Send work from Premiere Pro to the Media Encoder Video Production CS6


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Sending work from Premiere Pro to the Media Encoder

As with so many workflows in Premiere Pro, there's quite a few ways of sending your work through to the Adobe Media Encoder. The obvious simple one is that you go to the File menu. You choose Export and Media. And if you choose this option, you're going to get all the standard controls for the format and the file type, the Codec, and so on. This isn't a lesson about compression settings. But there are a couple of options here that if you're not too familiar with them that they're worth just spending a moment on. First of all, if I cancel out of this and go to my Sequence Settings in Premiere Pro.

You'll notice that down towards the bottom, I've got this maximum bit depth and maximum render quality set of options. Now, maximum render quality actually just means that Premiere Pro will use a better quality scalar. And this is particularly important if you're reducing the scale of something. You can get some edging affects, some quantization of ...

Sending work from Premiere Pro to the Media Encoder
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Sending work from Premiere Pro to the Media Encoder provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Maxim Jago as part of the Video Production with Creative Suite 6

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