batch processing?

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Dec 02, 2016

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Most of our video shoots are uploaded to several stock footage sites.  To make things easier we put all the metadata into a .csv file for every shoot...this allows us to batch-process videos much faster. 

From what I can tell there is no way to do this on Adobe stock.  Am I missing something?

I realize we have already been discussing your request outside of the forum. I wanted to share this information for anyone that may have the same question and is checking this thread for information.

Adobe Stock & Fotolia are offering a mail-in option for hard drives with video content. We know it can take quite a bit of time to transfer large amount of data over a FTP connection, and we want to make it as easy as possible to submit your video content to us.

If you are an existing videographer who has at least 500 HD (or better) clips that are ready for submission, email us at stockvid@adobe.com to arrange to have a hard drive sent to one of our office locations. Please include your location, the amount of content you have (number of clips and size in GB), your existing Adobe Stock or Fotolia account information and the category your content falls under (Lifestyle, Nature, Business, etc.)

Requirements for hard drive submissions:

    500 or more clips

    HD 1080 or 4k frame size

    Files must comply with our video specifications

    Have appropriate metadata embedded into each clip or a single CSV file with all necessary information that matches with the number of videos being submitted.

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batch processing?

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Most of our video shoots are uploaded to several stock footage sites.  To make things easier we put all the metadata into a .csv file for every shoot...this allows us to batch-process videos much faster. 

From what I can tell there is no way to do this on Adobe stock.  Am I missing something?

I realize we have already been discussing your request outside of the forum. I wanted to share this information for anyone that may have the same question and is checking this thread for information.

Adobe Stock & Fotolia are offering a mail-in option for hard drives with video content. We know it can take quite a bit of time to transfer large amount of data over a FTP connection, and we want to make it as easy as possible to submit your video content to us.

If you are an existing videographer who has at least 500 HD (or better) clips that are ready for submission, email us at stockvid@adobe.com to arrange to have a hard drive sent to one of our office locations. Please include your location, the amount of content you have (number of clips and size in GB), your existing Adobe Stock or Fotolia account information and the category your content falls under (Lifestyle, Nature, Business, etc.)

Requirements for hard drive submissions:

    500 or more clips

    HD 1080 or 4k frame size

    Files must comply with our video specifications

    Have appropriate metadata embedded into each clip or a single CSV file with all necessary information that matches with the number of videos being submitted.

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I realize we have already been discussing your request outside of the forum. I wanted to share this information for anyone that may have the same question and is checking this thread for information.

Adobe Stock & Fotolia are offering a mail-in option for hard drives with video content. We know it can take quite a bit of time to transfer large amount of data over a FTP connection, and we want to make it as easy as possible to submit your video content to us.

If you are an existing videographer who has at least 500 HD (or better) clips that are ready for submission, email us at stockvid@adobe.com to arrange to have a hard drive sent to one of our office locations. Please include your location, the amount of content you have (number of clips and size in GB), your existing Adobe Stock or Fotolia account information and the category your content falls under (Lifestyle, Nature, Business, etc.)

Requirements for hard drive submissions:

    500 or more clips

    HD 1080 or 4k frame size

    Files must comply with our video specifications

    Have appropriate metadata embedded into each clip or a single CSV file with all necessary information that matches with the number of videos being submitted.

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