Adobe Media Encoder is a program designed to encode audio and video files into a variety of formats. Media Encoder can be used as a standalone converter, to re-encode audio or video into another format and can also be launched from within other Adobe programs like After Effects or Premiere Pro to provide additional control over the export or render of video files. The program supports conversion between most major video formats, including FLV, MPEG, MOV, AVI and WMV.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Open Adobe Media Encoder. Drag and drop your FLV file into the queue window or click the "Add" button. Click the "Format" drop-down menu and choose "Windows Media."
Click "Edit" and select "Export Settings." Select a download preset from the "Preset" drop-down menu, which includes audio and video settings for your file conversion. Click "OK" and then "Start Queue."
Open Export Settings and click "Custom" in the "Preset" drop-down menu. Click the "Video" tab. Chose a Windows Media Video codec from the "Codec" drop-down menu. Click the "Frame Width" and "Frame Height" numbers to adjust the size of the exported video. Adjust the frame rate with the "Frame Rate [fps]" drop-down menu. Click "OK" and then "Start Queue."
Tips and warnings
- You can convert your FLV to WMV directly from the queue window if you don't want to create a custom export setting. To do so, click the "Preset" drop-down menu in the queue window, click a preset and then click "Start Queue."
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