Use Creative Cloud Libraries to add assets in most Creative Cloud desktop products, mobile apps, or on the web, and then access them in other Adobe applications.
Find out about the types of assets that each application can save to a Library or access from a Library. (Use the scroll at the end of the table to view its contents in full.)
Any file in the Ai, PNG, Bmp, Psd, SVG, Gif, Jpg, Tif, PDF, Heic, Heif, and Dng formats. File type support is determined by the application.
Use the Libraries panel in your desktop applications or the Creative Cloud desktop app to add assets to your library. Drag and drop one or more files from the macOS Finder or Windows File Explorer onto the open library.
You can populate a library from an existing folder of assets in any of the following file formats.
Currently, only graphics, templates, video, and audio can be imported via drag-and-drop.
|Type of element||Supported format|
|Graphics||Ai, Png, Bmp, Psd, SVG, Gif, Jpg, Tif, PDF Heic, Heif, Dng|
|Templates||Psdt, Ait, indt|
|Animation||FLA files, XFL files, and OAM (.oam) animated widget files
|Brushes||Illustrator brushes, Photoshop brushes, Adobe Capture brushes
|Video||MPEG, MP4, QuickTime, and Windows Media video formats
|Audio||MPEG layer compressed audio (.mp2), MPEG layer 3 audio (.mp3), MPEG-4 audio layer (.m4a), Wave audio (.wav), MPEG-2 Audio advanced coding file (.acc), audio interchange file format (.aif, .aiff)
|Motions graphics templates (mogrts)||After Effects and Premiere Pro mogrts
|Color swatches||Process colors and spot colors
|Color spaces||RGB, CMYK, Lab, Grayscale, and HSB
|Pattern fills||Raster and vector pattern fills
||OBJ, Photoshop 3D files (.psd), Aero 3D files (.glb) and Dimension 3D files (.dn)
|3D materials||MDL files and Substance materials (SBSAR)