Time Tuner

New in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 | June 2015

Time Tuner intelligently extends or reduces the duration of media by removing frames from sections with still images or low visual activity, or during quiet audio passages.. You can access and enable Time Tuner in the Export Settings, within the Effects tab. With Time Tuner, you can adjust the media duration by defining either a new Target Duration or a relative duration by modifying the percentage Duration Change.

Time Tuner settings are available within Adobe Premiere Pro, as well.

For more information, see Time Tuner Effect.

Adobe Creative Cloud

Dolby Digital output

New in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 | June 2015

With the June 2015 update of Adobe Media Encoder CC you can now create content with Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus multichannel audio for the big screen, home theaters, and the web. Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus are high quality, widely-supported formats which can send instructions to a supporting Dolby Digital receiver for mixing the source signal per your specifications. Not only that, but YouTube and Vimeo now support Dolby Digital streams.

For more information, see Export Settings Reference.

Note:

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.

Adobe Creative Cloud

Support for JPEG 2000 MXF

Enhanced in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 | June 2015

You can now deliver MXF-wrapped JPEG 2000 content for broadcast and other workflows requiring the format. JPEG 2000 is a visually lossless codec that is quickly emerging as an industry standard, and is a specified video essence format for IMF packages.

For more information, see Export Settings Reference.

User Interface Enhancements

Enhanced in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 | June 2015

Customize the highlight brightness in the user interface and find user settings fast in a familiar Preferences panel layout.

For more information, see Preferences.

Miscellaneous Updates

Enhanced in Adobe Media Encoder CC 2015 | June 2015

  • New QuickTime channelization lets you save time and streamline your rendering by exporting  multiple audio output configurations in the same QuickTime file, including stereo and 5.1 channelization.
  • Media Encoder also gets an improved ProRes decoder (Mac only).
  • Improved Creative Cloud publishing makes it easier to render content to your Creative Cloud folder, including non-default folders.
  • QuickTime Rewrap allows you to easily transcode your MXF-wrapped source material to QuickTime.
  • With the new Set Start Timecode option you can easily assign a custom starting timecode to your exports.

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