Preset a Preconfiguration

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Jan 17, 2021

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Hello,

 

Each time i send a project il adobe media encoder i have to choose a Preconfiguration (i've done myself) - I have a dozen of them, and use them 10 times a day. But each category of video have its own preconfiguration and i have to manually change it myself each time.

Preconfiguration are usable in adome premiere, i can 'extract media' and choose one of my preconfiguration. But i have not seen where to Set the Preconfirguration i want to use in a project. I'am always start from "base project" that i modify each day with the content, i suppose it's possible to preset "wich kind of project" it is and so don't have to manually choose it in encoder 10 time a day.

Can someone help ?

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Jan 17, 2021

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Trying to sort out your comment. I'm not sure what "preconfiguration" means ... presets, perhaps? I think we may have a language problem here.

 

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Wild guess?

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Yes so i want to "preset" a "preset" I want my Project to appear in Encoder With the good preset, preseted.
Thanks a lot for your help.

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