This video provides an overview of the AME export workflow.
- [Instructor] In this movie, we're going to take a look at the exporting overview for encoding some formats, and then pushing them out to another location using the Encoder, typical use of this particular product. So, in the last movie, I added this MOV file, a QuickTime file, to my cube by dragging it in from the media browser on the left hand side. Now, if you have access to these files, you could use exactly the same file that I'm going to be using here, although any files of your own would be suitable.
So, I'm just going to drag a second copy of this in. So, I've got two copies of the same movie, but I would like them to be encoded differently. And I've got two folders set up to receive the products that are going to be produced as a result of this. So, I'm going to navigate to those first. I'm going to go here and click where the output file is going to go, and I'll navigate to my Desktop where I've actually created this AME Export Demo folder.
If you want to create something similar, again, you could do that. And I've got Broadcast Export here. So, I want this one to go into Broadcast Export, and I'm going to call it brdcst. Just there, that will do. Okay. And then I'm going to do the second one here. This is going to go into my Web Export folder. Okay, and I'm just going to call this one wbexprt, just for example, on there.
And you can see that that's reflected here in the file name. Then I've got the presets that I can use for the wrapper, and we'll be talking more about those things in the next movie. And here, I've got my different encoding methods. So the MOV file or the MP4 file, that is a wrapper, and we'll cover that in the next movie. And these are different ways of encoding the data inside that wrapper.
Okay, so I'm going to leave these both or this one here, H264. It's going to match whatever the source is, so in terms of size and in terms of data rate, but I could change that also here. So, I was doing this for a particular one of these devices, or output intent, so I could change that. I can also highlight something by clicking on it, like so. And then I've got the preset browser in the bottom left here. I'm going to go to Broadcast, and to H264 and wind that open.
And so, I've got a range of different dimensions and bitrates in here. And you can see, it's giving me all of that information in these columns just here. I'll go to exactly the same thing here. So, high bitrate, when I do that, because it's selected here, it will say Apply. So, let me just go medium bitrate first and do that. And you'll see now that's going to create a copy at medium bitrate. And then I'm going to do this one for web, so I'll come down like so, and I've got Web Video preset just here, and I'll go for YouTube, and then I'm going to do this YouTube High Definition, just that, and apply that preset as well.
So, it will generate me all of those things. Now, I didn't mean to create the duplicate. So, if I want to, I can remove those from the queue, using this minus just here. And you see there now, subtracted from the queue. And then once I'm ready, I can actually start the queue by clicking this play button at the top. And you'll now see the encoding window kicks in down at the bottom, showing me the progress and all of the information associated with it. And then those files will be added to the folders as they were directed, and there you go.
In the next movie, let's have a brief discussion about containers or wrappers, and encoding formats or codex.
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- Creating a lower third in After Effects
- Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere
- Working with sound and Audition
- Multitrack editing
- Remixing time
- Navigating the Adobe Audition interface
- Adobe Media Encoder
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