Using the Adobe Media Encoder

In this tutorial we look at all the features and benefits of using the Adobe Media Encoder.

The Adobe Media Encoder is often overlooked by many people, and it shouldn’t be as its a great rendering and batch exporter that offers a lot in terms of versatility and time management.

in this tutorial video, I break down all the features of using the Adobe Media Encoder, how to use it, and ways to use other machines on your network to render footage while you continue working in Premiere Pro or After Effects. For more information on the Adobe Media Encoder or other software and classes available please visit http://www.StanislawRobertLuberda.com I offer hands on face to face classes in Apple and Adobe Software among a few other suites.  Current classes offered are Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Apple Motion, Element3D, mObject, Mocha, Motion graphics for Graphic Designers, among others.

Looking for something specific about the Adobe Media Encoder? Heres all the topics covered and links to that section of the video.

Using Premiere Pro’s Exporter 0:21

Queuing items in the Adobe Media Encoder (AME) 1:52

What exactly is the AME? 2:05

Launching the AME 2:49

Why you would want to use the AME 3:23

Touring the interface of the AME 5:07

Using the Queue panel 5:48

The Encoding panel 6:21

Queing multiple Projects 7:34

The Preset Browser panel 8:40

Formats and Presets 9:19

Touring export settings 15:04

Exploring effects in exports 15:27

Creating Image overlays/watermarks 16:11

Using Name overlays 16:49

Creating Timecode overlays 17:34

Using the new Time tuner 18:23

Understanding Video settings 19:51

Audio settings 21:30

Publishing to online destinations 21:58

Saving custom presets 23:07

The Watch Folder panel 27:41

Setting up a watch folder 28:20

Sharing custom presets with others 28:52

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