Join Mark Christiansen for an in-depth discussion in this video Queue in Adobe Media Encoder with one click, part of After Effects CC 2017: New Features.
- [Narrator] Adobe Media Encoder has steadily become…a more and more appealing alternative to using…the render queue to output stills, clips and audio.…Now there's a one button approach to move…a render queue item to AME.…Here I have an item in my render queue.…Now this is a comp in which I have specified a work area…and I have just left it at the default settings…to output a QuickTime movie.…
So with that checked, there's the Render button,…but then over here I have the new Queue in AME button.…If I click that, there will be a moment pause,…and then Adobe Media Encoder comes to the foreground.…Now, I want to point out what is preserved…and what changes when you do this.…So, not everything that was set…in the render queue has carried over.…Specifically, the file format has moved…to the default in Media Encoder…But if I go to the settings,…the work area is still set…and the name and path that I set before…is also still set as I did it.…
So, although render queue items and Media Encoder items…don't totally match up in terms of format and settings,…
The November 2016 release is just the first of many for After Effects CC 2017. Mark will update the course as soon as new features are released. Check back often for new tutorials.
- Using the CINEMA 4D renderer
- Workflow improvements
- Syncing with Typekit
- Applying Unmult as an animation preset
- Performance enhancements
- Collaborating on team projects