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Batch create animation mp4

Community Beginner ,
Jan 29, 2024 Jan 29, 2024

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Hi,

 

Looking for a way to batch create 50+ mp4's. Able to batch create images in Photoshop using the batch functionality by uploading a CSV to update variables. Looking to do something similar for animations. Animation contains:

- Standard opening frames (logo)

- Frames covering available sizes with different products. Text remains the same

- Frames covering options unique to each product

- Standard closing frames (contact details)

 

Is it possible to do this in Photoshop or is there a better Adobe product to do this in?

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Jan 29, 2024 Jan 29, 2024

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You should be able to import your PSDs into Premiere Pro as separate sequences, select all the sequences in the Premiere Pro Project bin, and go to Export > Media... to send them to Adobe Media Encoder to batch render as MP4s.

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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Thanks @Myra Ferguson. Unfortunately I haven't got much experience with Permiere Pro. Does it work in a similar way to Photoshop on batching i.e. does it switch the PSD file in and out at a particular point? 

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When you import a PSD into Premiere Pro, you can set the PSD to be interpreted as a Sequence.

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Then you can select all your sequences in the Project bin

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and go to File > Export > Send to Adobe Media Encoder.

 

If you don't need to make any changes, then you could skip Premiere and try batching the clips directly in Adobe Media Encoder.

 

In Adobe Media Encoder, you can either go to File > Add Source... or click on the + button in the Queue panel. Then navigate to your PSD files, and you can select multiple files to add to the Queue at once.

 

In the Queue panel, set the Format to H.264. If your Output File location is where you want it set for the files, then you can click the Green play button or press Enter to Start Queue. That's where the batching happens.

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