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Move a file from the Library to Creative Cloud Assets folder

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Dec 29, 2015

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Hi! I installed Adobe Capture in my mobile phone, created a vector image just to test how it works. It's saved on the Library. Now I want to download the file on my computer to edit it but I can't move the file from the Library to my Creative Cloud Assets folder. How can I do it? Thanks!

I had to delete the assets from the Muse pages, place them again then add them to the CC Library.

New workflow here: Now when I produce assets using Ps and/or Ai I make sure to add them to a CC library before trying to use them in Muse.

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Move a file from the Library to Creative Cloud Assets folder

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Hi! I installed Adobe Capture in my mobile phone, created a vector image just to test how it works. It's saved on the Library. Now I want to download the file on my computer to edit it but I can't move the file from the Library to my Creative Cloud Assets folder. How can I do it? Thanks!

I had to delete the assets from the Muse pages, place them again then add them to the CC Library.

New workflow here: Now when I produce assets using Ps and/or Ai I make sure to add them to a CC library before trying to use them in Muse.

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alejandramarin - You might have figured this out already. You need to place library elements into a an Adobe desktop product document. So you could place this Adobe Capture element into Photoshop or Illustrator. The saved file can then be placed into your Creative Cloud Files folder.

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Jan 25, 2017

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Ken G. Rice wrote:

alejandramarin - You might have figured this out already. You need to place library elements into a an Adobe desktop product document. So you could place this Adobe Capture element into Photoshop or Illustrator. The saved file can then be placed into your Creative Cloud Files folder.

How does one do this?

Thanks,

Claire

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May 03, 2017

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I was prompted to relink an asset using Muse. I noticed I could relink from CC library. Issue is, the asset was stored in a folder on my pc. I tried every trick I could think of to move assets from folders into the CC library. NO luck. So I added the assets from Muse into the CC Library. Tried to relink from that library - - NO go.

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The Items were NOT 'created within Muse". I simply added them to the library FROM within Muse.

Sure would be nice to be able to simply drag-n-drop from pc folder directly into a CC library folder.

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May 11, 2017

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Hi Neox99,

I haven't heard of this exact limitation before but it sounds like a Muse specific requirement. You might want to post about it too in the Muse forum too to see if they have any recommendations for workarounds or alternative workflows.

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- Dave

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May 12, 2017

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I had to delete the assets from the Muse pages, place them again then add them to the CC Library.

New workflow here: Now when I produce assets using Ps and/or Ai I make sure to add them to a CC library before trying to use them in Muse.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 25, 2017

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Hi Claire,

If you select the same Library it was saved to from Capture in the Library panel within Illustrator in should be there in the graphics section and you can just drag it over into your document.

Capture.jpg

This might help too: https://helpx.adobe.com/mobile-apps/how-to/capture-shapes-illustrator.html

Capture shapes to use in Illustrator | Adobe Creative Cloud Mobile Apps Tutorials

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- Dave

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