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    12 comments  ·  Media Encoder » Formats  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Same issue here. Colour management is on, working space is sRGB.

    I discovered that if I export to media encoder from AE then the resulting file (H.264) has the gamma shift. BUT, if I export directly from AE first to DNxHD the resulting file matches my viewport perfectly, and if I then convert this file to H.264 using ME it still matches! So the issue must be somewhere between AE and ME.

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    Nick West commented  · 

    and a notification, email or app, when your jobs have completed please.

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    How has this still not been implemented..!?

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    513 comments  ·  After Effects » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi folks! A quick update to let you know that three new Multi-Frame Rendering features went live in the After Effects public beta (18.4×37 and later) earlier this week:

    • Speculative Preview: When AE is idle (you’re checking your email, grabbing a coffee or even just browsing effects), it will render your timeline in the background so you’re ready to preview when you get back.
    • Multi-Frame Rendering in Adobe Media Encoder Beta: Enable MFR in the AE Beta and export in the background up to 3x faster.
    • Render notifications on desktop, iOS and Android: AE can let you know when it’s done no matter where you are via the Creative Cloud app. (Fun bonus: notifications will even work on your smartwatch!)

    Here’s a link with more info on each feature:
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects-beta/multi-frame-rendering-is-here-aka-the-multithreading-you-ve-been-asking-for/m-p/12131175#M925

    Let us know how things are working for you on the beta forums. And stay tuned for more Multi-Frame Rendering…

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    '.we are actively working on multi-threaded CPU rendering.

    Ultimately, when it comes to achieving the best rendering speeds possible for AE, we know we’ll need a combination of GPU and CPU processing that maxes out all the resources on your machine.'

    2 years have passed.. crickets.

    Adobe should merge with Autodesk, that way you can all just hang out together and count our subscription cash whilst failing to optimise your products or work on features which your customers actually require.

    Why do we pay you guys only to then have to rely on third party solutions? The longer you take the more viable alternatives we have.

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