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Tutorial: Transferring Presets from Adobe Media Encoder CS6 to Adobe Media Encoder CC

Here's a quick tutorial for Premiere Pro CC users on how to migrate encoding presets that you created to customize and streamline encodes in Adobe Media Encoder CS5/6 into Adobe Media Encoder CC so you can pick up right where you left off.

I’m making the switch from Adobe Media Encoder CS6 to Adobe Media Encoder CC. Like most producers, I’ve got a range of presets I want to move over to the new version without having to re-create them. Fortunately, there’s a really easy way to do this.

Exporting the Presets from Adobe Media Encoder CS6

To begin, run Adobe Media Encoder CS6 (or CS5 or CS5.5, depending on which version you’re upgrading from), and highlight your user presets in the panel on the right in the Preset Browser (Figure 1, below). You can always find them at the top.

Figure 1. User presets highlighted in the Preset Browser panel in Adobe Media Encoder CS6.

After you highlight the presets you want to copy, choose Preset > Export (Figure 2, below), and navigate to the folder to which you want to save them.

Figure 2. Exporting the presets.

As you can see in Figure 3 (below), I’ve created a folder called PP Presets as the destination folder for my exported presets.

Figure 3. Choosing a destination folder for the CS6 presets.

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