Forbidden Technologies, the AIM quoted owner and developer of the FORscene cloud-based video platform, is pleased to announce that FORscene will feature in a series of presentations which Forbidden is organising during the IBC 2012.
Top media professionals will be discussing different post-production workflows, such as collaboration and long-distance editing. They will also be providing real-life examples of how FORscene has been used in different productions.
The IBC is one of the most important broadcast events in the calendar. It is taking place between 6th and 11th September at the RAI Amsterdam. Alternative workflows will be a highlight of this yearâs show.
The presentations where FORscene will be discussed are as follows:
- Saturday, 8th September âJai Cave, of Envy Post, will present Post Production in the Cloud: Discovery's Gold Rush case study.
- Sunday, 9th September â Michael Worringer, of Broadcast Interactive Media, will present Cloud Creation and delivery for brands and broadcasters.
- Monday, 10th September â Alison Driver, of Pegasus Works will present Cloud, collaborative post production with crews around the world.
Stephen Streater, CEO of Forbidden, says:
"It is good to see so many presentations at IBC this year discussing real life FORscene use cases. It shows the growing acceptance of the power of modern cloud workflows in video post-production, and demonstrates FORscene's leading role in this exciting growth area".
The presentations will be held at the Workflow Solutions Village, which is a new addition to the IBC Production Village.
For more information, please visit www.forbidden.co.uk or contact:
Forbidden Technologies plc
Tel: +44 (0)20 8879 7245
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