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How to Listen to Rendering Progress in Adobe Media Encoder Using ExtendScript?

Community Beginner ,
Sep 16, 2023 Sep 16, 2023

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I'm currently developing an ExtendScript script for Adobe After Effects that handles the rendering of compositions in Adobe Media Encoder (AME). While the rendering part functions correctly in AME, I'm encountering challenges in monitoring the rendering progress.


This is the code i'm using 

 

var rqItem = app.project.renderQueue.items.add(comp);

var module = rqItem.outputModule(1);
module.file = File (path+"/"+comp.name);
app.project.renderQueue.queueInAME(true);

 


I found this code for listening to the progress; however, it seems to be monitoring the After Effects internal renderer instead of the Adobe Media Encoder rendering process.

 

var item = renderQueue.item(1);
if (item.status == RQItemStatus.DONE) {
    $.writeln("Rendering is complete!");
}

 

Any references or assistance would be greatly appreciated.Thank you

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