How to download my own footage from my Adobe Stock Contributor Account

Nov 04, 2018

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I would like to know where under my Adobe Stock Contributor settings I can download my own video clips I sell on Adobe Stock. (For example, when I am working remotely and I need access to a video clip I sell on Adobe Stock.) Obviously I don't want to have to pay for my own footage I sell on Adobe Stock. I know other stock footage sites offer this convenient feature. I am hoping it is also possible for contributors on Adobe Stock, however, I am not seeing where I can download my own footage.

Thanks!

I'm sorry for the inconvenience but Adobe Stock does not provide this service.

-Mat

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How to download my own footage from my Adobe Stock Contributor Account

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I would like to know where under my Adobe Stock Contributor settings I can download my own video clips I sell on Adobe Stock. (For example, when I am working remotely and I need access to a video clip I sell on Adobe Stock.) Obviously I don't want to have to pay for my own footage I sell on Adobe Stock. I know other stock footage sites offer this convenient feature. I am hoping it is also possible for contributors on Adobe Stock, however, I am not seeing where I can download my own footage.

Thanks!

I'm sorry for the inconvenience but Adobe Stock does not provide this service.

-Mat

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I also would like to know this. I had a computer crash and lost some of the photos I sell on adobe stock.

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Nov 06, 2018

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chriss57530880  wrote

I had a computer crash and lost some of the photos

That's why it is important to backup your data. Even if you would now "buy" your own images, they would not be the same as your originals.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Yes, agreed. I buy two drives at a time. All files RAW and JPG are backed up onto both drives separately. That way if one goes down, I've got the backup. I buy at Costco so if (when) a drive fails they will refund it without question and provide me with a replacement.

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I'm sorry for the inconvenience but Adobe Stock does not provide this service.

-Mat

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