A 'smart fail' option of sorts?
Can AME offer some kind of 'output monitoring'? For example, often I will have a batch of proxies or sequences queued up to export. Sometimes AME won't fail exporting (give the yellow ! error), it will just hang and stop encoding. This is extremely annoying in its own right, but when it stops early on in an overnight batch encode only to see 4 or 5 out of 20 actually encoded in the morning, it is beyond frustrating that I let my computer run 8 hours doing nothing.
Can AME offer some kind of monitoring that if it is not currently exporting for say, 20minutes it restarts the current encode with a _1 added to the file name?
I will add, stopping and restarting the encode queue after this event always hangs as well. I must restart AME entirely to re-establish the output module or whatever is behind the scenes getting frozen.