After Effects has a render queue. Media Encoder has a render Queue. You can render After Effects projects with Media Encoder. What is the difference really?

Learn how to get the most of After Effects and AME in the process of Rendering and Encoding your H.264 Video.

Here to answer that question is Roei Tzoref, who shares a look at the After Effects render queue versus the AME workflow for the same tasks, showing how to get the most out of after effects and media encoder both.

Roei’s first tutorial under the Ae Blues banner, covers an in-depth look at the differences between AME and After Effects. There are differences on how they both handle your After Effects composition renders. This tutorial covers what the best workflow between the two might be, and some tips for getting optimal results.


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