Do you have assets and files that you have created or saved on your mobile device or across multiple desktops? Does Adobe Creative Cloud allow you to share these easily? You can do that with Libraries. In this video, Richard Harrington describes what a Creative Cloud Library is and gives a broad overview of how it works.
- An excellent way to collaborate is with a shared library. Libraries allow you to take assets and make them available to multiple users with both read write and read only access. They also make it easy to have a pool of assets that move between applications. Now, a library can do many things. First up, it's going to give you access in multiple work flows. They're available for Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Animate, XD, Dimensions and Creative Cloud Assets. You'll also be able to access them from many of Adobe's mobile applications, such as Adobe Capture, Illustrator, Draw, and Photoshop Fix. You can even take a look at a web browser to see many of these. This is really cool, because I can use an app like Adobe Capture to create color palettes while I'm out traveling as I get inspired by things. And then those synchronize to my graphics applications. Additionally, you're going to be able to integrate with Adobe Stock. This means that you can add clips from your stock library and place them in, or even watermarked clips and then swap them out later with the licensed versions. This means that any stock assets that you pull down can be easily shared amongst team members within an organization that has the rights. Additionally, these are linked assets. The key benefit here is that if something changes it will re freshen your project. Let's say you have an animated logo, or a graphic that you need to use. If you use the linked option when placing it, it has the ability to refresh. And if nothing else, people can easily see when new versions are available, and easily swap them out in their project. Additionally, it just means that the right assets are there, ready to use. This is a great way to collaborate, and to put lots of things into an easy to share container that's backed up in the cloud and easily synchronized to multiple devices. Okay, let's put them into action.
- Collaborating with Adobe Premiere Rush
- Working with comments
- Exchanging markers via Wipster and Frame.io
- What is a Creative Cloud Library?
- Trimming media to reduce file size
- Transcoding proxy media
- Exchanging files and media with various programs
- Adding custom metadata
- Exchanging Adobe Premiere Pro workspaces