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  1. Add Distrubuted Processing, Export with multiple computers

    Similar to Compressor on macOS — add the ability for users to queue and export a Premiere Pro timeline on another workstation(s). Editors can be liberated to work on the next project as the last finishes in a queue on another computer.

    13 votes

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  2. Footage from my iPhone is being flipped 90 degrees while compressing. Why?!

    I go to look at the footage placed in my timeline and it looks a normal 16:9 look. Yet, while compressing my footage Media Encoder flips my videos upsidedown? Why?

    2 votes

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  3. Rendering a sequence from a Premiere Pro project file

    I'd like to be able to set up watch folder for Media Encoder, and to accept sequences from Premiere Pro files (so i send my sequence from my computer, then render on a 2nd machine / server), without having to transfer source files to the 2nd computer.

    Currently only already made videos can be moved to watch folders.
    And sequences within premiere project files have to manually be added to Media Encoder

    3 votes

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