New Adobe Media Encoder Tutorials

What Is Adobe Media Encoder?

 What is Adobe Media Encoder? Click image for tutorial.

What is Adobe Media Encoder? Click image for tutorial.

This video overview is a fantastic introduction to Adobe Media Encoder and is a great place to begin if you're new to Adobe's video rendering app. If you're already an AME expert, then this is a nice refresher. Here's a fun-sized takeaway:

After rendering is complete, the Output File setting becomes a link that takes you directly to the rendered file.

Click Output file link to open rendered file.

How To Use Adobe Media Encoder?

 How to use Adobe Media Encoder? Click image for tutorial.

How to use Adobe Media Encoder? Click image for tutorial.

If you watched the first video, then you already know how to use Adobe Media Encoder. This video is the same as the first video just without the intro.

Publish To YouTube And Vimeo

 

 Publish to YouTube and Vimeo. Click image for tutorial.

Publish to YouTube and Vimeo. Click image for tutorial.

After doing some test exports using the Publish tab, I have to admit I do enjoy some of the features, particularly publishing to Creative Cloud. There's definitely satisfaction in performing two tasks (export and upload) simultaneously. In fact, you can expect a dedicated post on this feature and it's workflow applications along with a new brotorial.

My belief in review before upload still stands. I would never render a final deliverable with this way without reviewing it first. However, there are some advantages here for creating backups and sending rough cuts for review... and uploading family home videos to YouTube.

What do you think of publishing to the web on export? Is it a step towards the future? How have you integrated this feature into your workflow? Leave a comment! Thanks for reading!

Sean Schools

Sean Schools is Premiere Bro, the Premiere Pro User Blog and Fansite, dedicated to enriching the Premiere Pro editing experience and user community. Sean is a Full Sail University alum and the award-winning video editor for JK Design, a New Jersey advertising agency.