We report here on two aspects of non-chemical, post-deposition processing of laser-deposited superconducting Yba2Cu3O7-δthin films. One patterning process consists of placing a contact mask over the film and removes the surrounding material by excimer laser ablation. Good edge definition for 30–100 μm etch features is obtained. However, some redeposition of material is observed. In separate patterning experiments, oxygen-deficient films were re-oxygenated by a direct-write laser heating method. This process produces very smooth edges between the superconducting patterns and the surrounding material.