In current versions of PrPro, you can load multiple Sequences into AME (Adobe Media Encoder), or Export. The AME was changed at about CS 4, so that it was then a stand-alone program, but could also be invoked from within PrPro too. This was a departure from earlier versions, and allowed users to continue editing, while the AME was running.
Back when this thread started, things were different - AME was ONLY part of PrPro, so when it was running, PrPro was otherwise useless.
Now, if that is not what you are referring to, ignore the comments above, and I apologize for misunderstanding what you need.
1: Queue them all up to AME.
2: In AME select them all
3: Apply the output setting ( or if you're batch encoding to more than one output use the Group Presets ) and it'll be applied to all of the selected sequences.
Hi, thanks for your replies. I understand how Pr Pro and Media Encoder work together individually, and setting up a render cue in Media Encoder is very useful. The weakness is that one cannot select say seven sequences in a Pr project and send them all to ME. At the moment I have been sending the sequences individually which is time consuming because Pr needs to "prepare" each one before sending it. Once the sequences are in ME that's great, I can continue working in Pr, but before that I have a little time to contemplate the universe, while Pr is preparing... actually not a bad feature. But maybe I'm still missing something.