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15/08/2013

FORscene Selected By IBC TV News

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Forbidden Technologies is to partner with IBC TV News for the sixth year in a row, through a new deal to provide access and editing capabilities with its FORscene cloud-based post-production tools.
"We are honoured that IBC has invited us back to be an essential part of the IBC TV News workflow once again," said Greg Hirst, business development director, Forbidden Technologies plc.
"This partnership gives us an invaluable opportunity to demonstrate the power of FORscene easily to the exhibitors and attendees, whether they are attending in person or virtually."
IBC TV News is the official TV and webcasting channel for the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), held each September in Amsterdam.
During the convention, IBC TV News editors and producers add key stories to www.ibctvnews.com, providing on-site and virtual visitors alike with news and exhibitor interviews from the show floor, plus information from the various conference sessions.
Starting with IBC2008, IBC TV News has used FORscene to repurpose material for both broadcast and website videos during and after the exhibition, reaching more than 50,000 attendees and more than 1,300 exhibitors.
A FORscene server will be installed at the RAI conference centre in Amsterdam and used to compress and upload the content.
Participating broadcasters and IBC exhibitors will then have controlled access to this archived content, including rushes and daily programme footage. Search functions, built-in moderation tools, and a range of access levels will enable users to search metadata attached to the material to find the shots and sequences they want.
Using FORscene's frame-accurate editing tools, users will be able to create simple edits or complete Web video packages. Once complete, FORscene's auto-conform process can provide a high-resolution MPEG-2 or H.264 file to be used in final broadcast pieces or delivered to the exhibitors' websites.
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