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    Hello

    I'm trying to convert all folder, with the same setting.
    is there anyway in adobe media encoder to encode several files together?
    i tried import 40 files but i have to change the set up to each file individually witch take much time.
    also maybe there is a way that I can have the same setting for the first file, that will follow to all the next one. i hope I'm clear.

    thanks

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    Once you drag all of your files into adobe media encoder, select all of them, command + A on mac, or Control + A on the pc.

    Once they're all highlighted, just change the first preset on the first video file and the rest of the video files will change to the same preset.

    -Mike

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