Exporting with Adobe Media Encoder

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Tour Adobe Media Encoder CS5 and learn how to add files to the encoding queue, customize settings, and thin and edit XMP metadata. Learn how to use Adobe Media Encoder with After Effects and Premiere Pro.
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Getting Started (GS): What is Encore CS5? 00:01:40
 
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Streamlining your workflow with Dynamic Link 00:05:15
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
  • Encore
 
Exporting with Adobe Media Encoder 00:08:06
 
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
  • Encore
  • Flash Professional
  • Soundbooth
 
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