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How to get a nested sequence from Premiere into AME watch folder

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Jan 08, 2021 Jan 08, 2021

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Using Premiere Pro, I've been creating multiple clips on one timeline, then nesting the individual clips so that I can export them simultaneously into Media Encoder. Once one clip is finished encoding, AME isn't automatically going on to the next one. I have to physically sit at my computer and click the play button in order for the next sequence to encode. I think a watch folder is my best bet here (am I right?), but I don't know how to get my nested sequences from Premiere Pro into the watch folder. I've seen many videos showing how easy it is to use a watch folder, but I still can't get it! Thanks!

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