Must Media Encoder be used to export to video?

Explorer ,
Mar 07, 2021 Mar 07, 2021

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i'm new to animate 2020.and runnung on a mac mojave computer.

other versions of Flash & Animate allowed me to bypass Encoder and export directly to a .MOV file.

can i turn off the need to open media encoder every time i export to video?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 07, 2021 Mar 07, 2021

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with the current version, you can stop auto-rendering but you can't stop it from opening ame.

 

with older versions you could and you can try the oldest version available to you.

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Mar 07, 2021 Mar 07, 2021

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thanks for the help.

wow. adobe keeps making it harder. what is auto-rendering and how would one stop auto-rendering.

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auto-rendering means ame renders the video automatically.  untick if you want that.

 

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Explorer ,
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Thank you. so to stop encoder from rendering, the 'start..' box must be checked?

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I believe that is what kglad had in mind.

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It used to be that there were reasons to want to not involve AME. Without it you could get a large MOV that had an alpha channel and was using a lossless codec. If you used AME you might get a moderate quality MP4 file.

In the current version you have access to a long list of codecs, if you choose QuickTime as the format. Many of those are good enough, without taking up the amount of space that Animation codec took up. You can then take that file into Premiere, or just open it in QuickTime Player and export various resolution versions from there.

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thank you i'll have to look into that.

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