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Adobe Media Encoder

Difficulty: 
Moderate
Requires Instruction?: 
No

Adobe Media Encoder is only necessary for specific encoding needs. For the most common exporting options, such as encoding for DVD or for YouTube, export directly from iMovie, Final Cut Pro X, or Adobe Premiere Pro.

Pros:

  • Extremely customizable export-settings.
  • Elegantly simple drag & drop system.
  • Does not take long to learn.

Cons:

  • Requires an understanding of what video encoding is all about.
  • Video encoding can be very time-consuming.

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What you should know: 

Adobe Media Encoder is located in the following locations: