Virtual Post has added 10 multipurpose edit suites to its Brighton facility in the last 12 months.
The post and content servicing company opened a base at Freedom Works in early 2018, adding a Brighton regional outpost to its metro and Cloud facilities in London and Orpington.
The Brighton hub opened with just two offline suites and added a further 10 edit suites over the past year, all equipped with Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere, Resolve grading and finishing, and Adobe After Effects graphic capabilities.
The new suites also offer Avid NEXIS shared storage and are digitally connected to Virtual Post’s London and Orpington offices with proprietary fibre circuits and Cloud infrastructure.
Virtual Post founder and CEO Jon Lee said: “The ability to collaborate in real time with teams in multiple geographic locations is reshaping the post production landscape, enabling next-generation post houses to fully support the UK’s indie community, wherever they are and however they choose to work. We offer clients the best of all worlds – metro, regions, nations and Cloud.”