Available floor space in the new premises will be 4,000sq ft, down from 11,000sq ft at Ingestre Court.
It will offer eight offline suites, including one Final Cut Pro, and audio finishing and grading facilities. These include two Digital Vision suites and two DS Nitris finishing suites.
Managing director John Tadros said: “We have made a healthy profit over the past few months, now that we have eliminated some of the legacy issues [we faced with M2]. The new building is better laid out than Ingestre Court and suits the boutique market we are looking to move into.”
Originally trading as M2, the company went into administration in April but re-formed under a new name, Rocket, with staff reduced from 32 to 22.
Recent Rocket jobs include Lark Rise to Candleford, graded by Vince Narduzzo.