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Is it possible to render a compressed video player compatible format?

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Aug 10, 2020

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It seems like Adobe has removed every consumer friendly codec like H264. I just want to render out an example clip quickly to share with other employees that isnt 800GBs for 10 seconds. I do not care about quality, I just dont want to have to render these example videos twice, it takes an ENORMOUS amount of extra time.

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Is it possible to render a compressed video player compatible format?

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It seems like Adobe has removed every consumer friendly codec like H264. I just want to render out an example clip quickly to share with other employees that isnt 800GBs for 10 seconds. I do not care about quality, I just dont want to have to render these example videos twice, it takes an ENORMOUS amount of extra time.

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Check the User Guide. You render H.264 directly from the Adobe Media Encoder. There are tutorials on rendering in the User Guide.

 

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