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    Default Render queue?

    Hi everyone,

    I am using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0, and I have lots of 90 sec clips to render off, which I require as separate files. Is there a way I can queue up different sequences in advance, and leave it rendering for an hour or two, rather than having to return to my machine every 10 minutes to set a new one going?

    Kind thanks in advance,


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    Feb 2004
    Bracknell, Berkshire, UK


    I know of no option to do that.

    This might work though if youhave After Effects.

    create a new project in AE. Import each of the Premiere project into the AE project. Add each of the compositions (representing the Premiere project sequences) to the render queue and set that off. You might get the right stuff out.

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