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« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2017, 12:20 »
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Moments ago we went live with two new contributor features in the Adobe Stock contributor portal.

For vector contributors you no longer need to zip your AI or EPS files with a jpeg preview. You can now upload the files directly. The system will automatically generate the jpeg for you. This should save quite a bit of time in your workflow.

We have integrated Adobe Sign into our model and property releases. It is now much easier to generate, send and receive releases. You do not need an Adobe Sign account to take advantage of this feature.

Both new features are specific to Adobe Stock and not Fotolia. If you haven't already synced your existing Fotolia account to Adobe Stock I recommend you do so here: contributor.stock.adobe.com

For additional details, please check out our blog post: https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/new-for-adobe-stock-contributors-adobe-sign-integration-and-non-zip-vectors/

Let me know if you have any questions or comments,

Mat Hayward
Has a captcha just appeared on FL login too?

« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2017, 12:29 »
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Moments ago we went live with two new contributor features in the Adobe Stock contributor portal.

For vector contributors you no longer need to zip your AI or EPS files with a jpeg preview. You can now upload the files directly. The system will automatically generate the jpeg for you. This should save quite a bit of time in your workflow.

We have integrated Adobe Sign into our model and property releases. It is now much easier to generate, send and receive releases. You do not need an Adobe Sign account to take advantage of this feature.

Both new features are specific to Adobe Stock and not Fotolia. If you haven't already synced your existing Fotolia account to Adobe Stock I recommend you do so here: contributor.stock.adobe.com

For additional details, please check out our blog post: https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/new-for-adobe-stock-contributors-adobe-sign-integration-and-non-zip-vectors/

Let me know if you have any questions or comments,

Mat Hayward
Has a captcha just appeared on FL login too?

Yes

« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2017, 12:42 »
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Generating jpg from eps usually give poor preview result. and what about the the meta-tags how will they be fetched?
Do we only need to upload EPS to the system or EPS + JPG?

« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2017, 12:47 »
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Moments ago we went live with two new contributor features in the Adobe Stock contributor portal.

For vector contributors you no longer need to zip your AI or EPS files with a jpeg preview. You can now upload the files directly. The system will automatically generate the jpeg for you. This should save quite a bit of time in your workflow.

We have integrated Adobe Sign into our model and property releases. It is now much easier to generate, send and receive releases. You do not need an Adobe Sign account to take advantage of this feature.

Both new features are specific to Adobe Stock and not Fotolia. If you haven't already synced your existing Fotolia account to Adobe Stock I recommend you do so here: contributor.stock.adobe.com

For additional details, please check out our blog post: https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/new-for-adobe-stock-contributors-adobe-sign-integration-and-non-zip-vectors/

Let me know if you have any questions or comments,

Mat Hayward
Has a captcha just appeared on FL login too?

Yes
Thanks, couldn't remember if it was there before. Explains why stock submitter stopped working.

Tay

« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2017, 12:49 »
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Hi Mat
Any clue when will be available charts on Adobe stock? Download number per month etc?
Greets

« Reply #6 on: July 27, 2017, 13:31 »
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Generating jpg from eps usually give poor preview result. and what about the the meta-tags how will they be fetched?
Do we only need to upload EPS to the system or EPS + JPG?
If it is better now, I also think that it was better before

As it is not possible to put title, description and keywords in an EPS file I am afraid that we will have to use the copy and paste What a great improvement!!
« Last Edit: July 27, 2017, 13:35 by Chichikov »

« Reply #7 on: July 27, 2017, 13:42 »
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If you haven't already synced your existing Fotolia account to Adobe Stock I recommend you do so here: contributor.stock.adobe.com

What this "synced" actually mean? I have an old Fotolia account, do I have to do something, or not? If I don't do what I lose?

« Reply #8 on: July 27, 2017, 14:01 »
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Generating jpg from eps usually give poor preview result. and what about the the meta-tags how will they be fetched?
Do we only need to upload EPS to the system or EPS + JPG?
If it is better now, I also think that it was better before

As it is not possible to put title, description and keywords in an EPS file I am afraid that we will have to use the copy and paste What a great improvement!!

This is no problem, if you prefer you can still upload vectors the old way in the zipped folders. The unzipped upload is an additional option, not a mandatory one.

-Mat

« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2017, 01:03 »
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Generating jpg from eps usually give poor preview result. and what about the the meta-tags how will they be fetched?
Do we only need to upload EPS to the system or EPS + JPG?
If it is better now, I also think that it was better before

As it is not possible to put title, description and keywords in an EPS file I am afraid that we will have to use the copy and paste What a great improvement!!

This is no problem, if you prefer you can still upload vectors the old way in the zipped folders. The unzipped upload is an additional option, not a mandatory one.

-Mat

Oh that's good, Mat!
So, if I have understood well it will also work on the Adobe side, not only on the Fotolia side.

« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2017, 01:07 »
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Generating jpg from eps usually give poor preview result. and what about the the meta-tags how will they be fetched?
Do we only need to upload EPS to the system or EPS + JPG?
If it is better now, I also think that it was better before

As it is not possible to put title, description and keywords in an EPS file I am afraid that we will have to use the copy and paste What a great improvement!!

This is no problem, if you prefer you can still upload vectors the old way in the zipped folders. The unzipped upload is an additional option, not a mandatory one.

-Mat

Thank you Mat, this is a good new.
(The best new would be to have no more to zip the files ;) )

« Reply #11 on: July 30, 2017, 22:22 »
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If you haven't already synced your existing Fotolia account to Adobe Stock I recommend you do so here: contributor.stock.adobe.com

What this "synced" actually mean? I have an old Fotolia account, do I have to do something, or not? If I don't do what I lose?

Synced is what it means. Everything is on both sites. Upload to either and it goes to both. Just no more new FT accounts.

Do nothing, lose nothing, the difference is only what you can see, not what buyers see. Best would be make sure you have an AdobeStock account for the future and features. Some day FT will just link to Adobe, and the software will cease to exist on the old servers.


 

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