Adobe Media Encoder allows you to export projects into a playable format. You can transfer them to any screen you have, and the features are quite powerful. You can optimize the videos and select your desired resolution. The codec is from Adobe, so it gives you a powerful conversion ability that you would expect from this company.
The interface isn’t hard to use. It is great for having multiple jobs lined up. When you add a job, you can select the profile that is already created in advance. This gives you the ideal size or resolution that you need for that particular image or project.
Sometimes, you just don’t want to set something up every time. You can use the stock presets that come with the app. You can give it a name of your choice. Then, choose the format, and you can leave comments on it to remind yourself of what it does. In the video section, you can set video settings. This is key because you can change your level, profile, aspect, field order, frame rate, and resolution all in one panel.
Perhaps one of the most powerful features is the ability to encode the bitrates and target a particular max level for bitrate. This is in the advanced settings, and should only be used by experienced users. It will let you adjust the keyframe distance, and you can blend frames and render them to the maximum settings. This is something to do when you have plenty of time to let it render.
All in all, Adobe Media Encoder is perfect for professionals working with video day in and day out. It can be a pain to use multiple applications. It seems to have combined the best of all worlds in a visually appealing interface.