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Post Haste Sound Expands With Video Editing and Encoding Services


LA-based audio post house Post Haste Sound has expanded its services to offer video editing, mastering, encoding, and QC from a brand new, state-of-the-art video suite.

“The demand for services to support digital delivery and after-market opportunities has truly exploded,” said Post Haste co-founder Allan Falk. “We make it easy for any production to come in and take care of all of their audio, video, mastering, encoding and QC in one place. And we’ve made it a very inviting, creative and client-friendly place.”

Post Haste’s new high-end video suite is equipped with Apple Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro along with graphics and titling capabilities, and its expert staff provides QC of both HD tape sources and HD/SD files in any format. Encoding and transcoding of SD and HD using the latest in streaming and mezzanine file creation software supports VOD and broadcast deliveries for tapeless workflow. Post Haste is also assisting its clients with video dubbing, cross-conversions and down-conversions. The facility has a multitude of video formats, including HDCAM SR and HDD5, as well as older video formats.

With its new video services, Post Haste now offers clients comprehensive creative picture editing and mastering services that are fully integrated with the company’s mixing, ADR, Foley, re-mastering, audio restoration, editing and digital migration services for features and television.

20th Century Fox Television recently tapped Post Haste’s new video services and multi-format sourcing capabilities for the re-mastering of all six seasons of its series The Wonder Years, for which Post Haste also provided extensive music replacement services.

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