As of September 15 2017, Adobe Creative Cloud apps now rely on your operating system (OS) to decode/encode Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus audio formats. Adobe no longer bundles the native libraries from Dolby with Creative Cloud products.
For information about how this change affects Dolby audio playback in your product, see Adobe Creative Cloud apps use native OS support for Dolby.
Announcing the release of the newest version of Media Encoder CC, with all-new versions of the creative video and audio desktop apps.
Creative Cloud members and trial users can download and install these applications using the Creative Cloud desktop application. You can also download applications online here. Note that the 2015 Creative Cloud releases are designed to remove previous versions of the CC apps. You can find more information about installation and how to adjust this default behavior here.
The 2015 release of Media Encoder CC the following new features: Time Tuner, expanded format support including JPEG 2000, Dolby Digital multichannel support, QuickTime audio channelization, new user interface appearance preferences, and improvements to Creative Cloud publishing. You can find full information on these features here.
In addition to several new and enhanced features, this release also includes many bug fixes and stability improvements.
Alongside the key features described above, there are several other improvements:
- Rewrap compatible video streams in to a QuickTime wrapper easily with the new QuickTime rewrap preset
- An option to set a custom start timecode for your export preset
- Better logic for detecting when you’ve selected an image sequence for import
For more information on what's new and changed in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015, see
- New features summary: Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015.
- Time Tuner help documentation
- Dolby Digital output help documentation
- JPEG 2000 MXF Support help documentation
- User interface enhancements help documentation
- Blog: Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 new features
- Blog: What’s Coming Next to Adobe Media Encoder
- Related blog posts on adobe.com