H.264, MPEG2, and WMV
Use the Adobe Media Encoder Queue for H.264, MPEG-2, and WMV formats. By default, these formats are no longer enabled in the After Effects render queue.
If you still want to use the After Effects render queue, enable them from the Output preferences.
Thanks Taverino .. !
but i must say... Adobe really like to piss of users....somehow i allready not happy with paying 62 euros every month...
many my old stuff dont work.. in Photoshop,AF,....
but i guess this forum is very helpfull ! maybe i will fix all my problems !
From what I have seen in tutorial videos of late, is that Adobe is really wanting to push output over to ME via Media Link for CC users. This way us old timers using Cs6 feel like we need to upgrade. Due to we must save the file, open ME, Render to get our desired output for delivery.
From what ive heard, you are not the only person to view what adobe have done as stupid.
See this thread for more information:
Nothing has been taken away from you. All that you need to do is check one checkbox, and everything is back to the way it used to be.
However, there was a very good set of reasons for this change, to nudge people to AME for delivery formats: The AME implementation of these formats is much, much better than the exporters for these formats in After Effects. If we had taken the time to incorporate the AME versions into After Effects, we would have had to pull resources from core After Effects features.