An Online Destination for Film + TV Post Production Professionals
Post your Videos with our newly installed VIDEOS Tab! Member videos ONLY please. No product or company demo reels please. Videos need to be less than 100 MB, and in .mov, .mpg, .avi, .3pg, and .wmv formats. All videos will be reviewed and approved.
POST PRODUCTION PRO.COM
This is your place to connect and communicate with other Post Production Professionals.
The first thing you need to do is join our community. Anyone in the Post Production community can join. The more members we have the better the experience for all. Spread the word.
Now that you have joined our community, get involved, and participate. How? If you’re looking for a job, list yourself in the “Hire Me!” section, so that prospective employers can find you. If you’re an employer, yes, employers can be part of the community also, and you’re looking for Post Production Professionals to staff your project, then post your employment opportunity under the “Jobs Available“ section. Have some insight into a Post Production problem faced by other members of the community? Then blog about it on the PPP Wall.
The benefits are many, and will happen through the exchange of information with your fellow community members, be it about a job you’re looking for, or looking to fill, or a technical issue you may be challenged with, or just peer to peer advice from your fellow community members.
We look forward to you being part of POST PRODUCTION PRO.COM.
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