I Like Using Post Haste in Post Production
What makes Post Haste excellent post production software?
The screenshot sums it up well. It duplicates a prebuilt folder tree, and also supports some straightforward name replacement. I personally don’t use the name replacement for anything more complex than dictating Date, Client ID’s, and Project ID’s – and when people ask for my advice I’m hard pressed to find much more that needs to be managed in the name replacement. If you have a specific need… here’s the manual and here’s the support page.
You can have each file set up as it’s own template.
I really like the ability to place Adobe Creative Suite files inside the template, thus making Post Haste a templater of templates! Inception!
I never feel irritated by the updates (they all seem to be stability patches anyway), there’s zero data mining. It lives 100% local, and Digital Rebellion is pretty transparent how Post Haste is an enticement to draw you into Kollaborate, which is their bread and butter.I don’t know how it’s working out for them, but Post Haste is free of nagware, and you don’t need to create a profile or give over an email.
People with repeatable digital work might be able to come up with really clever usages of Post Haste…Feels like an app where the intended purpose barely scratches the surface of its potential.
Give the app a spin sometime. It may more intense of a tool than you’re hunting for – but if creative asset management is your jam, go kick the tires on Post Haste.
Thanks for reading!
ABOUT THE WRITER
Charles is an independent motion video & animation producer living in Austin Texas that used to review rock and roll bands in Chicago, writes the occasional scripts, and loves a good production story.