Hula Post Dailies Transcoding and Archive
Hula Post provides dailies and archival services for all production budget levels of film, television and OTT content. Our volume based approach is designed for reality show shooting schedules and turnaround times. Extensive file based camera formats are supported and transcoded with a LUT (show specific or REC709) to a single or multiple DNX codecs. Audio sync and visual QC are performed and an H264 can be generated for iPad or streaming service viewing. Original camera files are written to LTO (LTFS or TAR) or archived to a cloud solution of the shows choice. If written to tape, MD5’s are performed and included with the tapes log.
Color Correction & Audio Services
Hula Post offers audio and color finishing for streaming, broadcast, theatrical and home entertainment release projects. Our robust infrastructure allows us to accommodate any format. We have a 4K workflow to meet the demanding delivery requirements of today and tomorrow. Combining leading edge technology with some of the industry’s best creative talent, we offer a handcrafted approach toward theatrical and television finishing. Hula’s color suite platform is Davinci Resolve with both LDR and HDR calibrated displays. Hula’s audio suite has the state of the art Pro Tools.
Hula Post is also able to create encrypted and non-encrypted DCPs at a cost effective rate. We are accredited in the Neflix Post Partner Program (NP3) as well as by A&E and History Channel.
Hula Post offers complete Data Archiving for your show.
Once a project is completed and delivered, it is still necessary to archive and preserve working files and various additional renders to provide an easy path towards future re-mastering. Flattened EDLs of the finalized DI timeline, matching the master and archival renders are generated so that they may be easily split (or notched) at edit points in a later session, possibly on a different platform than the initial DI.
Hula Technicians manage & organized the Media to write to LTO 5,6 or 7 (LTFS or TAR) and confirm with an MD5 report included with the tapes log