Post Haste
Post Haste
2.6.4

5.0

Post Haste free download for Mac

Post Haste

2.6.4
15 September 2018

Organize your post-production assets.

Overview

Post Haste allows you to simplify your creative workflows by organizing your assets before you start. Post Haste makes it easy to create customized folder structures for each project.

  • Set up filename parameters such as project name, client and date to enforce a common naming convention. Use folder breaks to create a folder hierarchy from your parameters.
  • Modify the included templates to meet your needs or create your own from scratch using the built-in template editor.
  • Post Haste is ideal for shared environments. Set the template location on each computer to a shared storage area and assign a default template for each department.
  • With unlimited templates and customization options, Post Haste is flexible enough to accommodate the needs of every facility.

What's new in Post Haste

Version 2.6.4:
  • Fixed an issue where color coding may not work correctly
  • Minor bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations

2 Post Haste Reviews

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Neil-M
14 December 2011

Most helpful

Wish, I'd found it sooner. Very handy. Combined with Touvaly, this is great for getting control of multiple projects rolling out on my servers. Free. Keeps getting better.
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Version 2.0.3
Ronnb
02 June 2012
I too wish I had found this some years before since this would make it easier to organize files from the start. The GUI and function is simple and clear. I suppose I could wish for extra capabilities but this is just perfect for my needs.
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Version 2.1.1
Neil-M
14 December 2011
Wish, I'd found it sooner. Very handy. Combined with Touvaly, this is great for getting control of multiple projects rolling out on my servers. Free. Keeps getting better.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.3
1 answer(s)
Kihoalu
Kihoalu
11 January 2012
An interesting concept. I have a very involved, indented folder structure for some projects (various types), & have always lamented that it was awkward to replicate the container organization. For example, if one is a photographer, illustrator or cartoonist, dividing assets by type in a structure that make sense is important (to me, anyway). Further, the default folder structure of Final Cut, etc is not the way I like my projects to be organized. I store my assets in subfolders. I am not aware of any way to automate that structure across video projects - are you using this within an application like Final Cut? Even backups become messy without a organizing framework. (Yeah, there's always Time Machine & global searches, or DevonThink). Is it beyond the scope of this comment area to ask you how you manage to use these 2 applications together?
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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