You cannot queue to another machine.
That's what I thought. Just checking. Thanks.
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You can export a Sequence on another machine on your network, if that's what you want to do.
You can save your Sequence on your A machine, then import the sequence to AME on your B machine, and export away.
I do this myself. I allows me to keep working on my A machine at more or less full speed while my B machine is cranking out review movies or whatever. There's a little network overhead, but not enough that I notice.
Just click the + icon in AME on your B machine, and navigate to your project and sequence on your network.
im trying to do that but the video preview on the other computer comes up as media ofline. all the files are on my main laptop but my second computer that im trying to render from isnt picking up the files
I noticed that the AME is looking for files using a relative path when I was setting this up.
That would mean that path would have to be the same for BOTH machines. The easiest way I can think to do this would be with a networked drive. Then map both machines to that drive using the same drive letter. That way both machines would look in for example Y:\myPremiereProject.prproj mapped drive for the file and media files.
The easiest way I can think to do this would be with a networked drive.
Obviously it depends on your set-up, but I've found it useful to have separate copies of my raw footage on identically named drives. Never done this with a render job, but it's been useful for working on a project with other people.
Basically, we all keep mirrored drives of our raw footage, and then keep a Premiere project in a Dropbox folder that syncs between us. Because all of our drives are named the same, it saves us the hassle of re-linking footage every time we pass the project off.
(Yes, I know CC has a Team Project feature now.)