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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 5.13% 10.25 9.50 11.00 10.25 9.75 9.75 43,571 11:00:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.9 -2.6 -1.1 - 34

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13/2/2020
17:52
seems like a few folks are thinking that THE BIRD IS THE WORD?
geheimnis2
13/2/2020
17:32
i heard vast majority of editing involves simple cuts from one scene to next. so for most activity an avid level tool is overkill. but if your content needs that 10% you have to have those tools in the chain. but if 90% of the work can be massively sped up with a tool like blackbird it makes sense to have use different strokes (or makes it a necessity if your competition opts for blackbird and starts beating you to the finish line).
_m_k
13/2/2020
17:15
SSB Whoosh indeed. Have the MM’s been fishing for sellers recently, I think so
nickb
13/2/2020
17:13
Chris An Avid editor will not give up their Avid for anything. However we have always been in the Avid workflow for many years. So no direct replacement on big complex jobs in TV and Films. Might see a official partnership with them you never know.
nickb
13/2/2020
16:36
The BIRD is the WORD !
flagon
13/2/2020
16:31
Closed with max offered 1.5k @ 16.997 Woosh
sideshowbull
13/2/2020
16:29
🚀😃
biker6
13/2/2020
16:19
Make that max 15k @ 16.25p Oh well
sideshowbull
13/2/2020
16:16
They just dropped limits on offer to max 25k @ 15.975p. Hmmm
sideshowbull
13/2/2020
16:13
From memory at the back end of 2018 IM did an interview and one point that he made almost as an aside was that he was not trying to replace AVID as a way of handling video. Then he said there was, however, a lot of work that AVID does that was ancillary to their main function and that BIRD could do that faster and better. At the time I had probably been watching too many nature films and was put in mind of a praying mantis starting with the back leg and continuing until only the head was left. If I have remembered that correctly BIRD will be in the workflow with AVID picking up the bits at the end. They might find that is a very uncomfortable place to be if more and more editing and manipulation takes place in the Cloud without the need for AVIDs kit in every location. It's a major shift in technology. How many amateur producers of photos now use expensive cameras when phones can take pictures at more than 13 Mega Pixels and send them anywhere in the world? There is still a need for some very special and expensive kit and processing but the mass market is dying if not already gone. When did you last pay to print holiday snaps?
chriscallen
13/2/2020
12:35
MK Yes agree with that Avid editing is very niche these days when you look at the overall market. But we work within an Avid workflow. Perhaps will even do an OEM deal with them at NAB.
nickb
13/2/2020
12:21
It is simply research written by an institutional stockbroker . Apart from Allenby of course , I am not aware of any other firm following Bird . There is much less research into small companies now thanks to MIFID . Unless Ashdeans comes up with some evidence probably best to ignore what he is saying .
richard107
13/2/2020
12:00
think the 'trick' to winning here is going to be less about displacing traditional editing users wedded to their avid software (either out of necessity or comfort) and more about capturing newer users whose video editing needs don't require the complexity of fully fledged nle video editors. we do have a definite advantage in terms of speed / simplicity.
_m_k
13/2/2020
11:49
MK Yes it’s messy and inefficient but it is being touted as a solution. I think Ian described it as bolting on wings to a train! However it can also help us in that virtualisation only does high end video Finishing work at the end with Blackbird in the rest of the workflow. So we really do have a Cloud Video solution that is fast highly efficient and highly scalable No one else can do ALL this.
nickb
13/2/2020
11:48
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chriscallen
13/2/2020
11:16
"Competition could be virtualisation running conventional editing software on a server in the Cloud basically a Remote Desktop or other very clunky downloading techniques." that model is pretty awkward. requires you to always push your files to the internet. blackbird's edge server works both ways. you can bring the internet to your content instead. ‘computing to the content’ hxxps://www.blackbird.video/rns-announcement/annual-general-meeting-statement/
_m_k
13/2/2020
10:29
I've already said that with possible malware.
flashheart
13/2/2020
10:22
Cabi Check his posts he looks like a spammer
nickb
13/2/2020
10:08
Ashdeans. I’m now following that Twitter account, but can’t see anything about Blackbird. When was it posted?
cabi1
13/2/2020
09:47
ashdeans Member since: 30 Jan 2020
sk02457
13/2/2020
08:52
What’s a Broker note?
nickb
13/2/2020
08:41
Ashdeans. Any chance you can cut and paste the broker note, as I can’t access it on Twitter.
cabi1
13/2/2020
08:04
Another late post of a purchase: 12-Feb-20 15:53:22 15.73 118,259 Buy* 14.50 16.00 18.60k O 12-Feb-20 16:24:49 15.00 75,000 Sell* 14.50 16.00 11.25k O 11-Feb-20 12:35:26 15.45 300,000 Buy* 14.50 16.00 46.35k O 12-Feb-20 15:23:37 15.80 56,899 Buy* 14.50 16.00 8,990 O
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