Has webm is becoming an important video format for the web.
It would be nice Media Encoder support it (from and to).
Artem Klimov commented
4 days before 2020. Still don't see it there. Would actually love to have such option when saving a video from Premiere Elements. Adobe still supports all ancient encoders (for what reason?) but nothing new and advance. Shame.
I can't believe I have to spend hours looking to find a solution to export a video to Webm at the end of 2019 with adobe premiere CC 2020 !!!
Is that a joke (very bad) adobe?
Something that would have taken me 2s makes me lose just hours to get such a simple export...
Emma Butler commented
I can't get the Fnord extension to appear in Media Encoder, either by installing it via CC or downloading the msi installer so...I guess I don't get to encode webm files.
This is terrible...
Adobe! Support webm!
Micah Haun commented
Converting from WebM is important too. When I have WebM sources, I have to do an awkward set of conversions with FFMpeg. Usually to uncompressed, then to ProRes from Media Encoder. (FFMpeg doesn't do real ProRes, Media Encoder doesn't read WebM. I could make it easier on myself and just go to MP4 in FFMpeg and not bother with ProRes, but that's adding another heavy layer of compression and MP4s don't edit as nicely).
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
Most implementation of WebM codecs are slow.
Do you need VP8 / VP9 because of the alpha channel support ?
Fnordware's plugin may be slightly slow for any meaningful projects...
Kaleb Wyman commented
Please add native WebM support to Adobe Media Encoder... we need it for HTML5 video deployments on the web.
Without native support, the fnordware WebM presets (found in Other, and not in Web Video as expected) tend to get removed every time there is an update to Adobe Media Encoder.
Bobby Desmarais commented
.webm is a hugely useful format that is slowly overtaking HTML5 video on the web. Not only is it lightning fast, but the files are also incredibly small. Support for this format is crucial!
Mark Craig commented
You can install this to get WebM support now rather than waiting for Adobe.
I can't believe we are having to request this feature in 2018!!! Adobe literally has their head up their *** pertaining the most obvious things. Ugh.
Adding WebM and .ogg formats as an export option in Media Encoder should be a no-brainer. I mean HTML 5 has been around for 4 years now!