So if I understood well Adobe media Encoder save by default the converted files to same folder where the source media is located. Problem is it appends to the file name a dash and a number to, off course, prevent destroying the source file. Unfortunately this means I need to copy the exported files to another folder and edit each one of them to remove those added characters.
Also Adobe media encoders let me specify a destination folder inside the settings dialog but I’m obligated to do this for each file. The problem is that normally I have like 50 to 100 files to encode and open the settings dialog for each one, navigate to the location were I want to export the file and select that folder is a painful process, made worse by the fact that adobe decided to limit the “open file dialog” and I can’t use the “favorites” folders side bar available in windows. Also if the “select output folder” operation is not made in a certain manner Adobe Media Encoder will append those characters that I mentioned above even if the file is saved in another location and not in the same folder as the source file.
Question. There is a way to set the default folder once and for all so each file I will add to queue will go in that folder by default instead making me suicidal or worse develop in my brain homicidal intent against Adobe company?
Thank You I appreciate your help.