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create a .bat file containing: del "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\SLCache\X19zbGNfZmVhdHVyZXNfXw==.slc" start "AME" "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Media Encoder CC\Adobe Media Encoder.exe" and just run AME with it. You could add Premiere Pro in as well so that AME get's started before PremierePro and all is good. Premiere will then be able to ...
You're forgetting something important: the time it will take to learn how to use sophisticated editing software. If this is a one-time task, the previous answerer is right -- hire someone. If you're going to do this regularly, plan on spending at least $300 for Final Cut Pro and a few weeks to learn the basics well.
Your best bet for transferring any type of media file will be to zip it along with any session files/data first to preserve the file types. Once you zip your files you can use any external hard drive to make the transfer from one machine to another.
Compressor 4.1 does not support distributed renderings for other programs (such as FCPX). This is documented on page 11 of the Transitioning To Compressor document. You can only do distributed encoding for transcodes defined entirely within Compressor, not renders.
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