Use the Publish tab to upload files to different social media platforms using a variety of system presets.

You can upload files to various destinations such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Stock, Behance, Facebook, and more.

Publish destinations
Publish destinations

Huomautus:

If a publishing destination does not support a particular format, it is not displayed in the Publish tab.

Adobe Creative Cloud

To copy exported files from Adobe Media Encoder to your Creative Cloud folder, check the Creative Cloud box. They files are synced to the cloud through the Creative Cloud desktop application. Files get copied to the root directory of the Creative Cloud folder by default.

To upload your file to Creative Cloud, check the Creative Cloud box. The Creative Cloud option includes the following settings:

  • Creative Cloud folder:

It is the Creative Cloud folder where the files are copied to.

  • Add subfolder:

It is the Subfolder under the Creative Cloud folder to which the files are copied. You can create nested subfolders by adding \ (backward-slash) for Windows and / (forward-slash) for Mac OS between folder names.

If you close the Adobe Media Encoder application when uploads are in progress, a warning dialog is displayed. It prompts you to finish uploading the files before closing the application.

Huomautus:

Ensure that you have enabled file synchronization under Preferences > Files > Sync On/Off in the CC desktop application.

Adobe Stock

To upload your encoded file to Adobe Stock, check the box next to Adobe Stock.

  1. Click Sign in. You get redirected to the Adobe Stock login page

  2. Authorize your credentials in Creative Cloud. To save your settings, click OK.

Behance

Check the box next to Behance.

  1. Click Sign in. You get redirected to the Behance login page.  

  2. Allow Adobe Media Encoder to manage your Behance videos by entering your credentials.

  3. In the Description field, enter a description of your upload.

  4. In the Tag field, create keywords for the uploaded video by adding words separated by commas. Since this field is a required field, you cannot leave it blank.

  5. To delete the local file after uploading to Behance, select Delete local file after upload.

Facebook

To upload your encoded file to Facebook, check the box next to Facebook.

  1. Click Sign in. You get redirected to the Facebook login page.

  2. To allow Adobe Media Encoder to manage your Facebook videos, enter your credentials. 

  3. In the Pages field, check to see pages that exist for your Facebook account. To upload your video, choose a page from the menu.

  4. In the Title field, enter a name for your uploaded file. If you leave this field blank, the output filename gets used as the title.

  5. In the Description field, enter a description of your upload.

  6. To delete the local file after uploading to Facebook, select Delete local file after upload.

FTP

A File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server has storage space allocated for file sharing. FTP is a common method for transferring files over a network and is especially useful for sharing relatively large files using an Internet connection. The server’s administrator can provide you with the details for connecting to the server.

To upload your encoded file to an FTP, check the box next to FTP.

  1. In the Username field, enter your username, as specified by the server administrator.

  2. In the Password field, enter the password required to log in to the server.

  3. In the Server field, enter the DNS or IP address of the server on which the FTP site is located.

  4. In the Port field, enter the number assigned to the FTP server’s command port. By default, it is 21.

  5. In the Remote Path, enter the access location on the FTP. It is expressed as a file path.

  6. In the Retries field, enter the number of attempts to contact the server if a connection is not established.

  7. To delete the local file after uploading to Facebook, select Delete local file after upload

Twitter

To upload your encoded file to Twitter, check the box next to Twitter.

  1. Click Sign in. You get redirected to the Twitter login page.

  2. Enter your credentials and allow Adobe Media Encoder to manage your Twitter videos.

  3. Select Status and type a description for your video.

  4. To delete the local file after uploading to Twitter, select the Delete local file after upload option. 

Huomautus:

Twitter videos must be 2 minutes and 20 seconds or less in duration and the status text must contain no more than 280 characters. For Japanese, Korean, and Chinese languages, the limit is 140 characters.

Vimeo

To upload your encoded file to Vimeo, check the box next to Vimeo.

  1. Click Sign in. You get redirected to the log in screen.

  2. To manage your Vimeo videos, enter your credentials and allow Adobe Media Encoder.

  3. Close the browser. You can see the account that you used to log in to Vimeo is displayed under Account settings.

  4. In the Channel field, specify the channel you would like to export the video to.

  5. In the Title field, enter a name for your uploaded file. If you leave this blank, the output filename gets used as the title.

  6. In the Description field, enter a description for your uploaded video.

  7. In the Viewable by field, set the preference so that your videos are viewable by:

    • Only me (default)
    • Anybody
    • Anybody with a password
  8. In the Tags field, create keywords for the uploaded video by adding words separated by commas.

  9. To delete the local file after uploading to Twitter, select the Delete local file after upload option.

Huomautus:

If you deny permission to Adobe Media Encoder to manage your Vimeo videos, you see an "Authorization denied" message. You get taken back to the Adobe Media Encoder application.

YouTube

To upload your encoded file to YouTube, check the box next to YouTube.

  1. Click Sign in. You are redirected to the Log in screen on the YouTube/Google site.

  2. Enter your credentials and allow Adobe Media Encoder to manage your YouTube videos.

  3. Close the browser, and the account that you used to log in to YouTube is displayed under Account settings back in Adobe Media Encoder.

  4. In the Channel field, specify the channel you would like to export the video to.

    To upload to a different channel, click Add and select another existing channel from your YouTube account.  Each channel you add appears in the Channel menu.

  5. In the Playlist field, choose a playlist from the available Playlist menu in your YouTube account.

  6. In the Title field, enter a name for your uploaded file.  If you leave this blank, the output filename gets used as the title.

  7. In the Description field, enter a description for your uploaded video.

  8. In the Privacy field, set the privacy settings for who can view your video:

    • Private
    • Public
    • Unlisted (default)
  9. In the Tags field, create keywords for the uploaded video by adding words separated by commas

  10. In the Custom Thumbnail field, choose to upload a custom thumbnail for your YouTube Video. This setting has the following options: 

    • None- YouTube automatically chooses a thumbnail for the uploaded video.
    • Frame from source video - Enter a timecode value to use a frame from your video to use as a custom thumbnail.  Click the Use Current Frame option to quickly choose the current frame shown in the preview of Export Settings.
    • From Image File - Select an external image file to use as a custom thumbnail. Select Choose a file... from the Thumbnail File menu and specify the image file you want to use.

    Huomautus:

    Verify your YouTube account to enable custom thumbnail uploads on YouTube. For more information, see this link from the YouTube Help page, Add Video Thumbnails.

  11. To delete the local file after uploading to Twitter, select the Delete local file after upload option. 

Huomautus:

If you deny permission to Adobe Media Encoder to manage your YouTube videos, you see an "Authorization denied" message. You are reverted to the Adobe Media Encoder application.

Lisensoitu Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License -lisenssin mukaan.  Creative Commons -lisenssien ehdot eivät koske Twitter™- ja Facebook-viestejä.

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