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    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.

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    Mark Reategui commented  · 

    This is super important. If this can't be fixed at least remove Frame.io from After Effects and put it in Media Encoder, it makes no sense to send a gigantic file for review. I'm not going to upload a one-minute 10GB video file for review from Frame.IO, makes no sense.

    The workarounds to send an H.264 via Frame.io are beyond annoying at this point.

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    Mark Reategui commented  · 

    @Annika Koenig thanks! that just saved me a lot of work!! Maybe this option should also be available somewhere a little more intuitive like from the menu accessible by right-clicking on the mogrt in the timeline.

    The alt/option drag from the EGP to a graphic in the timeline option is great, but it would be nice to have another more obvious way to do this as well. thanks again!

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    Mark Reategui commented  · 

    Removing silent parts from interviews or other talking videos is very tedious and time consuming in Adobe Premier Pro. This would be a very welcome update. I was bummed to see this wasn't added in Premeir 2022, hopefully soon

    I know other editing software has this capability, it's about time it's added to Adobe Premiere.

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    Mark Reategui commented  · 

    Please... This is way overdue. In my current project, Premier auto-save uses so many resources that it only works if I happen to not be doing anything right at that moment. If I am doing any actual work, clicking or dragging anything it crashes.

    This is happening to me on hour and a half Multicam projects, so it is understandable that it would use a lot of resources. In my case, I'd rather it be more in the way if it had to be on bigger projects to avoid crashing, like somehow 'predict' that it could possibly crash because of the size of the project; like a 'ready to save?' prompt to make you stop clicking on anything and then let it do the autosave.

    Less in the way but always causing it to crash on projects this size would be worse for me. Most of what I edit are multicam projects that are over an hour long. System specs are Windows 11, i9 10850k, 32gb ram, RTX3090 so it should be capable.

    But, of course, please make it more out of the way if it can also be more reliable at all possible.

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