Organizations can integrate their Adobe Stock enterprise plan with AEM Assets to ensure that licensed assets are broadly available for their creative and marketing projects, with the powerful asset management capabilities of AEM.
Adobe Stock service provides designers and businesses with access to millions of high-quality, curated, royalty-free photos, vectors, illustrations, videos, templates, and 3D assets for all their creative projects. AEM users are able to quickly find, preview, and license Adobe Stock assets that are saved in AEM, without leaving the AEM workspace.
To allow communication between AEM and Adobe Stock, create an IMS configuration and an Adobe Stock configuration in AEM.
Only AEM administrators and Admin Console administrators for an organization can perform the integration as it requires administrator privileges.
Provide appropriate values in the fields titled Title, Authorization Server, API Key, Client Secret, and Payload. See JWT authentication quick start, for detailed information to fetch these values from Adobe I/O.
If there are multiple Adobe Stock Configurations, select the desired configuration in User Preferences panel (AEM > User Icon > User Preferences > Stock Configuration).
Using this capability, organizations can allow its users to work using Adobe Stock assets in AEM Assets.
Using this capability, organizations can allow its users to work using Adobe Stock assets in AEM Assets. From within the AEM user interface, users can search Adobe Stock assets and license the required assets.
Once an Adobe Stock asset is licensed in AEM, it can be used and managed like a typical asset. In AEM, the users can search and preview the assets; copy and publish the assets; share the assets on Brand Portal; access and use the assets via AEM Desktop App; and so on.
A. Search assets similar to the assets whose Adobe Stock ID is provided. B. Search assets that match your selection of shape or orientation. C. Search for one of more supported asset types D. Open or collapse the filters pane E. License and save the selected asset in AEM F. Save the asset in AEM with watermark G. Explore assets on Adobe Stock website that are similar to the selected asset H. View the selected assets on Adobe Stock website I. Number of selected assets from the search results J. Switch between Card view and List view
Your AEM users, can search for assets in both, AEM and Adobe Stock. When the search location is not limited to Adobe Stock, the search results from AEM and Adobe Stock are displayed in separate areas.
- To search for Adobe Stock assets, click Navigation > Assets > Search Adobe Stock.
- To search for assets across Adobe Stock and AEM Assets, click the search icon .
AEM offers advanced filtering capabilities on the searched assets, allowing users to quickly zero-in on the required assets using filters, like types of supported assets, image orientation, and licensed state.
Assets searched from Adobe Stock are just displayed in AEM. Adobe Stock assets are fetched and stored in AEM repository only after a user either saves an asset or licenses an asset. Assets that are already stored in AEM are displayed and highlighted for ease of reference and access. Also, such assets are saved with some additional metadata to indicate the source as Adobe Stock.
Select an asset that you want to save in AEM. Click Save in the toolbar at the top and provide the name and location of the asset. The unlicensed assets are saved locally with a watermark.
Next time when you search for assets, the saved assets are highlighted with a badge, to indicate that such assets are available in AEM Assets.
The recently added assets display a New badge instead of Licensed badge.
Users can license Adobe Stock assets by using the quota of their Adobe Stock Enterprise plan. When you license an asset, it is saved without a watermark and is available for searching and using in AEM Assets.
Users can access and preview the metadata, including the Adobe Stock metadata properties for the assets saved in AEM, and add License References for an asset. However, the updates to license reference are not synced between AEM and Adobe Stock website.
Users can see the properties for both, licensed and unlicensed assets.