After effects Render Queue / AME

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Mar 06, 2019 Mar 06, 2019

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Hello everyone!

I have got some serious question about diferences between After Effects Render queue settings and AME. In After Effects i can set the sequence prefix easily in the settings there but i cannot transfer my output module preset from After Effects to AME, it seems that there isnt those options...

Is it right? Is it alright?

I use CC 2019 all is up to date

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Adobe Employee , Mar 06, 2019 Mar 06, 2019
Hi Karffe,Thanks for reaching out. I understand your query. Dynamic link between After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder works in a simple way.When you opt for rendering/encoding the composition using After effects then you make changes to the Output module and settings.When you Queue the composition to get rendered in AME, then you can select encoding presets or create your own custom settings for rendering.I hope that answers your question.Thanks,Shivangi

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hi Karffe,

Thanks for reaching out. I understand your query. Dynamic link between After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder works in a simple way.

  • When you opt for rendering/encoding the composition using After effects then you make changes to the Output module and settings.

  • When you Queue the composition to get rendered in AME, then you can select encoding presets or create your own custom settings for rendering.

I hope that answers your question.

Thanks,

Shivangi

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