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Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM:FBT, www.forbidden.co.uk) floated in February 2000. The Company develops and markets a powerful internet video platform, FORscene, which is used by broadcasters, in professional web video, in education and by consumers. FORscene is one of the world's most advanced browser-based and mobile applications,...Read more
Forbidden's FORscene handles 20,000 hours of Olympics footageAugust 20 2012, 8:00am
FORscene produced thousands of full HD versions clips of approved Olympics videos for viewing thorugh the web and on mobile phones to a mass international audience, Forbidden said.
Forbidden licensed its cloud-based video editing suite FORscene to YouTube for use as part of bigger integrated systems for a number of clients, including NBC.
FORscene was also used to produce compressed video files for use in television broadcasts.
Stephen Streater, Forbidden Technologies’s chief executive said: "The importance of the web for this sporting event has allowed FORscene to demonstrate clearly its flexibility and stability in a highly pressured environment.
The advantages of the FORscene cloud are now readily apparent to a growing number of professional users."
Last month, Forbidden reported Revenues for the six months to June 30 grew 91 per cent to £348,000, from £182,000 in the same period in 2011, while gross profits were up to £283,000 from £156,000.