Is it possible to export a video file by drag & drop a sequence to Media Encoder icon that is in the taskbar? because it does not come to me. I watched this in a YouTube.
I've never seen that done before. Huh.
Drag and drop the Sequence from the Adobe Premiere Pro Project tab or Bin tab to the Adobe Media Encoder Queue tab.
Also, make sure you're dragging and dropping to the corresponding version of Media Encoder. So, Premiere Pro 2023 to Media Encoder 2023 should work while Premiere Pro 2023 to Media Encoder 2022 should not.
Short answer: no
Drag and drop is a bad habit.
I got the same icon like this.
I have both the same version.
Dragging to the Me Queue panel is what has been suggested in this thread.
Not onto the Me icon.
I watched ... and very clearly, he is NOT dropping on the Me icon.
He has Me already open, click/drags the sequence from the bin down over the icon, which naturally brings up Me ... and then keeps dragging up to the Me Queue panel.
He DOES NOT simply drag and drop onto the Me icon.
I have it working on macOS. Drag the sequence from the Project panel into the Queue panel in Media Encoder. I'll try it on PC later.
Right. There's a cut there. He's dragging it into the Queue panel, not onto the icon.
There's a killer feature reaquest here: Having an AME Queue tab inside of Premiere Pro and inside of After Effects would be... excellent! Sure, we have several fleixble options already, but this would be a little something extra.
Oh my Warren ... that would be awesome!
Why doesn't it already exist? !!!!!!