We started using cloud document storage earlier this week and are planning on incorporating it into our workflow for our team. I was preparing some art elements to share among the team, and tried uploading an EPS file. I got a "Filetype(s) not supported - Upload a PSD or AI to try again."
Why in the world can I not upload an EPS file?? It doesn't make sense. If we can only upload AI and PSD files than I guess we will be using Dropbox oe Box instead...
i had no trouble using photoshop to create an eps file and save it to document cloud.
Dragging an EPS file from the Finder into Cloud Documents (in the Creative Cloud app) gives me this error:
it looks like saving an eps file from an adobe program saves as a program file (eg, psd, aic) and when i try to do what you're trying, i see the same problem.
Oddly enough, I can copy an EPS into the "Sync Folder" (as Adobe calls it) that is in my Documents folder (this folder is named Creative Cloud Files). Apparently I was just doing it wrong.
For what it's worth, I haven't used EPS files professionally for years. It's a zombie file type.
Good point. We have a lot of legacy files. But, we also sometimes work with vendors that require EPS files.