I have reduced my original ai file for upload to AdboeStock successive times: 100%, 90%, 80%, 70%, 60%, 50%, and finally to 40% so far, and the size is always rejected.
Each time, I get this notice: "<filename>.ai couldn't be uploaded. Artboard size must be between 15 MP and 68 MP. Go here for instructions on how to resize the artboard.
At 40% of original, the ai file is LESS THAN 10" x 10", and is only 11.5 MB in file size.
Unfortunately, there is NO intelligence on acceptable file size in inches available. Vector is resolution-independent, so we need a maximum size in SQUARE INCHES, rather than MP. All my calculations of MP @ 300dpi are WELL under the limit, but my upload is rejected each time so far, for SIZE.
I need to know the exact size limit for vector uploads in SQUARE INCHES. -- Either that, or it's possible that the vector upload routine is simply BROKEN ... I'm beginning to think the latter is the case.
Thanks for any help.
This is a png of the file which cannot be uploaded, if it matters.
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When you set up your vector file, the artboard needs to be 15MP (megapixel). So start your file with the artboard beeing 5000x3000 px or, if you prefer, 70in x 45in.
Voraussetzungen für das Einreichen von Vektorgrafiken bei Adobe Stock I hope this leads you to the english site.
The missing dpi (for resolution-independent vector) turns out to be around 72! :+)