Adobe Media Encoder is the encoding engine for Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Audition, Adobe Character Animator, and Adobe Prelude. You can also use Adobe Media Encoder as a stand-alone encoding tool.
Adobe Media Encoder allows you to export videos to websites such as YouTube and Vimeo, mobile phones, HD TVs, and devices ranging from professional tape recorders to DVD players.
Insert, transcode, create proxy versions and output in the desired format. This powerful media content management tool provides a unified functionality for working with multimedia files in different programs. Tight integration with other software makes video processing easier and faster.
An intuitive interface, background coding, and easy-to-use out-of-the-box settings help you quickly display videos on virtually any screen. Suitable for displaying media content. Adobe Media Encoder is included in software packages: Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Adobe Prelude.
Advantages of Adobe Media Encoder
With an intuitive interface, background coding, and easy-to-use styles in Adobe Media Encoder CS, you can quickly create projects for almost any screen.
Don’t worry about browser requirements
Get quick access to common settings in the style browser. Organize styles into categories and customize commonly used coding styles.
Quickly create projects for almost any screen
Easily export projects to almost any video format for any device. Create, customize and organize your favorite styles in the style browser for quick export and batch file encoding in the background.
Enjoy high performance and stability
Use Watch Folders to quickly transcode video files when exporting one source file to multiple formats.
Enjoy RED EPIC and RED Scarlet-X support
Import 5K RED EPIC and RED Scarlet-X footage directly into Adobe Media Encoder CS for HD and SD transcoding.
Use styles for different devices and formats
Easily transcode your video files to a variety of formats using styles for optimal playback on popular devices and platforms, including Android and iOS, YouTube, Vimeo, HDTV and more.
Background batch encoding
Improve your work efficiency when transcoding files. Adobe Media Encoder transcodes files in the background so that system resources can be used for other tasks. This is especially important for 4K and 5K files, which usually require a lot of system resources.
The original parameters can be applied when coding
Simplify file transcoding workflows with the ability to automatically map encoding settings to native Adobe Premiere Pro sequence or Adobe After Effects composition settings.
Drag and drop encoding
Drag sequences from Adobe Premiere Pro and compositions from After Effects directly into Adobe Media Encoder for instant encoding.
Work convenient with watch folders
Use Adobe Media Encoder to monitor the folder. Automatically encode files in the required format in the specified folder. Each watch folder can be used to encode in different formats.
Metadata output templates
Preserve metadata across projects to improve performance and usability; remove metadata before checkout to protect confidential information.
Footage Analysis Options
Override automatic analysis of frame rate, pixel aspect ratio, field sequence, and alpha channel settings for elements imported into Adobe Media Encoder.
Crop and crop tools
Easily trim frames and set start and end marks for a clip or sequence.
Support for photo sequences
Automatically encode a numbered sequence of photos to create a single video clip — or convert any source file to a sequence of photos.
Adobe Flash Professional metadata-based cue points
Create FLV and F4V clips in Adobe Flash Professional software using XMP cue points that can be automatically obtained from a source file, imported from an XML file, or entered manually in the Export Settings dialog box.
Upload files to an FTP server that has shared disk space. This function is especially effective for transferring large files over the Internet.
MPEG export options
Combine MPEG video and audio tracks into one stream, or split the file into different streams.
Video and audio resources intended for placement on a disc can be of any supported format; during recording, they are transcoded into MPEG 2 video and Dolby Digital audio. DVD menus can be created directly in the program itself, selected from a library, or designed in Adobe Photoshop. Videos can be imported directly from Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects without intermediate rendering.