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Preparing Dailies Using Prelude and Media Encoder
If you’re preparing and transcoding files from native formats for viewing dailies, the new "Effects Tab" in Adobe Media Encoder can increase productivity by applying LUTs and Looks and Overlays. Combine this with ingesting and adding metadata in Prelude and acceleration with an NVIDIA GPU and you’ll be amazed at how fast this all happens.
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.
Improved 64-bit Adobe Media Encoder in Premiere Pro CS5.5
Learn the new presets, intuitive context menus, and dramatically enhanced watch folder support in Adobe Media Encoder CS5.5 to make outputting your work for delivery everywhere a simple and intuitive process.
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)
Episode 44 - Gems inside of Adobe Media Encoder
Wish you could render After Effects comps in the background? Wish you could create a watch folder to batch convert media? Wish you had a 64-bit capable application to do all of these things? Well, Adobe Media Encoder is all of that and more. In this episode, Dennis delves into what he thinks are the hidden gems of this under-appreciated application.