As the picture attached shows I have a Pr project that has a timeline that I've chopped into about 15 pieces. My goal is to create 15 separate .wmv files. Doing one at a time, I can mark each of the 15 segments (with I and O), then say File/Export to WMV, then say "queue". Finally, I can go into the mass encoder program and say start and I believe it will create me my 15 wmv files.
What I want is to create a "job" of these 15 encoding jobs and save that job. Then, come back either later, or on another computer and start that (even days later).
Thanks for any insights. I'm new to Pr and learning fast.
Interesting... I'm not sure, but I don't think the Encoder can "remember" 15 different I/O points for the same timeline. It's just a guess, but I think you'd the first I/O (or the last) 15 times.
When I have to do something like this I just duplicate the final sequence 14 times and delete everything but one segment in each of the duplicate. Then I just batch the bunch
AME will keep it's list of exports until they are done or until you remove them. So you can load up the exports, close AME and when you open it again, they will still be there ready to start the encoding.
I don't believe it will be possible to move this process to another computer. Even moving the PP project file and media, you'd have to reload the set of exports.