It's under File>Export I believe, not under Composition.
I only have the same option "Add to Render Queue" in there as well
I'll check when I get back to the office. Maybe someone else could chime in.
The Add To Adobe Media Encoder Queue command is new in After Effects CC; it does not exist in After Effects CS6 or earlier versions. The command is available under both the File > Export and Composition menus. The keyboard shortcut is CTRL+Alt+M (Windows) or CMD+Opt+M (Mac).
To add an AE comp to the AME Queue in CS6, you can do any of the following (which also work in AE and AME CC):
- Drag one or more comps from the AE Project panel to the AME Queue panel. (Save your project first.)
- Drag the AE project file from the desktop into the AME Queue panel. Choose a single comp and click OK.
- In AME, open the Add Source dialog: choose File > Add Source OR click the Add Source (plus sign) button in the Queue panel OR double-click in the empty area of the AME Queue panel. Choose the AE project file, click Open, then choose a single comp and click OK.
- In AME, choose File > Add After Effects Composition. Choose the AE project file on the left side of the dialog, then choose one or more comps on the right side.
I completely missed that you were using CS6... That's what I get for browsing the forum on my phone.