Name: Adobe Media Encoder
Version: CC 2018 12.1.1
Developer: Adobe Systems Incorporated
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
Includes: Adobe Zii Patch 3.0.4
Web Site: http://www.adobe.com/
An application to automate the process of creating multiple encoded versions of source files, Adobe After Effects compositions and Adobe Premiere Pro sequences
Adobe Media Encoder is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite and offers you the possibility to quickly generate videos with any resolution, for all sorts of screen sizes. The app takes care of the encoding process, but also comes with a collection of presets that can be easily customized to match your own needs.
Note that to be able to take advantage of the Adobe Media Encoder capabilities, you must have and Adobe account (you an register for one free of charge), but also have a Creative Cloud membership.
Powerful encoding tools for your Adobe projects
Adobe Media Encoder is essentially an encoding engine that enables you to process Adobe Premier Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Prelude projects, in order to make them suitable for sharing of various websites, such as YouTube or Vimeo.
At the same time, the output videos can be optimized for specific mobile devices that have different screen sizes, or you can adjust the resolution for best results on high definition TV sets. Keep in mind that Adobe Media Encoder can also be used as a standalone app.
Streamline the encoding procedure by using the built in presets
Adobe Media Encoder comes with a large collection of encoding presets that are organized into various categories, depending on the output device or final use (web video, broadcast, and so on).
You can easily navigate this built in collection, make adjustments if necessary, and then save the new settings to a user preset. As a result, you can easily create your own templates that can be applied to videos at a later time.
Versatile and user friendly video encoding solution
Adobe Media Encoder offers you the possibility to generate output videos that match the target device or sharing medium perfectly. This way, your projects will look their best, regardless of how you choose to distribute them.
What’s new in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2018 12.1.1
April 19th, 2018
- Hardware-accelerated H.264 encoding on Windows 10 with 6th Generation (or later) Intel Core processors and Intel Graphics enabled
- Hardware-accelerated H.264 and HEVC encoding on Mac OS 10.13 systems with supported hardware
- Support for importing Canon C200 camera formats
- Support for importing Sony Venice camera formats
- RED camera Image Processing Pipeline [IPP2] support
- Destination Publishing support for new Twitter 280-character limit
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