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    Media Encoder CC 2017 v11.0 WiN MAC

    P2P | 03.11.2016 | WiN:1.04 GB | MAC: 1.05 GB

    Media Encoder CC. Your go-to application for all media processing. Ingest, transcode, create proxies, and output any format you can imagine. This powerful media management tool allows users to work with media in a unified way across applications. Tight integration with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and other applications provides a seamless media processing workflow.

    – Ingest and transcoding functionality
    – Media Browser panel
    – Direct publishing to Twitter
    – New application support for Adobe Audition and Character Animator
    – Direct publishing to Facebook
    – Expanded 4K format support
    – Improved image sequence workflows
    – Automatic loudness correction
    – Usability refinements
    – MXF channelization
    – Extended DNxHD support
    – IRT compliance
    – HDR to SDR conversion filter
    – Time Interpolation setting
    – Time Tuner for automatically adjusting the duration of rendered projects
    – Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus support for 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound
    – QuickTime channelization
    – JPEG 2000 MXF support
    – ProRes libraries for improved performance
    – User interface refinements
    – QuickTime rewrapping
    – Option to assign a custom start time

    Whats New:
    Adobe Media Encoder

    • Win7 only: After some operations, AME could crash on quit
    • Crashes could occur when exporting projects containing multi-cam
    • Ingest Copy could only copy reference file, which results in an offline clip and proxy failure
    • Export via QuickTime could fail if exporting with the Animation codec and an audio codec other than uncompressed, giving a “compressor format error”
    • Native interlaced DNxHD .mov exports sometimes imported into Avid Media Composer 8 with no video image
    • QuickTime native codecs sometimes failed to don’t smart render PAL sources with non-square pixel aspect ratios
    • Changes made to After Effects comps inside a Premiere Pro project sometimes weren’t reflected in an export queued to Adobe Media Encoder
    • Smart render of AVC-LongG material from a Panasonic camera sometimes failed, with a bitrate mismatch
    • MPEG-4/H.264 proxy presets would sometimes increase the frame size, rather than decrease it, for unsupported interlaced frame sizes
    • Clips inside Premiere Pro projects viewed in the Media Browser would sometimes incorrectly import as sequences
    • Match Source for Batch Export could result in mismatched video codecs, rather than giving a compatibility warning
    • QuickTime audio files .mov audio exports always had a 29.97 non-drop timecode even if the originating sequence was not in this frame rate
    • Exported AVCi MXF media sometimes had incorrect DisplayWidth and StoredWidth metadata

    Media Encoder CC (2017) system requirements
    – Multicore processor with 64-bit support required
    – Microsoft Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 (64 bit), Windows 8 (64 bit), or Windows 8.1 (64 bit), or Windows 10 (64 bit)
    – 8GB of RAM (16GB recommended)
    – 4GB of available hard-disk space; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
    – 1024×768 display (1280×800 recommended)
    – Optional: Adobe-recommended GPU card for GPU-accelerated performance
    – Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.*

    Media Encoder CC 2017 v11.0 MULTiLANG WiN MAC


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