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Import items into AE from Shared Cloud Library

New Here ,
Mar 20, 2018 Mar 20, 2018

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Hi all,

I am trying to mimic the process of importing items into the project pane in AE, but instead of pulling from a location on the user's computer, I'd like to be able to pull a select number of items from a shared Adobe CC Library that I've created, which would be shared with the user. I can't for the life of me figure out how to call the path to the shared cloud library.

In a nutshell, I'd like the user to be able to select a category, and then comb the library for all items that fit in that category, and import them into the project pane, at which point I'll sort them into various comps.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I've submitted this question to CreativeCow and GitHub and received crickets.

Thank you!

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To import items into Adobe After Effects (AE) from a Shared Cloud Library, follow these steps, ensuring you understand the terms often used by realtors:

  1. Open After Effects: Launch Adobe After Effects on your computer.
  2. Access Libraries Panel: Navigate to the 'Libraries' panel, which is typically located on the right side of the workspace. If it’s not visible, go to 'Window' > 'Libraries' to open it.
  3. Sign In: Make sure you are signed in to your Adobe Creative Cloud account.
  4. Shared Libraries: In the Libraries panel, you’ll find the 'Shared Libraries' section. These are the libraries shared with you by colleagues or collaborators.
  5. Select Library: Click on the desired shared library that contains the assets you need.
  6. Browse Assets: Browse through the available assets in the shared library, such as graphics, images, and videos relevant to your project.
  7. Import Assets: To import an asset, drag and drop it directly from the library into your AE project panel or composition.
  8. Real Estate Graphics: For real estate projects, ensure you include relevant graphics like property images, floor plans, and location maps.
  9. Text Elements: Import text elements that include key realtor phrases such as "For Sale," "Open House," "New Listing," and "Sold."
  10. Customize: Customize these elements within AE to match your project’s style, adjusting colors, sizes, and positions as necessary.
  11. Update Library: Any changes made to assets in the shared library will automatically update for all users who have access, ensuring consistency.
  12. Collaboration: Use comments and notes within the library to communicate with your team about specific needs or adjustments related to the real estate content.

By following these steps, you can efficiently incorporate shared assets into your After Effects projects, ensuring you have the right realtor-specific graphics and texts for a professional presentation.

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