0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 4, 2016 3:18 AM by liubovu87878579

    How to use the After Effects render queue to export a losslessly encoded master file to a watch folder that Adobe Media Encoder monitors

    liubovu87878579 Level 1

      "The fastest way to create videos in these formats using Adobe Media Encoder with After Effects is to use the After Effects render queue to export a losslessly encoded master file (e.g., using the PNG video codec in a QuickTime .mov container file) to a watch folder that Adobe Media Encoder monitors. You can assign encoding presets to a watch folder in Adobe Media Encoder so that it automatically encodes using whichever settings you have specified. One advantage of using this method is that it uses After Effects performance features for rendering (such as GPU acceleration and multiprocessing where applicable) and Adobe Media Encoder performance features for encoding (such as parallel encoding). The disadvantage of using this method is that it occupies the main After Effects application for the entire rendering operation, during which time you can’t use After Effects for anything else"

      This is the quote from AE website using Adobe Media Encoder to create H.264, MPEG-2, and WMV videos from After Effects | After Effects region of interes…

      They give a good advice how to use GPU acceleration and multiprocessing? that AE has, through creating watch folder in Media Encoder to render video in format I need?

      Please if anyone has any ideas or info help me!!!!