To view the list of IRT presets, type IRT in the search bar in Preset Browser panel.
- Adobe Media Encoder User Guide
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- Overview of Adobe Media Encoder
- Using the Preset Browser
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- File formats supported for import with Media Encoder
- Export media from Team Projects using Media Encoder
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- Sync settings in Media Encoder
- Using the GoPro CineForm codec in After Effects
- Video Effects Manager in Media Encoder
- IRT compliance
- Export settings reference for Media Encoder
- Encode and export video and audio with Media Encoder
- Managing the media cache database
- Publish settings in Adobe Media Encoder
IRT (Institut für Rundfunktechnik) publishes the technical guidelines and specifications of Germany’s public broadcasters. There are six MXF Profiles for HD program material as specified by ARD, ZDF, ORF, and ARTE. There are presets in Adobe Media Encoder that correspond to each of these profiles.
The IRT compliance in Media Encoder CC ensures that your content conforms with German broadcast standards. The only way to get an output from Media Encoder CC that is IRT-compliant is to use one of the six presets.
Applying an IRT preset to a media file
To see the settings of an IRT preset, choose a preset and click Preset Settings. Choose an appropriate encoding format.
Add a media source in the Queue panel. Ensure that the media file has an IRT preset.
Click Start Queue to encode the files with IRT presets.