• Post

    What is it?

    Post-production covers any part of your workflow after you shoot your footage, including all your editing, visual effects (VFX), colour grading and finishing.

    Why does it matter?

    Post-production is the stage in your workflow where you work on making your video look the best it can and ensure it’s fit for delivery. You need to make sure you’re investing in the right tools to do this, and that your staff know how to use them.

    What can we do?

    We can provide you with all the tools, advice and support you need to successfully edit and deliver your video footage.

    This covers:

    • Video convertors.
    • Capture cards to ingest and output content.
    • Turnkey system builds.
    • Leading software including Adobe Creative Cloud
      and Avid Media Composer and Symphony.
    • Colour critical performance displays.
    • Workflow design and implementation.
    • Hardware configuration and optimisation.
    • System training and support contracts.

    What are the benefits?

    If you’re working on a budget, we can help you to utilise the software you already have and use it in post-production. We can help advise and provide training on your existing software like Adobe Creative Cloud, which you can utilise for video editing with apps like Premiere Pro and After Effects. We can also supply you with more high-end software like Avid Media Composer and Symphony and DaVinci Resolve hardware.

    If you’re looking for a more in-depth breakdown of our post-production services and solutions, click here.

    Our partners

    Avid Adobe Blackmagic Design GenArts Boris

    An editing suite at Mere Mortals

    “Jigsaw24’s in-depth and empathetic understanding of post production workflow has enabled us to make the correct decisions and implement the systems required to improve the way we produce and deliver multimedia content.”


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