Well, of course you can still render uncompressed AVI. Use Adobe Media Encoder to compress to an mpeg4 in h.264.
Yes. I also can do different thing like import Uncompressed AVI to Adobe Premiere, then render or import to Sony Vegas then render.
Only what I want to render my animations directly from Adobe After Effects to MP4. On different A GOOD ONE format.
What version of AE you are using? If that is AE CC 2014 - that's truth - you can't render to mp4 directly form AE, but you can render that from Media Encoder. You have to simply use Add to Adob eMedia Encoder Queue... (not Add to Render Queue).
Yes - Adobe Encoder, I know. But is there any other option to render our animation in a good way? What is "a good way" meaning?
It's like: not to big file, and very popular so everybody can watch an animation in their PC or Mac,
An "MP4" or "WMV" was one of just good formats. But they disappering in CC version, so I am searching for something also good but different.
So, what kind of "format to render" you can recommend? Now I don't search option to render in MP4, now I am wondering what else format is also good to render. So I ask.
MP4 is the best format for what you describe.
After Effects never did a good job of rendering to that format.
Instead of wasting development time trying to make AE better at it, the After Effects team chose to let the Adobe Media Encoder team work on encoding things and they would work on making After Effects perform better and have better features.
So, either render an intermediate file from AE and use that in the Adobe Media Encoder or send your AE comp directly to AME. Either way, you will use the Adobe Media Encoder to make an MP4. That's how I did it even when AE could make MP4's because AE wasn't good at making them. You can get better quality at smaller file sizes with AME. Go with it.
Here's the Adobe team's official word on it: using Adobe Media Encoder to create H.264, MPEG-2, and WMV videos from After Effects
They explain the proper workflow and they explain why they removed H.264 and WMV encoding from AE.