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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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    Sergio Bástian Bishop commented  · 

    In CS6 we had the H.264 MP4 option, it was BEAUTIFUL. I just compared a H264 MP4 from CS6 with a Quicktime MOV H264 in CC 2017, and MP4 was reaaaallly better quality and size.

    Now in CC 2018 we have not even Quicktime H264... Frustrating.

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    Sergio Bástian Bishop commented  · 

    Yes, I want the H.264 MP4 NOT Quicktime back. It's annoying to use Media Encoder.

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