Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for the encoding of VP8 or VP9 video in WebM container with Vorbis or Opus audio.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for including AFD signaling in MXF wrapper.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert now allows you to specify your input captions frame rate for SCC captions sources.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK adds support for queue hopping. Jobs can now hop from their original queue to a specified alternate queue, based on the maximum wait time that you specify in the job settings.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for: AV1 encoding in File Group MP4, DASH and CMAF DASH outputs; PCM/WAV audio output in MPEG2-TS containers; and Opus audio in Webm inputs.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for fine-tuned QVBR quality level.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for MP3 audio only outputs.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for 8K outputs and support for QuickTime Animation Codec (RLE) inputs.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for DolbyVision encoding, and SCTE35 & ESAM insertion to DASH ISO EMSG.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for Dolby Atmos encoding, up to 36 outputs, accelerated transcoding with frame capture and preferred acceleration feature.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added support for multi-DRM SPEKE with CMAF outputs, MP3 ingest, and options for improved video quality.
Changes This release adds the ability to send a job to an on-demand queue while simulating the performance of a job sent to a reserved queue. Use this setting to estimate the number of reserved transcoding slots (RTS) you need for a reserved queue.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert has added support for multi-DRM SPEKE with CMAF outputs, MP3 ingest, and options for improved video quality.
Changes MediaConvert adds support for specifying priority (-50 to 50) on jobs submitted to on demand or reserved queues
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert has added several features including support for: audio normalization using ITU BS.1770-3, 1770-4 algorithms, extension of job progress indicators, input cropping rectangle & output position rectangle filters per input, and dual SCC caption mapping to additional codecs and containers.
Changes DASH output groups using DRM encryption can now enable a playback device compatibility mode to correct problems with playback on older devices.
Changes This release adds support for detailed job progress status and S3 server-side output encryption. In addition, the anti-alias filter will now be automatically applied to all outputs
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added several features including support for: auto-rotation or user-specified rotation of 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees; multiple output groups with DRM; ESAM XML documents to specify ad insertion points; Offline Apple HLS FairPlay content protection.
Changes IMF decode from a Composition Playlist for IMF specializations App #2 and App #2e; up to 99 input clippings; caption channel selection for MXF; and updated rate control for CBR jobs. Added support for acceleration in preview
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added several features including support for: SPEKE full document encryption, up to 150 elements for input stitching, input and motion image insertion, AWS CLI path arguments in S3 links including special characters, AFD signaling, additional caption types, and client-side encrypted input files.
Changes To offer lower prices for predictable, non-urgent workloads, we propose the concept of Reserved Transcode pricing. Reserved Transcode pricing Reserved Transcoding pricing would offer the customer access to a fixed parallel processing capacity for a fixed monthly rate. This capacity would be stated in terms of number of Reserved Transcode Slots (RTSs). One RTS would be able to process one job at a time for a fixed monthly fee.
Changes This release adds support for Cost Allocation through tagging and also enables adding, editing, and removal of tags from the MediaConvert console.
Changes Added WriteSegmentTimelineInRepresentation option for Dash Outputs
Changes This release adds support for a new rate control mode, Quality-Defined Variable Bitrate (QVBR) encoding, includes updates to optimize transcoding performance, and resolves previously reported bugs.
Changes This release adds support for the following 1) users can specify tags to be attached to queues, presets, and templates during creation of those resources on MediaConvert. 2) users can now view the count of jobs in submitted state and in progressing state on a per queue basis.
Changes This release adds language code support according to the ISO-639-3 standard. Custom 3-character language codes are now supported on input and output for both audio and captions.
Changes This release adds the support for Common Media Application Format (CMAF) fragmented outputs, RF64 WAV audio output format, and HEV1 or HEVC1 MP4 packaging types when using HEVC in DASH or CMAF outputs.
Changes Nielsen ID3 tags can now be inserted into transport stream (TS) and HLS outputs. For more information on Nielsen configuration you can go to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediaconvert/latest/apireference/jobs.html#jobs-nielsenconfiguration
Changes AWS Elemental MediaConvert is a file-based video conversion service that transforms media into formats required for traditional broadcast and for internet streaming to multi-screen devices.