- May 20, 2015 at 12:58 am
I just downloaded Adobe’s ProRes presets for Media Encoder CC 2015*, the import brought them in a made nice folders for 720p, SD NTSC etc, but each preset has close top 20 dupes?!? I imported the conventional way from within Media Encoder and there were no anomalies or error msgs, any thoughts on what is up?
*Mac OS 10.8.5
- May 21, 2015 at 3:09 pm
It made duplicates because you probably already had all the presets installed in Media Encoder. If you’re on a Mac in CC I believe they are bundled in now as soon as you download. So importing the ProRes presets will just create duplicates for you.
- May 21, 2015 at 8:41 pm
I’m 99% sure ProRes presets did not come with Premiere / Media Encoder CC for Mac. Thats’ based on my recollection of looking for them on one of my Premiere systems, not finding them, and then seeking the download-able set. Later checking my 2nd system and nope there are not there. Because they do not seem to be bundled, Adobe offers them as a downloadable “extra” for v7 called AME-CC-ProRes-presets.zip
In all seriousness your theory is a good one and might have been the case. Also too I only did the install once and got close to 20 dupes so something more is going on.
If I don’t get any suggestions here I’ll try the install on my 2nd system and do before and after screen-grabs as a reality check.
- May 27, 2015 at 3:32 pm
Where does AME store these presets? I just repeated the install and imported from within AME, for a moment the presents seemed to come in correctly (only a handful of setting for each folder like 1080p etc) but in the blink of an eye the settings repeated to have about 20 duplicates?
- June 7, 2015 at 10:01 pm
I’m pretty sure now that the ProRes setting import worked just fine with AME 7. I now believe I ran into the problems with AME 8 aka AME CC 2014
Another distinction between the two version is that AME CC 2014 would not work* with Qt Reference files from an (older) Avid whereas AME 7 did.
AME CC 2014 saids the Qt Reference files were corrupt
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