Submitting .ai files

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Nov 04, 2017

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I asked this before, but I don't know if I worded it such to get the answer I was seeking.

I followed forum links and made adjustments regarding color management but the result is the same.

My .ai files look great on my monitor. I have the color settings set as North America Web/Internet.

When I upload them to Adobe Stock. They turn extremely dark on my screen, nothing like the jpg or eps.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Perhaps, I wasn't clear my question was about submitting as an 'ai' file, not a jpg.

From the attached original image, why is the color of my 'ai' file darker than jpg or eps? How do I correct this?

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Submitting .ai files

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I asked this before, but I don't know if I worded it such to get the answer I was seeking.

I followed forum links and made adjustments regarding color management but the result is the same.

My .ai files look great on my monitor. I have the color settings set as North America Web/Internet.

When I upload them to Adobe Stock. They turn extremely dark on my screen, nothing like the jpg or eps.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Perhaps, I wasn't clear my question was about submitting as an 'ai' file, not a jpg.

From the attached original image, why is the color of my 'ai' file darker than jpg or eps? How do I correct this?

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Try zipping the AI file in a folder with a 15MP jpg preview (srgb color profile) and uploading the .zip file. That should fix it for you.

-Mat

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Sorry, I'm not following...save as an srbg file. Then put it in its own folder?  How do you submit a  zip folder to Adobe Stock?

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Export the vector as a jpeg file at least 15MP in size using sRGB color profile.

Then add that exported jpeg into a zipped folder with the vector file and upload the zip to Adobe Stock.

Kind regards,

Mat Hayward

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Perhaps, I wasn't clear my question was about submitting as an 'ai' file, not a jpg.

From the attached original image, why is the color of my 'ai' file darker than jpg or eps? How do I correct this?

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I also don't know what you mean by a jpg preview.

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