Find and use Adobe Stock assets in Creative Cloud apps
- Adobe Stock User guide
- Search for assets
- Adobe Stock asset collections
- Integration and collaboration
- Common questions
Find an Adobe Stock asset from within your Creative Cloud application and try its watermarked version in your design or document. Buy it with a single click— it is replaced by a high-resolution version, and you don't have to redo your edits.
Easily search for assets directly in apps
Whether you are working on a design in Photoshop, Illustrator, or another Creative Cloud app, there’s no reason to break away from your project to search for Adobe Stock assets. In the Libraries panel, enter a keyword in the search field. Then select the down arrow, and select Adobe Stock from the menu to find assets. (If the Libraries panel is not open, choose Window > Libraries or Window > Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries).
If your app doesn't have a Libraries panel, see Search for and/or license your assets easily in these apps for specific ways to search or license Stock assets in your app.
License assets with a single click
When you are ready to buy an asset, right-click the asset in the library and choose License Image... or License Video...(depending on the asset).
Search for and/or license your assets easily in these apps
Photoshop — Layers Panel. Right-click the layer containing the watermarked asset and select License Image. You will receive a confirmation notification before licensing.
InDesign — Document window. Select the watermarked asset in the document, and then select the shopping cart icon in the upper-right corner of the asset.
Illustrator — Links Panel. Open the Links panel and select the shopping cart icon next to the asset you want to license.
Premiere Pro and After Effects — Project Panel. Open the Project panel and select the + icon to save to a selected libraries folder. Then select the shopping cart icon to license the asset.
Premiere Rush — Graphics Panel. Open the Graphics panel to download and use any available Motion Graphics Templates.
Creative Cloud Express — Photo panel. Double-click the photo in your template design. In the Image panel, select Replace. You will then have the option to select and search from a wide range of free and premium backgrounds.
Dimension — Libraries. Find the Starter Assets panel on the left. Select the down arrow and and change the view to Libraries. Add licensed 3D and non-3D artwork to your design.
XD — CC Libraries. Select the shopping cart icon on the asset you are previewing. You will then be taken to the Adobe Stock website to license the asset.