I used a preview form Stock for layout, and then after downloading the licensed high res image it turned out the image was just interpolated and looks almost similar to the preview, leaving it unusable. In fact, blurring from the preview softens the already interpolated original.
I contacted support and the person said there is nothing they can do. Is this for real? Image attached shows "highres" on left, "preview" on the right half.
could you please post the number of the object here? Or the link to the object. Then @Contributor1 could take a look and respond accordingly.
The reaction of support is not normal. I suppose that @WendellaBee would like to look into that. Support can't for sure correct the asset, if it is erroneous, but they can check this or submit this for further consideration to the corresponding internal team. The support person probably didn't understand your problem.
thank you for looking after this issue. The number of the asset is: 302399784
I purchased an extended license / 8 credits on it.
It looks to me, that the artist has combined 2 assets, one a high resolution, good quality picture (mostly to the left) and a bad quality picture, to the right.
I'm convinced that @Contributor1 can confirm your findings, but for a refund, you need to contact Adobe customer care. I would wait for Contributor1 to jump in here and use that reaction to support your case with Adobe customer care.
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Hello, I've verified the issue and granted you 8 replacement credits. I'll send the asset to the content team for review. Thank you for the report and sorry for the problem with the asset.
Thanks a lot! BR Andre