Find helpful resources about recent Adobe Media Encoder updates.

Adobe Media Encoder is your go-to application for all media processing requirements such as ingest, transcode, create proxies, and output to any format. With its tight integration with Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and other applications, it provides a seamless media processing workflow for audio and video professionals.

Latest Version

The latest/most current version of Adobe Media Encoder is the February 2020 release (version 14.0.3). This version rolls out new features and includes bug fixes. For more information, see:

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System Requirements

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