You can get Adobe Media Encoder 2022 v22.6.1 for macOS for free. It has an easy-to-use interface, can encode in the background, and has settings that make it easy to output to almost any screen. After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Adobe Prelude all have Adobe Media Encoder built in.
Adobe Media Encoder CC 2022 for MacOS Overview
Adobe Media Encoder for macOS is a valuable tool for managing media that lets you control media in a unified way throughout different apps. The process is smooth because it works well with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and various other programs.
The October 13 core version of Media Encoder adds support for H.264 resolution and H.264 GPU acceleration for H.265/HEVC, colour monitor profiles, support for several camera formats (like Sony Venice v2 and ARRI Alexa LF) that work with the Google VR180, digital photos from Windows iOS/macOS in the HEIF/HEIC format, and better hardware acceleration for encoding and playing back media.
Features of Adobe Media Encoder CC 2022 for MacOS
- Help with exporting 8K H.264
- Improved RED camera format reading
- Formats for the Canon C200 camera can be imported
- RED camera Image Processing Pipeline [IPP2] allows users to choose a channel when posting to YouTube and Vimeo
- Choose a page when posting to Facebook
- Add unique thumbnails to YouTube videos when you post them.
- Mac OS X and Windows can export animated GIFs
- The Time Tuner effect gets better.
- When importing non-native QuickTime files, you will get a warning.
- Adobe Stock Is the Final Stop for Publishing Contributor
- Colour profiles from After Effects can be used.
- When a series is imported, assets are automatically relinked.
- Option to keep playing in Premiere Pro while Media Encoder does its job
- Support for exporting ambisonic sound (only for H.264)
- Support for Hybrid LOG Gamma (HLG)
System Requirements and Technical Details
- Processor: Multicore Intel processor with 64-bit support
- OS: X 10.14 or later
- RAM: 8 GB (16 GB recommended)
- Disk Space: 4 GB
- Screen Resolution: 1024×768 (1280×800 recommended)
- Optional: Adobe-recommended GPU card for GPU-accelerated performance