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Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
You can use the built-in Adobe Media Encoder to render and export many kinds of files within After Effects, or use the standalone Adobe Media Encoder application to render and encode movies outside of After Effects. Batch encoding and using a watch folder in Adobe Media Encoder can save time and free After Effects for other tasks, as you'll see in this video.
Repair AGC (automatic gain control) Clipping Artifacts from DSLR in Adobe Audition CS5.5
Show: Short and Suite
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine demonstrates how to detect, analyze and repair digitally clipped samples and distortions caused by AGC on your DSLR and other video cameras and audio-capture devices. Adobe Audition CS5.5's incredible tools for audio analysis and repair continue the application's legacy of fast, transparent, high-quality restoration.
Sneak-Preview of Adobe Media Encoder Improvements to Encoding
See how Adobe Media Encoder is becoming easier to use, with numerous user interface improvements for encoding and exporting assets. New output presets for iPad devices and other tablets and improved workflow for outputting to multiple devices make working with AME faster and easier. (by Tim Kurkoski and Todd Kopriva)
Sneak-Preview of Adobe Media Encoder Improvements to Importing
In part 1 of 2, see how Adobe Media Encoder is becoming easier to use, with numerous user interface improvements for importing assets. Drag-and-drop import from Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects and an improved watch folder interface make working with AME faster and easier. (by Tim Kurkoski and Todd Kopriva)