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Forbidden Tech puts emphasis on sports and consumer videos

A new interface has been designed to appeal to more sophisticated editors, particularly in sports.

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A new interface has been designed to appeal to more sophisticated editors, particularly in sports.
Forbidden Technologies (LON:FBT) is throwing is weight behind a move in to the sports editing arena  to boost sales of its Forscene video editing technology.
 
A new interface has been designed to appeal to more sophisticated editors, particularly in sports, the company told shareholders at its AGM today.
 
“IMG, the world's biggest digital sports rights holder, has started using Forscene on a regular basis, and another client is using Forscene in a major multi-year deal this summer. 
 
“A stream of smaller events provide a good backdrop in sports, with our North American operation providing both broadcast productions and a base for addressing this geography.
 
“The upgrades to the professional platform have led directly to increased traction in the high value sports arena, and this is an area where we continue to look for growth.”
 
Forbidden’s first mass market consumer product, eva, is set to launch on iPhone in July. 
 
A new consumer video editing product, Captevate, is also entering beta testing.
 
“Forbidden's consumer markets are exciting, and we are now making rapid progress,“ it concluded.

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