We are very happy to announce that starting with After Effects (Beta) 23.0x11, H.264 is now available as an option in the Output Module Settings dialog allowing you to encode to H.264 directly from the AE Render Queue.
More information on the Beta builds and rendering H.264 is available on the After Effects (Beta) forums: https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects-beta-discussions/feature-focus-exporting-h-264-from-the-after-effects-render-queue/td-p/13117618
Thank you for all your input on this. Please give the Beta a try and let us know how this feature is working for you.
An error occurred while saving the commentCarl Gehrman commented
Audition handles this better. It gives a bunch of prompts when audio devices connect / disconnect (which can be turned off), and those prompts allow you to open the Audio Hardware or System Audio Settings panel to select the desired input / output devices. If you just ignore all those prompts, audio will start playing back without any further intervention once Bluetooth is re-established.
With AE, you're required to change settings - it won't reconnect to the same device when it returns without manual intervention. It's such a frequent issue that I've mapped Audio Hardware to a hotkey. I have to do this several times a day, in the morning when I start my machine and any time I come back from a break long enough that I turned off my headphones to keep the battery fresh. If this were 3DS Max, I'd have put together a Macroscript to reconnect automatically or with a single hotkey press. I don't think AE has that level of scriptability (or I just don't know how to accomplish it).
Fixing this would be a major quality of life improvement.
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