The October 2018 release of Adobe Media Encoder (version 13.0) rolls out exciting new features for video editors, online content creators, audio and video professionals. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.
For a summary of features introduced in earlier releases of Adobe Media Encoder, see Feature summary | earlier releases.
You can now work with a range of displays and sequence setting that match your target delivery formats. Color manager manages display frames as per the monitor settings. By default, Enable Display Color Management is disabled. This parameter affects thumbnails and Encode Preview Window. Exported media is unaffected by this setting.
For more information, see Set preferences.
You can create 180VR video with optimized ingest, editorial, and effects, for monoscopic and stereoscopic content that puts your audience right in the middle of the action. Adobe Media Encoder support horizontal and vertical views of VR 180 while encoding/exporting media.
- Removal of prompt while installing HEVC codec in Windows. In MAC OS, you can use native codec.
- A dialog appears when you import quicktime file at the lower-right panel indicating the reason for unsupported format. Color coded notifications appear for warnings.
- Hardware acceleration enhancement extending support for macbook pro.
- NGEF format support while decoding.
- Native format support in MAC OS.