Media Encoder. Rock solid rendering.

Ingest, transcode, create proxies, and output to almost any format you can imagine. This powerful tool allows you to work with media in a unified way across applications. Tight integration with Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and other applications provides a seamless workflow.  

Adobe Media Encoder

New Features

April 2019

  • Automatic frame replacement for decode errors using copies of adjacent good frames
  • Support for Sony Venice V3 camera format
  • Ability to override creative LUTs for RED camera footage
  • Improved decoding performance H.264 and HEVC footage
  • Improved decoding performance for RED camera footage on macOS using Metal
  • More caption export options

December 2018

  • Support for ProRes export on Windows
  • New export presets for ProRes
  • Import HEIF files recorded on iOS devices on macOS and Windows
  • Faster decoding for Canon Cinema RAW Light (Windows)
  • Support for importing ProRes HDR footage, including Rec2020 and PQ/HLG color information

October 2018

  • Support for display color management
  • Support for ARRI Alexa LF camera format
  • Support for Sony Venice v2 camera format
  • Support for Google VR180 format
  • Support for HEIF (HEIC) still image format on macOS
  • Expanded support for hardware acceleration on macOS 

June 2018

  • Support for 8K H.264 export
  • Export XAVC QFHD Long GOP 4:2:2 formats
  • Hardware-accelerated HEVC encoding on Windows 10 with 7th Generation (or later) Intel® Core™ processors and Intel Graphics enabled
  • Improved RED camera format decodingImproved Sony RAW/X-OCN camera format decoding

April 2017

  • 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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