You can easily embed an h.264 MP4 in flash and with proper authoring have a Mobile compatible product. There is really no loss here, only a gain in quality and functionality. If you want to change a h.264 mp4 to an FLV just change the extension.
Thanks for your replie!
"You can easily embed an h.264 MP4 in flash and with proper authoring have a Mobile compatible product. There is really no loss here, only a gain in quality and functionality.
Maybe, but a video in h.264 still heavier than a flv video, isn't it? And forget about using transparency.
I'am not agains't evolution... i'm just looking for a new solution of a better workflow..
And now, h264 doesn't match the functionalities we need :/
- Working with old program versions is a cheap solutions: you are not supported by Adobe if you don't have the last update. :/
Use the new versions of software to create your video as much as you want. Render an intermediate file and take that into the older version of media encoder. No problem.
thanks for your answer!
But it's mentionned as a "trial" version. Will it be automaticaly activated with my CC license?
Install Premiere CC and Premiere CS6 from within your Creative Cloud software and you'll have the Adobe Media Encoder of those versions too.
I would suggest also installing the CC and CS6 version of After Effects in case you have a client who needs a project in that version.
I have CS5, CS6, CC, and CC 2014 installed on my home machine for just that reason.
That's the moment i feel stupid
In my creative Cloud software, i can only download CC version.
No propositions for CS6 or CS 5.5 :/
Maybe i'am wrong, or missing something or stupid as mentioned before
CS6 is the earliest you can download from the Creative Cloud software (CS5 was something I owned before CS6 even came out).
The version you have is probably CC 2014 (internal version number 13).
You need to download CC and CS6 (internal versions 12 and 11, respectively). This page explains how: Creative Cloud Help | Install, update, or uninstall apps
Thanks for this good info. I'm working with Captivate 8 and it's telling me to put in FLV/F4V's. I go to export out of CC '14 and there's no option anymore. Did not own any previous version of CC here at work, so I thought I was about to be out of luck.
Thanks for the kb! Very usefull ! even if i notice that i can only install the 8.0 version of media encodeur :/
I'am still very disappointed by Adobe's reaction. I can't remember telling my client that i wont do something because it takes me too long and giving no other solutions in return.
Anyway, wait & see
What about the que markers which you can set on the timeline in Premiere Cc2017, how can I intehrate those in a H264 file?