I used to be able to use Bridge/Output to create basic websites that had thumbnails of all the selected images. It would even upload them directly to my server. I used this to preview images for clients.
It appears that Bridge no longer offers the ability to create these preview websites. Did the feature get removed or am I just missing it somewhere else in the software?
If it is gone- can anyone suggest another way of previewing images online for clients?
Thanks for any info!
Yes, I'm sorry but that feature was removed a long time ago. For a short period of time you could install it but it was no longer supported. At this point you cannot install it either.
I'm aware that there are 3rd party applications that can do this but any that I might find by doing a google search but I cannot recommend any of them as I've not had any experience with any of them. What I can point out to look for is that they have html5 capabilities, NOT Flash as Flash is dead and no longer supported.
Sorry, best I can do.
Thanks Gary- thats what I was afraid of. I've been using an old copy of Photoshop on my computer to do this for the past couple of years, but it has stopped working for some reason now. ;(
I export to PDF for this.
Then just email the client the pdf? How many do you do per page?
I use them on an ftp server to show image previews.