In addition to exporting directly from Premiere Pro, you can send exporting jobs to Adobe Media Encoder which is a stand-alone encoding application. All settings and presets from Premiere Pro's Export Mode will be transferred to Media Encoder's queue for batch exporting.
From Export mode, click Send to Adobe Media Encoder to send Premiere Pro sequences into the stand-alone Adobe Media Encoder queue. You can encode sequences into one or more formats from the queue or take advantage of other features.
When the stand-alone Adobe Media Encoder is rendering and exporting in the background, you can continue to work in Premiere Pro. Adobe Media Encoder encodes the most recently saved version of each sequence in the queue.
You can export video from a sequence in the form best suited for further editing or for a viewing audience. Premiere Pro supports export in formats for various uses and target devices.
You can quicky export a sequence from Premiere Pro using Quick Export. It is a fast and efficient way to export files for various uses and target devices.
Exporting files for further editing
You can export editable movie or audio files. Then, you can preview your work with effects and transitions fully rendered. Also, you can continue editing the files in applications other than Premiere Pro. Similarly, you can export a still-image sequence. Also, you can export a still image from a single frame of video for use in a title or graphic.
Premiere Pro supports both direct export and Adobe Media Encoder export. Direct export generates new files directly from Premiere Pro. Adobe Media Encoder export sends files to Adobe Media Encoder for rendering. From Adobe Media Encoder, you can choose whether to render an asset immediately, or to add it to a render queue.
Exporting to tape
You can export a sequence or clip to videotape in a supported camcorder or VTR. You can use this type of export for archiving a master tape, or for delivering rough edits for screening from VTRs.
Export project files for other systems
You can export project files, not just clips, to AAF files. You can import AAF files into various third-party editing systems for finishing. You can trim Premiere Pro projects down to their essentials and ready them, with or without their source media, for archiving.
Export formats for various devices and websites
Finally, using the Adobe Media Encoder, you can export video in formats suitable for devices ranging from professional tape decks to DVD players to video-sharing websites to mobile phones to portable media players to standard- and high-definition TV sets.
Click Export in the header bar or choose File > Export > Media to switch to Export mode.
(Optional) In Export mode, specify the Source Range of the sequence or clip you want to export. Drag the handles on the timeline. Then click the Set In Point button and Set Out Point button.
To crop the image, specify cropping options in the Source panel.
Cropping on export is currently only available in Adobe Media Encoder.
(Optional) Select a preset best suited for your target means of playback, distribution, and audience. Premiere Pro has presets for Twitter, Facebook, Vimeo, and YouTube.
To automatically export a file from a Premiere Pro sequence with settings that exactly match the settings for that sequence, select Match Sequence Settings in Export mode.
To customize the export options, click a heading (for example, Video, Audio) and specify the appropriate options.
By default, Adobe Media Encoder saves the exported file in the folder where the source file is located. Adobe Media Encoder appends the extension for the format specified to the end of the filename. You can specify watched folders for various types of exported files.
For more information about using the various settings in the Export Settings dialog box, see Export Settings reference.
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