Adobe Capture file types?

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Sep 24, 2018 Sep 24, 2018

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just wondering what file type are captured shapes, from Adobe Capture app?, in Photoshop , it says file type shape, in creative cloud says svg, just wondering if i can use a file from Ps, to use across the apps by changing to the same file type, to see if it will work in creative cloud.

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Adobe Employee , Sep 24, 2018 Sep 24, 2018

Hi Jordan.

Capture shapes show up in Ps and Ai and Draw as .svgs (although in Draw, file types are not noted).

But (after reading your post here: Using Assets in Draw from Creative Cloud) if I'm understanding you correctly, it's not possible to create a .svg in Photoshop, drag it into a Capture library and have it show up in your Capture library in Draw so you can use it there.

Is that what you're hoping/wanting to do?

Sue.

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Sep 24, 2018 Sep 24, 2018

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from i​ntroducing the April Release of Capture CC | Adobe Blog

Export all your assets

You and all your friends can now export all of your assets in every file format available. Now you can export shapes to svg, pdf, or jpg. Color themes can be exported to ase, color values, or jpg; patterns to bitmap/svg, materials to pbr, brushes to jpg, and type to jpg. Start creating, then get sharing.

[ moved from Adobe Creative Cloud to Adobe Capture]

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Hi Jordan.

Capture shapes show up in Ps and Ai and Draw as .svgs (although in Draw, file types are not noted).

But (after reading your post here: Using Assets in Draw from Creative Cloud) if I'm understanding you correctly, it's not possible to create a .svg in Photoshop, drag it into a Capture library and have it show up in your Capture library in Draw so you can use it there.

Is that what you're hoping/wanting to do?

Sue.

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