Timeline explains the hybrid post-production workflow it created for this eight-part series

The second series of BBC Children’s The Amelia Gething Complex was post-produced by Timeline. Using a hybrid editing setup.

The eight-part teen comedy series, fronted by social media star Amelia Gething, begins today (19 March) on BBC iPlayer, followed by a release next month on BBC2.

Timeline North, based in MediaCityUK, provided on-location edit facilities at Manchester Studios and worked on the production with a mixture of local and remote post-production.

The facility’s technical team, fronted by Chris Mann, created a remote post-production workflow that enabled the offline editor to complete the offline and fine cut from home, streaming the Avid output to the producer either at home or in Timeline’s post facility.

The Grade was also completed remotely by Ollie Kenchington, using DaVinci Resolve 15.

Furthermore, VFX were done remotely by Lynn Tidsey of Tidsey Graphics, working closely with Timeline North’s in-house online editor Ross McAdam, to refine the eight episodes featuring complex visual effects and graphics.