Forscene NAB 2016 highlights

NAB 2016

As this year’s NAB comes to a triumphant end, it has left the team at Forscene feeling very excited about the future. 2016 has been a brilliant show, with a record high amount of traffic coming to our booth, from both existing clients and potential new ones! With our recent wins with the likes of Leftfield Entertainment and Magilla Entertainment, it has created a peak in interest in our potential US clients, as we are starting to break out further into the US market.

Take a look at our NAB video showing just how great this year really was.

Forscene in the Press

At this year’s NAB, we were showing three major new features: our virtual ingest server, closed captions, and double system audio.

Neil Roberts, Forscene’s  Head of R&D and Support, was interviewed by  SVG, where he explained with real world examples  how each new feature works and the importance to have them within this industry. Forscene is all about time and cost efficiency, which is why we’ve tailored these features to make them as effective as possible within a post-production workflow. TVB Europe also ran a piece on Forscene in their NAB roundup feature.We were also featured in  Broadcast Tech magazines NAB preview issue, with a detailed link at our new auto sync tool meeting with US guidelines.

NAB Show video interviews

Also at the show, we partook in several video interviews. The first was on Day 1 of the show, where RedShark News’ David Shapton interviewed our Business Development Director, Jason Cowan on the NAB Show Live. The two discussed Forscene’s offering to the North American market and made history, as it was the first live video recording transmitting in virtual reality. You can watch the full interview here:

Moreover, Cowan was also interviewed by TV Bay’s KitPlus team, who are at the show every year recording the latest and greatest things to see.

And lastly, It wouldn’t be NAB without some great networking events: the Forscene  team attended the  always entertaining Object Matrix Sports Evening, the IABM Advance Show party and the NABA/DPP Specification Launch event, which was a new initiative at this year’s show. As Forscene are members of these latter two organisations, it was an excellent opportunity to meet with fellow industry professionals.

 

 

0 74
Ashton

Leave a Reply