EVS shows Forbidden Cloud workflow

Forbidden Technologies, developer of the FORscene cloud video platform, and EVS are promoting a proof of concept for Cloud-based sports and news workflows. This follows the high profile use of FORscene by NBC to remote edit thousands of hours of content from the London Olympics, in New York and for distribution on YouTube.
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Forbidden Technologies, developer of the FORscene cloud video platform, and EVS are promoting a proof of concept for Cloud-based sports and news workflows. This follows the high profile use of FORscene by NBC to remote edit thousands of hours of content from the London Olympics, in New York and for distribution on YouTube. In demonstration at NAB, FORscene will be shown interfaced with the EVS IPDirector system to allow remote, browser-based editing of footage. Remote edits will be conformed against broadcast quality footage centrally for transmission. FORscene will also be shown working with EVS's Xedio Dispatcher to support remote acquisition and editing of news footage by journalists in the field. Field editors will be able to upload ENG material to the cloud to share with colleagues in the broadcast centre, and will also be able to upload content from the broadcast centre to the cloud for use in the field. If editing remotely, users can then upload content from multiple facilities to the cloud, enabling editing anywhere. Once complete, any hi-res conformation of the edit can be done in the destination where the playout will take place. Luc Doneux, EVP Sports division at EVS, said: “We watched with interest as FORscene was used by sports broadcasters in 2012 to enhance their coverage of the major sporting events of the summer. The time has come to integrate FORscene with IPDirector and Xedio Dispatcher to allow our clients to benefit from the cost advantages and flexibility of cloud-based workflows.” Adrian Pennington www.evs.tvwww.forbidden.co.uk

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