Navigate the Render Process with Adobe Media Encoder


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Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe Media encoder is a wonderful application that comes bundled with After Effects. It allows you to pass off the rendering process to a separate application, so you can continue working inside of After Effects. Now, it also has an added bonus in the fact that it has a ton of different presets, so you don't have to remember exactly what codec or compression is used for any specific kind of machine. To show you what I mean, lets go ahead and add our current h+_Encoder project to Adobe Media Encoder. Let's make sure we have the h+_Encoder project selected in our timeline. And then go up on our composition and choose Add to Adobe Media Encoder Queue. Now, it's going to take a second to launch. But what After Effects is doing is creating a subfolder inside the folder where we've saved our After Effects project. And in there, it's saving a temporary file, that media encoder's going to use to save the information that we input.

Now you should be inside of Media Encoder, and you&#...

Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder
Video duration: 4m 45s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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