Adobe Media Encoder - Getting Started (UW-Madison)
Adobe Media Encoder is a tool design to help you convert media from one format to another. It is mostly geared toward the conversion of video, but also works with audio.
Because Adobe Media Encoder is a utility used to assist with the conversion of files, there are no specific education-based examples. It works in the background doing things like:
- Trimming the beginning and end from lecture capture videos.
- Converting a video from MOV to MP4.
- Uploading your converted videos directly to YouTube.
- Creating an audio-only file from a video file.
- Creating an animated GIF from a video file.
Adobe Media Encoder has been licensed by UW-System for use by faculty and staff on both UW- and personally-owned devices and by everyone on UW-owned machines provisioned with Shared Device Licensing. Please check with your local IT staff to see if they can install Adobe Media Encoder for you or if there are departmental policies on use and support of Adobe products. Faculty and staff can download Media Encoder by following the directions in KB doc 69772.
- Adobe Media Encoder CC Informational Page
- Adobe Media Encoder Support Page
- Adobe Media Encoder Help, Getting Started and Support Page
- Adobe Media Encoder System Requirements
- Adobe Media Encoder Video Content
- Adobe Community Forum for Media Encoder
- Contact Adobe Customer Care About Media Encoder
- Adobe Feature Request/Bug Form
- LinkedIn Learning, formerly Lynda.com, has excellent tutorials on Adobe Media Encoder. For information on logging into LinkedIn Learning please see LinkedIn Learning - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- You can also find many YouTube tutorials on Adobe Media Encoder.