In this lesson our instructor talks about using the Adobe Media Encoder. First, he discusses cropping and source range. Then he talks about using presets, adjusting video settings, multiplexer, queue, and export. Lastly, he lectures on the preferences of Adobe Media Encoder.
Presets make exporting easier and less prone to error
If you are working somewhere and they have a “Use This!” export preset, use it!
Setting a small (.1) Gaussian Blur will improve your encode size
You can Queue your render, and it will be added to the list of files Adobe Media Encode will render. You can then go back into Adobe Premiere and continue editing
If you choose Export, Adobe media Encoder will render your file immediately, whether or not there are files in the encoding queue. You will not be able to use Adobe Premiere until it is finished
You can save a preset to use later, which is helpful if you have a series of videos to encode and you want them all encoded the same way
You can set watch folders, so anytime you drop a file into the folder, Adobe Media Encoder will automatically encode it
Using Adobe Media Encoder
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