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I'm interested in credit packs and within the Adobe FAQ it states "Different assets have different credit costs, which are clearly stated in the search results."
I'm logged in, searching through the adobe stock library but I do not see any "credits" associated with any of my search results. How can I determine the credit-cost per image?
After chatting with Adobe support for 50 minutes, they were finally able to tell me that 1 image = 1 credit for standard license. Extended license is 10 credits per image. I don't know if this is accurate since the search results still don't seem to show this data (perhaps I'm just overlooking it?).
I'd still like to get a definitive answer from Adobe on this.
You will only see credits if you have enough credits purchased. The information provided by our support team is a good guideline for number of credits required.
This is counterituitive to purchasing credits – how many credits should we purchase?
If the system can't show us until we purchase them, how does that help inform us of how many to purchase in the first place?
This should, at the very least, be updated in the FAQ to reflect what you are saying is a good guideline for number of credits required.
1 Credit usually equals $10 for purchase, so if you're buying an extended license for 79.99, you'll have to spend 8 credits and for a premium image costing $500 = 50 credits.