This article will help you get started with exporting media with Adobe Media Encoder. If you want to learn how to export media from Adobe Media Encoder, you can start from the beginning of the article and work your way through. However, Adobe Media Encoder is so intuitive, perhaps you only want to know which are the best settings to use, or how to encode to multiple formats. Scroll directly to those topics if that is the information you are looking for.Getting StartedTo get started with learning Adobe Media Encoder (affectionately known as A.M.E.), see this video tutorial: by Jan Ozer and video2brain. This is an excellent video tutorial to get you started in understanding how to use Adobe Media Encoder.To get started in the exporting process, click the Timeline, or select the sequence in the Project panel. Then, choose File Export Media. The Export Settings dialog box opens with the sequence imported into the Queue.
You will choose format and preset in the Export Settings dialog box by clicking pop-up menus to choose the format and preset for the encoded movie clip. See “Choosing media formats for export in the Export Settings dialog box” for information.Add media to Adobe Media EncoderYou can also use Adobe Media Encoder as a standalone application to encode media files from third party applications, and from other users which provide you source files that need encoding. Choose File Add Media, or click the Add button (the Plus sign icon) to add files to the Queue. You can drag files to the Queue from Windows Explorer for Mac OS Finder. You can also double-click the Queue to launch an Open dialog. Choose files in the dialog, and then click the Open button to add them to the Queue.Adding and dragging sequences and compositions into Adobe Media EncoderWith the applications both open, you can add sequences directly from Premiere Pro, or compositions from After Effects directly to Adobe Media Encoder. Choose File Add Adobe Premiere Pro Sequence, or File Add After Effects Composition. An Import dialog box launches.
Choose the sequence or composition in the dialog, and then click OK. The sequence or composition is then imported into Adobe Media Encoder.You can also drag a sequence from Premiere Pro or a sequence from After Effects directly into the Queue.
A good technique is to drag the sequence or composition, then press Alt (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) + Tab to switch applications to Adobe Media Encoder. Once Adobe Media Encoder is the application in focus, drop the sequence or composition into the Queue.Choosing media formats for export in the Export Settings dialog boxNow that media is in the Export Settings dialog box (or the Queue), make choices for the video format and preset. If you are in the Queue, you can return to the Export Settings dialog box.
Click either the current format, or preset and the dialog box will open. For information about the Export Settings dialog box,. Once you’re in the Export Settings dialog box, make choices specifically for your the kind of media you need for your device.In the Export Settings dialog box, click “Format” to see a menu of all the available media formats. Choose the most appropriate format. Looking for help with your Adobe product or service? Visit the or find us on Twitter:.
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