Here’s a quick tip! If you often find yourself choosing the same export settings in Premiere Pro, creating presets will save you a ton of time. You’d be surprised how many people don’t utilize this awesome feature.
First specify all of your export settings including resolution, frame rate, codec, audio, etc.
Next, you click the unlabeled Save Preset button to the right of the presets drop-down menu.
You’ll be asked to name your preset and whether or not you’d like to include effects and preset settings — which you’ll want to do if you have edited them.
The new preset will be saved as an .epr file and will automatically be added to the presets drop down menu. These files are stored in Adobe > Adobe Media Encoder > 11.0 > Presets, where they are easily accessible to copy and share with colleagues. Shared presets can be imported using the Import Preset button to the right of the Save Preset button. Importing a preset will automatically save it to the drop-down preset menu for future use.