With Adobe Media Encoder, you are able to queue up multiple videos, basically making it extremely convenient to "save and organize" your videos. The video section of the media encoder contains many different options such as the aspect ratio, final resolution (referred to as 'width' by computer monitors), bitrate, compression settings, and other relevant variables. By using a tool such as Media Player Control, it is possible to change and view the different options in the player so that the best option is always displayed. However, with this software, Windows does not quite work as well as it should in this regard and certain errors occur.
When trying to run Adobe Media Encoder on Windows, the program may either crash or display the dreaded blue screen of death. To avoid this error, ensure that the computer's system requirements are met. This includes the use of the Microsoft Media Player software and Adobe Flash player 10 on Windows. Once these requirements have been met, the program will launch successfully and you will be able to use Adobe Media Encoder flawlessly on Windows.
While there are some limitations to the use of Adobe Media Encoder on Windows, users are still able to take full advantage of the application. This includes the ability to convert video files into compressed files and the ability to apply filters to the output video files. In addition to all the mentioned functionality, it is also possible to use the application to encode and/or decode the audio streams. This allows the user to have complete control over what types of encoding and decoding methods are used in the final output file.