I am bringing DPX files into Photoshop as Image Sequences. Afterwards, I am using Export…Render Video, set to Adobe Media Encoder, H.264.
The resulting H.264 files have an AAC audio track (presumably, with nothing but zeros, because there is no audio with this material.) How do I prevent Photoshop from adding an audio track?
I don't see a way to delete the audio track from the timeline. I don't see a way to export only video in the Render Video settings.
Define an output preset without audio in AME and use it as your export for PS.
Mylenium, thanks for bringing that to my attention, because it didn't occur to me.
However, it brings up a different problem. In the Adobe Media Encoder, Create Preset settings, I don't see a way to set it to a custom frame rate, such as 16 frames per second, if I want to use the MPEG4 wrapper.
One of the reasons that I am bringing these DPX files into Photoshop in the first place is so that I can do this:
Attempting 16fps Video From Regular 8mm Films
Also, it turns out, I can't figure out how to import an Adobe Media Encoder User Preset into Photoshop, and/or make it show up in the Render Video pulldown menu.