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Premiere Pro CS4 Batch Encoding

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Franklin McMahon talks about batch coding in Premiere Pro CS4 and getting the software to render video projects out to different file formats for different platforms.

6 Comments

  • IllusionSector says:

    Mr. McMahon, would you happen to know what happened to the “Video Noise Reduction” filter on the ‘Filters’ tab in the encoder dialog? Why is it that in CS4 there’s a cheap “Gaussian Blur” filter instead
    Thank you. I hope you respond.

  • Franklin McMahon says:

    I believe it has just been renamed

  • Sanjeev Mundluru says:

    When you exported the video, it wasn’t cropped! It was still 16:9! What gives?

  • Franklin McMahon says:

    It grabbed the specs from the preset, I wanted to demonstrate a copy for mobile, which had different settings. Normally when you set the parameters and cropping, it exports exactly that way. Good eye though!

    Franklin

    http://www.franklinmcmahon.com/

  • Sanjeev Mundluru says:

    Ah I see. Thanks!

  • David Chaffin says:

    Say you’ve edited several sequences and you want to export them all at one one time (my definition of batch encoding). Can I set them all up to export together, walk away, then come back later with them all done (like I can do in Avid)?