Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder


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Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe Media Encoder is a program bundled with Adobe After Effects. And since it's a separate application, it can greatly increase your throughput by allowing your system to render in Media Encoder while you keep working in After Effects. Now you should have a pretty fast system to take advantage of that workflow and since the RAM and processor settings are shared across After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Media Encoder, you won't have to worry about setting up all those preferences again as long as you already set them up in After Effects. To get started with Media Encoder, you need to navigate to your Program or Applications folder and launch the app.

So once Media Encoder is open, you notice we have a four-panel interface. It starts in the upper-left and that's where we can add After Effects projects or QuickTime files or what have you. Now if we move the Media Encoder to the side, we could literally drag a composition straight from After Effects right into the queue. But I lik...

Rendering with Adobe Media Encoder
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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 CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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