Picture 4 is still queued, so maybe that answers this topic. But what you've shown so far is only the settings dialog. Once you press OK, Adobe Media Encoder opens up and from there, you need to hit Start Queue for export to actually occur.
Hmm. That's interesting. I'm new to Premiere and didn't know there was an extra step. The Adobe Media Encoder hasn't been opening up. Is that a separate application or does it open up inside of Premiere? And, if it doesn't open up, is there a way to open it?
Ahh, I see now. It's another application. It was attempting to open up but there was an error with it. I've now hit OK on the error and it's opening. Should be good now (hopefully). Thanks a lot.
AME is a separate application that should open after you hit OK in the settings dialog. It may take a second or two.
You can also open it up without Premiere running and add the appropriate Premiere sequence that way.