Join Jan Ozer for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing presets, part of Learning Adobe Media Encoder (2011).
Encoding presets contain sets of encoding configurations that speed repetitive …encoding jobs. In this tutorial, you learn how to …create, save, load and find Adobe Media Encoder's presets. …We're working up here in the H.264 format. …And there are two classes of presets in the Adobe Media Encoder. …One, is a preset that you've created, and those appear above this line, and all the …rest are presets that shipped with the Adobe Media Encoder.…
Now if you'd like, you can just click Custom, and then start from scratch with …the preset that you'd like to build. The approach I like to take is to find a …preset that's close to the output parameters I'm looking for and then just …customize that. So, say we wanted to customize a preset …for uploading video to YouTube. And, YouTube SD, not YouTube HD. …And this is a widescreen video, so I would choose the Widescreen SD option. …And check the Letterboxing. Everything looks great. …So I like this preset except the data rate is a bit too low for my taste.…
- Overview of the encoding workflow
- Setting preferences
- Creating, importing, and working with custom presets
- Streaming basics and best practices
- Producing H.264 for Flash, Silverlight, HTML5, and QuickTime
- Using VP6 and WMV
- Producing for optical disc
- Adaptive streaming
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Introduction to the Adobe Media Encoder
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5. Producing for Optical Disc
6. Adaptive Streaming
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