The 13.0.2 update for Adobe Media Encoder adds export support for Apple ProRes on Windows, import for HEIF files created on iOS devices, improved performance with the Canon Cinema RAW Light on Windows, and import support for ProRes HDR footage.
- Apple ProRes support: With the latest Adobe updates, export presets for Apple ProRes, including ProRes 4444 and ProRes 422 formats are available within Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Media Encoder on both macOS and Windows 10.
- HEIF files, recorded on iOS devices can be imported into Premiere Pro and Media Encoder on macOS and Windows. This feature requires macOS 10.13, or higher, and Windows 10 (version 1809 or higher). On Windows systems, both the HEIF Image Extension and the HEVC Video Extension need to be installed.
- Faster decoding for Canon Cinema RAW Light footage provides improved playback on multicore Windows 10 machines.
- Support for ProRes HDR footage allows for accurate import of Rec2020 and PQ/HLG color information from HDR media in ProRes containers.
For information on the bugs fixed in this version of Adobe Media Encoder, see Bugs fixed in Adobe Media Encoder.
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 VR 180 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 supports horizontal and vertical views of VR 180 while encoding/exporting media.
For more information, see Export settings reference for Media Encoder.
- Removal of prompt when you need to install the HEVC codec. Support for the native macOS HEVC hardware and software decoders. See System requirements for more information about support for hardware acceleration decoding.
- When importing unsupported QuickTime files, you now see a dialog in the lower-right corner of the screen indicating why the file is unsupported.
- Hardware accelerated decode is now supported for all models of mac (mac OS 10.13 and later) that have supported Intel chipset.
- HEIF files are now supported (macOS 10.13.4 and later). For more information, refer to System requirements.
- HEVC decoding is now available in the trial version.
- Decode support for Sony Venice X-OCN V2 media including anamorphic sources.
- Decode support for ARRI Alexa LF media.
- Native decoding support for the QuickTime-wrapped HAP codec.
For more information, see File formats supported for import.
HEIF format support is dependent on the Operating System components of your machine. For more information on the minimum OS requirements, see System requirements.