You can't encode to anything except for a few select codecs. This is terrible. Looks like the only way is to encode to animation or uncompressed and then encoding it to a delivery codec in AME....
actually, you'll have to use the OLD AME - looks like they took the codecs out of the new AME as well.
How are you supposed to encode to 'Legacy' formats now for delivery? Also, where are you supposed to transcode older stock footage etc to the few supported codecs now (this is the official workaround, btw)?
this is not a good 'feature.'
I knew it was coming but wasn't prepared. Updated earlier today due to some client files and no go on XDCAM in Media Encoder.
Many broadcast clients are overseas and will remain 'legacy' for quite some time. Thankfully had an older machine to run today's batch of XDCAM files.
Not sure that I'd call this much of a beneficial 'update' as our workflow's concerned.
You can have more than one version of AE, AME and Pr on a single machine. This will allow you to have the best of both worlds.
One of the great selling points in Premiere Pro and (especially) Media Encoder was the "Anything In - Anything Out" capability they provided.
Now... not so much.