pausing and resuming export in Media Encoder

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Feb 23, 2021

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Is it possible to stop a clip in the queue in Media Encoder -when it has already started- and resume it later on? I want to place 40clips in the queue but after 3-4 hrs of export i want to pause and resume it the next day.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2021

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Yes ... simply use the pause button in the upper right of the queue panel in Me.

 

And ... a lot of us use Me to work on things overnight, so it's not working using computer resources while we're editing away. So ... I always suggest, let your nice little helper work while you're sleeping. You'll both be happier.  😉

 

Neil

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Thank, i have indeed used the pause button while the computer is on. What i was really asking was what happens when the computer is turned off and Me is terminated. It doenst seem to keep the queues, or am i missing something? 🙂

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Shutting down the computer will kill the current task even if paused.  If you don't want to let it run overnight, you need to stop the Queue and re-queue the current task to run later.  The remaining items in the Queue should be fine.

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Actually, I don't know. I don't turn it off if I've loaded something into Me to work, as I want that all done before I get back.

 

Is the queue panel empty when you turn the computer back on and launch Me?

 

Neil

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The queue panel isnt empty, but the files that are in queue will not resume. I have to remove them and load them all over again. I dont leave the computer on at night, i shut it down, thats why i was expecting for the resume feature to be working 🙂

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