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Put each clip into its own sequence and save your project. Then open Adobe Media Encoder and choose File > Add Premiere Pro Sequence. Navigate to your project file and add all of the (appropriate) sequences to the queue. Let AME process them consecutively while you go back to working on something else.
Here's what I would do....
1) Drag all 25 clips to one sequence (5-10 seconds)
2) Right click on each clip, one at a time, and choose Nest (2-3 minutes)
3) Double-click on the first clip, which will open it's nested sequence on the timeline. Go to File>Export, then choose all your export settings and file-save location. Now click on Queue to start Adobe Media Encoder. After beginnig the export of the first clip, the export settings will remain the same for any clips you export after it, until you change the export settings again.
4) Repeat Step 3 for each remaining clip, excepting that you will not need to do export settings and file-save location again.
Total time: 15-20 minutes. Rendering time will vary.
Much better workflow. Very clever!
I appreciate the help from both of you. Feels good when people help you with your problems and save time that would have been wasted.
Thank you for that workflow.
Far neater than the one I have used this last several years. I hate to think how much time This could have saved me!
Good deal! I just wanna help where I can.