience specialists, Fanview.  The non-exclusive agreement expands Forscenes network in the digital content arena.

Tags: Forscene | Fanview | professional video editing software | digital content | online sports content | Jason Cowan | Jim Irving | Forbidden Technologies
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Forscene targets Asia-Pacific expansion with first Australian reseller Posted: 19/07/2016
Forscene targets Asia-Pacific expansion with first Australian reseller

Forbidden Technologies plc, developers of professional video editing software, Forscene, today announced a new partnership with Australian technology solution provider, Digistor.  Under the non-exclusive agreement Digistor will become Forscenes first Australian service provider and boost the softwares representation in the Australian and New Zealand markets.

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Forscene to host OTT Innovator of the Year at IBC 2016 Posted: 30/06/2016
Forscene to host OTT Innovator of the Year at IBC 2016

Forscene will host a presentation by OTT Innovator of the Year, Guy Tasaka at IBC 2016s Technology in Action Theatre.  The presentation, Efficiency, speed, innovation the key ingredients to delivering your breaking news content, explores how the news industry has adapted for OTT and social delivery, and is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 10, at 2p.m.   

Tags: IBC 2016 | Forscene | News | OTT | Forbidden Technologies | Field59 | Calkins Digital | Guy Tasaka | Jason Cowan
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Lucas Oil chooses Forscene for OTT motor racing content Posted: 20/06/2016
Lucas Oil chooses Forscene for OTT  motor racing content

Sports broadcaster, Lucas Oil Racing TV, has chosen Forscene to provide fast turnaround edits for their OTT motor racing content.  The motorsport specialists are using Forscenes professional video editing software to produce race highlights packages which are then distributed directly to a global audience through their website and on platforms including Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Nexus Android TV.

Tags: Forscene | professional video editing software | motor racing content | motor racing | OTT content | Lucas Oil | Forbidden Technologies | Lucas Oil Racing TV | Jason Cowan | Dave Wonser
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Forscene scores double win at Marketing on Mobile Awards Posted: 24/05/2016
Forscene scores double win at Marketing on Mobile Awards

Professional video editing software, Forscene was awarded two wins at The Drum Marketing on Mobile Awards ceremony at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square on May 18.  Forscene won in the categories of Best B2B Sector Mobile Strategy and Best Mobile / Tablet app, for work carried out on the media management interface by mobile agency, Nimbletank.

Tags: MOMA | Drum | Marketing on Mobile Awards | Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | Nimbletank | Forscene ingest server | Forscene media management | professional video editing software | Jason Cowan
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Magilla Entertainment signs up to Forscene for Discovery Channel series Posted: 12/04/2016
Magilla Entertainment signs up to Forscene for Discovery Channel series

Recognised leader in non-scripted TV production, Magilla Entertainment has licenced professional video editing software, Forscene for one-year.  The New York-based production company intends using the software to streamline their post workflow and bring down costs on a variety of reality shows including the recent 18 episode uporder of Diesel Brothers for Discovery Channel. 

Tags: Magilla Entertainment | Discrovery channel | Diesel Brothers | Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | NAB | Jason Cowan | professional video editing software | post-production | editing | cloud workflows | reality-tv | unscripted | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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Forscene set to redefine collaborative editing in 2016 Posted: 19/01/2016
Forscene set to redefine collaborative editing in 2016

Forbidden predicted today that their professional video editing software, Forscene, will redefine collaborative editing in 2016 by enabling new post-production workflows.  The company will kick off a campaign aimed at highlighting the benefits of browser based editing with an expanded presence at the first major industry exhibition of the year - BVE 2016.  

Tags: Forscene | Forbidden | cloud | post-production | collaborative editing | BVE 2016 | Post-production Theatre | remote editing | producer-editor | editor | Forscene release | Jason Cowan | browser-based editing | BVE 2016 | BVE 2016
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Forscene Boosts Editing and Collaborative Capabilities in Newest Release Posted: 18/11/2015
Forscene Boosts Editing and Collaborative Capabilities in Newest Release
A new iteration of Forbidden's professional video editing software, Forscene, will be released on Nov. 24 and will be immediately available to all clients of the post-production platform. The functionality introduced in this release enables new Avid workflows and increases efficiencies on multitrack productions. Many of the new features were requested by longtime Forscene client Princess Productions, who was integrally involved in the development and testing process. 
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Forscene Deployed Across Leftfield Entertainment Group Posted: 04/11/2015
Forscene Deployed Across Leftfield Entertainment Group
Forbidden, makers of the market-leading professional video editing software, Forscene, today announced that U.S.-based Leftfield Entertainment (LFE) has chosen to deploy Forscene across its group of production companies to provide a flexible and efficient post-production solution. The purchase comes after the cloud-based post-production platform was tested on the series "Football Town."  Forscene provided remote access to media, allowing producers in the field to collaborate with the post-production team back at base, expediting media processing and ingest as well as transcription.   
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