Forscene on Macbook Air
Among several developments Forscene is showing at IBC is integration with deltatre’s products and the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform to provide a hardware-independent solution for the post-production and distribution of digital rights content.
In addition, the Forscene platform's ability to publish sub-clips and full highlights packages, including graphics and multilayer edits, directly to social media platforms and content distribution networks has been improved and expanded to include Twitter.
There's now dual system audio to facilitate ingesting native rushes directly into Forscene, and the new ability to sync separately recorded video and audio original source files.
The company is demonstrating its workflow using five simulated car races at IBC. Users can “experience the thrill of editing your personal race highlights” on Forscene running on an iPad over a standard internet connection. This can be published directly to multiple social media platforms.
IBCTV news, the official broadcaster for IBC2015, will once again use Forscene to provide its self-service syndication workflow. Participating broadcasters and IBC exhibitors will be able to access library content provided under editorial control, including rushes and daily program footage from Forscene. In addition, Forscene will work with IBC's Rising Stars to enable their content to be packaged and made available to the IBCTV news team.
The Forscene team will host the panel discussion "How the cloud is changing post workflows" in the Technology in Action Theatre, 3.A19, on Saturday, Sept. 12, at 14:30. This discussion will investigate the impact that the cloud has had across different sectors – from reality talent shows to sports highlights and observational documentaries. Experts in each format explain how logging, editing, reviewing, and/or distributing content in the cloud has redefined "post" and changed their workflows.
See Forscene at IBC stand 8.B38e
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