2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2018 3:43 AM by johannesh86789092

    Is there a way to render a premiere project from the command line?

    mettam

      Is there a way to render a premiere project from the command line?

       

      I render my cinematic sequences out of a game engine, I have a premiere project that is setup to source my rendered images and audio files are all assembled in the project as well.

      If there was a way to command line render the premiere project then I could execute that command right after the source images have been rendered.

        • 1. Re: Is there a way to render a premiere project from the command line?
          fsdafs

          I have basically the same question, so want to bump this thread to the top. 

           

          In my case, I want to benchmark premiere elements with different numbers of cores.  I know how to set affinity when starting premiere, but is there a command line way to open Premiere, open a specific file and render it with specific settings?

          • 2. Re: Is there a way to render a premiere project from the command line?
            johannesh86789092

            Me too.

             

            I prepare my projects in advance and I want to run rendering over night.

            I need to find out how to run the program with command line arguments.

            This is my script so far.

             

                @echo off

                shutdown -a

                SET PATH=%PATH%;"C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 2018"

                SET "Target=Y:\CaptureData\BlenderOutput\Aypahyo\"

             

                FOR /F %%i IN ('dir /b *.prel') DO ( CALL :MAKEVIDEO %%i )

                GOTO :END

             

                :MAKEVIDEO

                REM HOW DO I USE THE COMMAND LINE

                REM PremiereElementsEditor.exe -RENDER -%1 -%Target%%1

                ECHO -RENDER -%1 -%Target%%1

                EXIT /B

             

                :END

                pause