Alarm sound on completed render?

Community Beginner ,
Dec 30, 2017 Dec 30, 2017

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Hi Folks,

Anyone know how to get an alarm sound on a completed render in PP - like in After Effects?

Please please. Thanks!

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LEGEND , Dec 30, 2017 Dec 30, 2017
If you are using File > Export > Media, then open Adobe Media Encoder and go to Media Encoder Preferences and make sure Play chime when finished encoding is checked on:MtD

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 30, 2017 Dec 30, 2017

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Render as in preview (no sound) or export which does give a chime.

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 30, 2017 Dec 30, 2017

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Thanks Ann! I've been going to Export Settings, choosing my settings, then I just hit Export. I never hear a chime on completion. Looked in preferences... no idea what I'm missing. Volume is way up. Ha. Any further thoughts?

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LEGEND ,
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If you are using File > Export > Media, then open Adobe Media Encoder and go to Media Encoder Preferences and make sure Play chime when finished encoding is checked on:

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MtD

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 31, 2017 Dec 31, 2017

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Thanks to all!

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LEGEND ,
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You only get the notice when using Queue (Adobe Media Encoder).  You won't be notified when hitting Export.

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Community Beginner ,
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Thanks!

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Thank you so much!

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 23, 2021 Mar 23, 2021

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I'm glad that I found this, and while I appreciate there's a way to get a chime using Media Encoder, it's really strange that something as simple as a chime to notify you when your movie has finished exporting IN Premiere Pro should be something automatically set up in the default settings.

 

I mean who wants to babysit their computer, constantly checking on it to see if the cake is baked, so to speak?

 

After Effects has a chime to let you know when the project has rendered, why not in PrPro?

 

In fact, EVERY time that I get a CC survey and I'm asked if I have any suggestions, THAT'S the one I bring up. Gimme a chime, dammit! Why is this so difficult to grasp Adobe?

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