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wds

« on: July 10, 2024, 13:10 »
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I have a file in queue at Adobestock for seven weeks yet to be reviewed! It is Commercial non-AI.
What are others seeing?


« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2024, 13:38 »
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Over 2 months for real photos. 800 assets. Stopped to submit any assets now.

« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2024, 03:38 »
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My longest image is now wiating to be reviewed for 4 MONTHS.   :(

zeljkok

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« Reply #3 on: July 11, 2024, 16:26 »
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My longest image is now wiating to be reviewed for 4 MONTHS.   :(

Out of curiosity:  What is your acceptance rate?   Did you have recent QA Failures?

« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2024, 05:57 »
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My longest image is now wiating to be reviewed for 4 MONTHS.   :(

Out of curiosity:  What is your acceptance rate?   Did you have recent QA Failures?

My acceptance rate ist over 95%. I do not know what QA failure is.

« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2024, 09:53 »
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Me too Tradition photograph just over 1 month ago :'(

zeljkok

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« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2024, 12:33 »
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I submitted 3 Editorial yesterday and they got approved overnight.   Last week 1 RF, waited 3 or 4 days only.   

My theory was QA Failures push submitted images down the queue, but apparently that might not be true.  Only other explanation I can think off is that AI pre-processing assigns some sort of "worthiness" token, so assets with estimated lower sale potential have to wait longer (i.e flowers). 

It would actually be quite interesting to hear from Adobe about this. If someone really has to wait 8 weeks or more, that is quite brutal

wds

« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2024, 13:02 »
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I submitted 3 Editorial yesterday and they got approved overnight.   Last week 1 RF, waited 3 or 4 days only.   

My theory was QA Failures push submitted images down the queue, but apparently that might not be true.  Only other explanation I can think off is that AI pre-processing assigns some sort of "worthiness" token, so assets with estimated lower sale potential have to wait longer (i.e flowers). 

It would actually be quite interesting to hear from Adobe about this. If someone really has to wait 8 weeks or more, that is quite brutal

Was your RF AI?....I have experienced AI's going through the queue much quicker than non-AI (non-editorial)

zeljkok

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« Reply #8 on: July 12, 2024, 13:57 »
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« Reply #9 on: July 13, 2024, 00:44 »
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I submitted 3 Editorial yesterday and they got approved overnight.   Last week 1 RF, waited 3 or 4 days only.   

My theory was QA Failures push submitted images down the queue, but apparently that might not be true.  Only other explanation I can think off is that AI pre-processing assigns some sort of "worthiness" token, so assets with estimated lower sale potential have to wait longer (i.e flowers). 

It would actually be quite interesting to hear from Adobe about this. If someone really has to wait 8 weeks or more, that is quite brutal

I really do not know what exactly is causing it.

 I have resubmitted that image that has been sitting in review for 4 months and some that have been waiting to be reviewed for 3 or 2 months now  (without deleting the original ones, because for previous tests like this I know it will take just as long for the re-submitted images) and they are again not getting reviewd while other images I submitted after that have been reviewed a long time ago already.

What I noticed is that images from the same series of the same topic, even though submitted at different times, all end up in my "not getting reviewed for months"  queue. And I am pretty sure it's not sale potential, because at least one of the series is of a environmental/climate change topic that, while regularly picked up in the media, hasn't really beeen covered on Adobe well yet, so it should have good sale potential. While I could find some possible explanations why most of the other images might take longer to review (like someone wants to make sure there is no copyright violation), about this particular series I have absolutely no clue what is causing this extreme delay.

wds

« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2024, 07:34 »
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I think Adobe should make some public statement about review time and review time inconsistencies.

Mir

« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2024, 11:19 »
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I just saw they no longer accept zip files for vectors, I suppose that might be the problem... or not.

zeljkok

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« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2024, 15:41 »
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What I noticed is that images from the same series of the same topic, even though submitted at different times, all end up in my "not getting reviewed for months"  queue.

Could it be "similars" factor?  Or rather AI pre-processing that happens automatically as soon as you submit the image determines (based on who-knows-what) that image is similar to what is already in the port and pushes it to back of queue?

I find it very hard to believe review priority would be completely random for software company that is so high on AI algorithms etc.

« Reply #13 on: July 14, 2024, 13:42 »
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If we soon discover cave paintings from the stone age as brand new images in the database, we know that the review is taking too long. I have uploaded a few new images when Ramses II was still going about his government business - they are still waiting for the review.

« Reply #14 on: July 14, 2024, 22:53 »
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If we soon discover cave paintings from the stone age as brand new images in the database, we know that the review is taking too long. I have uploaded a few new images when Ramses II was still going about his government business - they are still waiting for the review.

Ramses Is image review policies were much more efficient. But then he sacrificed my sister to Ra. Ive got mixed feelings since then.

« Reply #15 on: July 15, 2024, 02:20 »
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How's the review time for editorial photos? Quicker than commercial?

 

« Reply #16 on: July 15, 2024, 06:21 »
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How's the review time for editorial photos? Quicker than commercial?

usually within 24 hours.

« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2024, 06:28 »
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How's the review time for editorial photos? Quicker than commercial?

usually within 24 hours.

Sounds good, thanks for the reply.

« Reply #18 on: July 15, 2024, 12:08 »
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How's the review time for editorial photos? Quicker than commercial?

usually within 24 hours.

Sounds good, thanks for the reply.

10 days for real photos


 

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