I need to generate a list of all the file names (psd) in my cloud library. I need the list from the cloud as I do not have the entire file set on my local disk.
In windows it is possible to enumerate a folder for all files, a similiar feaure would be neat.
I tried the 'Utility Pack List' package, but as far as I can see (or found out) - it only lists the local files.
I am using PS, AI and the Bridge on both OSX and Win 7.
I am considering using the SDK, but have not yet reached this step.
Any hints apprciated 🙂
I prefer to make a script, so I can extract the psd properties/attributes as well
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When you say "cloud library" what cloud are you talking about? Bridge does not support cloud services beyond Adobe Libraries. You would need to generate a list using the tools native to your cloud service.
I am referring to Adobes Cloud Libraries, which I access through PS or Bridge.
I read an announcement regarding a 'CC Storage API" should be availble during 2019, I but havn't been able to get access nor download it.
It sounds like this could be a solution. Any hints in this respect ?
So do you have files uploaded to Adobe Libraries? These are not regular files on your computer, they are assets which are selectively sync'd across all signed-in machines.
Hm - you might call them assets, I consider them being files (*.psd) which I edit with PS/AI and temporary store on my local disk.
No matter the naming convension, I just need to generate a list of the elements stored in my Adobes Cloud Library.
You can store a lot more than just Photoshop files in Adobe Libraries. Nonetheless, it doesn't appear that there is an easy way to generate an asset list without downloading everything. Go ahead and submit it as a feature request.