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Adobe Media Encoder CC, now marketed simply as Adobe Media Encoder, is a media transcoding application developed by Adobe and distributed through Adobe Creative Cloud. It is designed for integration into workflows with Adobe's other modern video applications such as Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.

Release historyEdit

  • Media Encoder CC was first released in May 2013.
  • Media Encoder CC 2014 was released in June 2014.
  • Media Encoder CC 2015 was released on June 15, 2015.
  • Media Encoder CC 2017 was released in November 2016.
  • Media Encoder 12.0 was released in October 2017 and dropped support for libraries from Dolby Laboratories for encoding Dolby audio files.[1][2]
  • Media Encoder 12.0.1 was released in January 2018.
  • Media Encoder 12.1 was released in April 2018 and discontinued support for legacy formats from the 32-bit version of QuickTime.[3]
  • Media Encoder 12.1.1 was also released in April 2018.
  • Media Encoder 12.1.2 was released in July 2018.
  • Media Encoder 13.0 was released on October 2018.
  • Media Encoder 13.0.2 was released on December 2018.
  • Media Encoder 13.1 was released on April 2019.
  • Media Encoder 14.0 was released on November 4, 2019.

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