Tuesday, June 12, 2012

How to Encode Premiere Pro Sequences with Media Encoder Without Tying Up Premiere Pro

How to Encode Premiere Pro Sequences with Media Encoder Without Tying Up Premiere Pro:
Making the switch from Final Cut Pro to Premiere Pro as my primary NLE, I often find myself trying to find PPr equivalents to all the great time-saving tricks I had up my sleave with FCP. For me, one of the most often used of these techniques was exporting non self-contained reference Quicktime movies out of FCP. These reference QTs could then be dropped into any encoding software of choice for compression. It was a quick way to prepare client screeners without tying up Final Cut. That way, you could let the encoding go on in the background and you could continue to edit.

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