Adobe Media Encoder 2015.2
Alongside last week’s updates of After Effects and Premiere Pro came a new version of Adobe Media Encoder, 2015.2. You can find this release in the Creative Cloud desktop application.
This release addressed several issues, details of which appear below:
- The application could crash on shut down when used on a system with an AMD Phenom II processor.
- J2K exports with an odd-numbered frame width could fail.
- Issues were encountered when directly importing After Effects compositions.
- The Generate Timecode effect could incorrectly change the start timecode after the frame rate was changed.
- XDCAM 35 exports could fail when smart rendering was enabled.
- Encoding could fail when importing projects containing the ‘/’ or ‘’ symbols in their name.
- Exporting to H265 media less than 64 pixels across could cause a Debug event.
- The installation wording for HEVC and Dolby was not clear.
- Incorrect audio could be inserted in areas of a sequence where audio was not present.
- Smart rendering could cause unexpected results.
- Corrupt frames could occur in exports to MXF HDCAM 422 when using smart rendering.
- Some Panasonic 50i/60i media imported with incorrect frame rates.
- H265 exports sometimes encoded incorrect duration and frame rates
- Older AMD systems (e.g. Athlon) could not utilize QuickTime.
- 4K projects featuring synthetics or Gaussian Blur could fail to encode, and subsequently cause crashes.
- Setting the Start Timecode could give unexpected results.
- Videos that were created by Skype Video Recorder were importing out of sync in some cases.