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.
The Adobe Media Encoder June 2015 release has many new and updated features including Time Tuner, which enables you to remove frames and automatically adjust the overall duration your video without afecting the overall quality of the video. You will also find a new preference to control the brightness and a new QuickTime rewrap preset. Read on to learn more about the latest features and updates.
There is a new Time Tuner effect in the Effects tab under Export Settings that enables the user to change the duration of the video upto +/- 5% without any noticeable artifacts. In many cases, you can adjust upto +/- 10% with very high-quality results.
The Time Tuner effect lets you automatically adjust the overall duration of your video by adding or removing frames at scene changes, in sections with still images or low visual activity, and during quiet audio passages.
You can adjust the following settings when using this effect: