Please add a Hard Limiter plugin (found in Aplitude and Compression like you have in Premeire) to your audio settings so I can comply with national broadcast law of -12dB upon an After Effects direct render. Our boards in the newsroom do not have auto compression in them, so anything that goes into them raw with a 0dB standard is the same as an extremly hot red peaking meter for their boards. Currently I have to export audio through Audition A85 standards, bring that back into the program, then render it out again or lanch media encoder. A simple Hard Limiter plugin would save a lot of time to cap audio at -12dB.
Although there is no use for this professionally anymore, the old flash .flv codec was perfect for mainting the highest quality of alpha animations at such a teeny tiny output size. What amounts to usually 1gb of space due to the alpha channel now, was only 10mb for the same quality then. For optimal space saving reasons, sharing of alpha based animations, and for the potential of broadcast software to once again use them instead of the chosen Apple Pro Res4444, (VizRT uses that and AVI) the Flv codec has ZERO COMPETITION when it comes to render output size. The codec itself is still leaps and bounds ahead of it's time and should be brought back at least for professional users, backdoor internal program cache performace, or readded into media encoder. While .flv had it's problem with security, who cares when it comes to a render?