27 March 2018, London – Forbidden Technologies, through its partnership with Bridge Digital, is pleased to announce a leading US education provider, specialising in legal education has selected the Blackbird cloud video platform. The platform will allow staff to edit live stream seminars and court procedures, which form part of their on-demand training services.
Relevant video clips from live seminars can be provided on-demand for use across training sessions. Blackbird helps companies to manage digital content resources, ensuring legal professionals are at the forefront of legal knowledge and expertise.
Blackbird has processed over 8 million hours of professional video content using our patented Blackbird codec.
“We’re delighted to be able to partner with a prestigious US educational institution. Blackbird has the ability to embrace or become a part of existing core infrastructure on an ongoing basis”, said Ian McDonough, CEO Forbidden Technologies. “Our Blackbird codec and suite of tools are an ideal solution for the fast growing area of enterprise video, as we can work with live growing files and closed archive files with superior speed and ease-of-use.”
About Forbidden Technologies plc
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT, www.forbidden.co.uk) floated in February 2000.
Forbidden develops, markets and licenses a powerful cloud video platform using our patented Blackbird technology. The technology underpins multiple applications which are used by rights holders, broadcasters, sports and news video specialists, post-production houses, other mass market digital video channels and corporations.
The Blackbird technology allows full visibility on multi-location digital content, improves time to market for live content such as video clips and highlights for social media distribution, and results in much more effective monetisation.
Blackbird® is a registered trademark of Forbidden Technologies plc.
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