Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Placing linked objects into Photoshop, part of Adobe CC Libraries for Designers.
- [Voiceover] In addition to syncing…your Photoshop documents across different documents…that you create in other apps,…you can also sync linked objects…in your Photoshop documents as well, whereas previously,…when you placed a smart object in Photoshop…from an application like Illustrator, for instance,…it might be linked to a file on your hard drive,…or it might not be linked to a file at all.…It might just be a single instance of a vector file.…Now, you can actually sync and link cloud assets…directly to your Photoshop documents,…making it super simple for you to store vector assets…in your Photoshop documents, have those link to the cloud,…and automatically update any time you make a change.…
So for instance, if I want to place this little cook image…inside of the Photoshop document,…I can right-click on it and choose Place Linked.…Now, you also have the option to place a copy.…Placing a copy just places a single instance of that file…inside of your Photoshop document,…meaning it will not be linked to the library file.…
- Creating a CC Library on desktop and mobile devices
- Sharing CC Libraries with others
- Using Adobe Stock with CC Libraries
- Using CC Libraries in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign