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Quicktime, how do i eksport more then one file at a time

Discussion in 'Just Starting' started by Anders, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. Anders

    Anders Member

    Dumb question i know, but i really cant figure out how to eksport more then one file at a time. I just figured out to use Quicktime to convert my files so they work in Reolume, but i have a lot of files i need converted and right now i have to do em one at a time.
  2. PCProject

    PCProject Moderator

  3. seex

    seex Codeep visuals

  4. asterix

    asterix IMAGINEER

  5. vjair

    vjair Making Shapes

    didnt you mention before you had after effects? if so, use the render queue.
  6. fryup

    fryup Mike/The Midi Thief

  7. bridd

    bridd :)

    I use QTamateur on Mac for batch encoding Quicktime, works v.well for me :)
  8. seex

    seex Codeep visuals

  9. Anders

    Anders Member

    PCP: Im using a pc :( and installed virtuadub but i still have no ideer og how to eksport more then one file at a time.

    And i am sory be such a noob but i cant really figure out what you meen by "d/l link"

    Vjair: Im not sure what you meen by after effects in regard to this ?

    But somethong like QT, livid or automator, just for pc would be excelent.

    If none of this works im thinking about just moving my clips to my friends mac and doing em there but would like to have a more long term solution for it :D

    But anyhout still thx for all the answers so far, you guys rock !!
  10. fryup

    fryup Mike/The Midi Thief

    Livid instrument's Batch Export Utility is for Mac & PC.

    d/l link = download link
  11. vjair

    vjair Making Shapes

    sorry, just checked and it was premiere not after effects you mentioned before... my mistake, ignore me :D
  12. Anders

    Anders Member

    Thx :p well i have tried Livid now, but it just wont start up, it might be because im running it on win 7
  13. vjair

    vjair Making Shapes

    i havnt used win 7 yet, but is there an option "run as administrator " like in vista when you right click over the exe ?
  14. Anders

    Anders Member

    It does but it still wont work :/
  15. seex

    seex Codeep visuals

    This works too:


    "If you really want to do this in AE, this could be a way:

    Import all your files in the Project Panel.

    Select them all (drag with your mouse or make Project panel active, then Control+A on Win or Command+A on Mac).

    Drag them all to the New Comp button at the bottom of the project panel.

    You will get a dialog which offers to place all these files in a single After Effects Composition, or create a separate Composition for each. Select the latter.

    In the Project panel, select the resulting compositions and go to Composition > Add to Render Queue. Set each item to AVI format with your codec of choice."
  16. dRvj

    dRvj VJ dRead

    MPEG Streamclip, works on both Mac and Win, has batch function and is free, works quite well I find.


    On the mac to do a batch conversion you press <CMD>+B to open the batch window and then you can drag and drop any number of files into the window, a new window will pop up where you can set the encoding parameters (you can create presets here as well to speed things up in the future), once you have made the encoding settings the batch list will be populated with your files waiting to be converted, you can still add more files if you want or if you are done press the go button and get some coffee .... The windows process is pretty much the same.
  17. sleepytom

    sleepytom VJF Admin

  18. PCProject

    PCProject Moderator

    d/l link was an abbreviation of download link

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