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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Larry Sullivan commented  · 

    Hi, from your screen shot I see that the Lumetri Look/LUT export effect is disabled in the Export Settings dialog. This is how you would apply a LUT to your entire sequence during export. I think you might be confusing this feature with Lumetri effects applied to individual clips in your sequence. These effects should still be applied to your sequence when you send it to Media Encoder, but will not show up as an "export" Lumetri Look/LUT effect in the Export Settings dialog.

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    3 comments  ·  Media Encoder » Presets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Larry Sullivan commented  · 

    You should be able to do this in the current AME release:
    1) Select multiple jobs in AME's Queue panel. Don't worry if you have both the source and output of a job selected at the same time.
    2) Choose a different preset from the popup menu for one of the selected jobs
    This should apply the new preset to all selected jobs.

    You can also click the Preset name hot-text with multiple jobs selected. This will open Export Settings dialog and your changes will be applied to all the selected outputs.

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    5 comments  ·  Media Encoder » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Larry Sullivan commented  · 

    Thanks for the info Wagner. One thing you might want to check: see if "Automatic graphics switching" in enabled in the Energy Saver preferences panel. If it is enabled, try disabling it and see if that makes a difference in encoding times in AME when sleep mode kicks in.

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    Larry Sullivan commented  · 

    Hi Wagner, could you provide some additional info to help us track this down?
    - Is this on Mac or Win? Some basic info on the system would help too
    - Is the source file a Premiere sequence or media file?
    - GPU settings: what's the "Renderer" menu at the bottom of the Queue set to? Is it different in AME 12.1 vs. 13.0?
    - Export settings: what format & preset are you using? if the format is H.264 or HEVC, please check if "Hardware Encoding" is enabled

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