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>you still can't encode MPEG with AE
Still can't? I could in AE7 (CS2 suite). That go away in CS3 or 4?
If you send it to the AE render queue you can. Totally forgot about that. Brain Fart. There's three ways to render from AE.
Also you can only render a one pass VBR DVD in AE not a two pass VBR.
I hope to have a dual OS system sometime in the next two weeks, I will of course be benchmarking both to provide some quantitative info.
>you can only render a one pass VBR
As an aside, my own testing reveals no observable improvement for two pass. It just takes longer, is all.
Hey Josh Townsend, I have a good idea, lets go to adobe.com, and type in the search bar "feature request" and fill out the form on implementing that feature into the adobe media encoder, so that it will render just as fast.
If we don't make our requests known, adobe can't act on them!
P.S. AE has the same multi-core functionality on XP-32 so the question you might ask yourself is why go with Vista, when XP is clearly better!
Robert I don't know about all that. I have no problem with Vista 64 it's faster with CS4 than xp no doubt.
But yeah, type in a feature request to get AME to work AE's multiple frame render. Or a least how about some official explanation about the differnce.