Can you schedule Media Encoder to process the queue at a specific time , say 5:30pm?

Explorer ,
Nov 08, 2019 Nov 08, 2019

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I have some .MXF files that I want to upload and publish tonight after I've left work early. They are already in the queue and I've edited their descriptions and titles

I know that I can delay AME to process the queue after 3 minutes of inactivity. But, can I schedule it to process the queue at a specific time and/or date.

I want it to process a video and then upload that video to youtube, Twitter, and Facebook at 5:30 pm tonight. 
Or possibly have it do the same thing for another video but on Wednesday Night at 7:00 pm.

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Explorer , Nov 08, 2019 Nov 08, 2019
On Windows or Mac?  On Windows you can use the Task Scheduler built in to kick off the app.  See if there are command line parameters to process the queue on launch. On Mac, I'm sure there is an equivalent feature.

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On Windows or Mac?  On Windows you can use the Task Scheduler built in to kick off the app.  See if there are command line parameters to process the queue on launch.

 

On Mac, I'm sure there is an equivalent feature.

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I hadn't considered Task Scheduler. Thanks!

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