by Antoine on February 18th, 2020
(Originally published on February 8th, 2020)
Tired of exporting manually all your individual clips from Premiere Pro ? We got you covered with our new panel !
This new panel can be installed with our installer, just update AfterCodecs for free here ! On Mac OSX you should make sure you tick the "AfterCodecs Panel" checkbox. Just make sure to download the latest version of AfterCodecs because this new panel is only available from version 1.8
To show the panel, just click on the topbar Windows -> Extensions -> AfterCodecs Panel. Now that you see the panel you only have one choice left :
Once one of the two first buttons clicked you should have a confirmation of the MultiRender markers written. As you can see their Comments section will be prefixed by an underscore "_" to indicate to our plugin AfterCodecs they are MultiRender markers (you could have others markers in your timeline that are not related to this feature).
Export, select "AfterCodecs" in the format list, click the "AfterCodecs Open Settings" button and tick the "MultiRender" checkbox
Premiere Pro or Media Encoder should be exporting all your clips one by one now :
Once finished, you should have all your files output in the same folder as the target with their names as a suffix before the extension :
First let's talk about what MultiRender can't do :
Contact us if you need to overcome those limitations !
We believe our new method is the best one available so far, here's why :
From Premiere Pro CC 2018 included you can right click on any clip on your timeline and rename it without changing the Source clip (from the Project panel), and our panel will take that new "sequence clip name" for the Markers Comments (and hence the output file suffix)
Yes, of course. Just send your sequence to Media Encoder, it will keep the markers and AfterCodecs for Media Encoder will be able to read them as long as you tick that checkbox in AfterCodecs Codec Settings. Please note that AfterCodec for Media Encoder is a different product than AfterCodecs for Premiere Pro that needs a separate license. But if you always want to use Media Encoder you don't need to buy AfterCodecs for Premiere Pro you could only use AfterCodecs for Media Encoder !
No worries, as long as they have the same resolution and framerate you can create a sequence from the first clip and drag & drop the remaining clips on your timeline, they'll be stacked on the first video track and all you need to do is to click the first button of the panel before sending this render to AfterCodecs for Premiere Pro or Media Encoder !
Please contact us to tell us more about your workflow to see how we can improve on this MultiRender feature !
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