This video provides an overview of the Adobe Media Encoder interface.
- [Instructor] So, here we are inside of Adobe Media Encoder. And Media Encoder is the application that you can use for all of your media processing. You can use it to bring in video and audio. You can use it to output those to any format, pretty much, that you can imagine. You can even change things between one format and another. That process, by the way, is called transcoding, so unwrapping it, taking the individual elements, reencoding them, and wrapping them all up nicely into a brand new different wrapper.
And the interface here, is very very simple, divided into four areas. But don't let that fool you; this is a very very powerful component in the digital video, and audio, arsenal. Over on the left, at the top here, I've got the Media Browser, and this is where I can go into all of my different directories, for example, and if I've got something I'm going to go to often, I can always right-click it and add it to Favorites. And you can see here, I've actually got the Exercise files for this course added here as Favorites.
And I can drill down, and go into all of the different locations that I might want to do in here. Okay, so for example, I could get a file like this, and I can preview it just by hovering over it, and scrubbing backwards and forwards. I can get a better view of that, if I want to magnify it. I've also got a control down here which allows me to just pull it up and change my magnification. So I can kind of scroll over and check out the footage to make sure it's the right footage that I'm after. And then once I've done that, I can add that to the Queue, like so, which is this window here.
And this is really handy, because you can actually put a whole bunch of stuff in here, and then set it up using the Settings down in the bottom left-hand corner. These are all of our different presets associated with the things that we're going to change, and you can change them all individually. What I typically then do, is set that thing going, and nip off to lunch, or go and do something else, while they're all processing. That's, of course, if you've got the time to do that. And then the final window here, is Encoding, and that will show you what is going on in the encoding process.
In the next movie, let's have an overview of encoding, so you're a little bit clearer on that.
- Basic terminology
- Importing files from Photoshop and Illustrator into After Effects
- Creating a lower third in After Effects
- Creating a new project in Adobe Premiere
- Working with sound and Audition
- Multitrack editing
- Remixing time
- Navigating the Adobe Audition interface
- Adobe Media Encoder
- Making a short social movie
Skill Level Beginner
Video Foundations: Cameras and Shootingwith Anthony Q. Artis2h 58m Appropriate for all
Audition CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith Paul Murphy5h 32m Beginner
1. Foundation Concepts
2. Adobe After Effects Essentials
3. Creating a Lower Third in After Effects
4. Adobe Premiere
5. Adobe Audition
6. Adobe Media Encoder
7. Making a Short Social Movie
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