Ideally, we should be able to export video edited in Photoshop to the full range of formats supported by Adobe Media Encoder. Yet we are restricted to a tiny subset of QuickTime, a slightly fuller list of H.264 flavors and DPX. If Photoshop is truly using AME as its export engine why can't we get access to the formats and custom settings in AME? It's maddening to render video to QuickTime Animation codec or some medium bitrate H.264 codec when, with full AME support, we ought to be able to output in any codec(s) we choose.
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