There is no automated way to do this.
Just to be clear on what we're encouraging:
We are encouraging you to move all of your H.264, MPEG-2, and Flash Video output to Adobe Media Encoder. In other words, you should be creating files intended for distribution (for playback on the web, mobile devices, or television) using Adobe Media Encoder.
The After Effects render queue is still the right tool for creating image sequences and other outputs that serve as intermediate files to be exchanged between post-production applications, for mastering, for archiving, and other purposes that don't require encoding to a highly compressed format for playback/delivery.
Hi Todd -
The majority of the content I export out of AE is the final product, and primarily used a template based on the the H.264 module. I have quite a few of those presets for various jobs.
It would just save a ton of time being able to some how get the .aom into a .epr that AME could handle.
There are some very well designed output templates already in the output module for all standard frame sizes and frame rates. I'd stick with them unless you have specific requirements set by a broadcaster or other client.
Hi Rick, we meet again!
Yea, it looks like the settings have become fairly comprehensive, and for a new project I will certainly put those to use. Working on several digital publications that have been very particular about the settings we use - and everything we've been using has worked without a hitch.
For the time being I'll just use the presets in AE, and slowly migrate what I need to AME.