Filter artwork cmyk vs rgb

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Hello..... is there a way to filter out vector artwork designed in CMYK VS RGB modes?

While we don't yet have filter that distinguish CMYK & RGB, I would like to suggest you to download preview file of vector you like and check to see if preview is built for the type you wanted.  This way, you won't have to go thru hassle of licensing unwanted vector files.  Preview will show whether the file is CMYK & RGB - meantime, I will discuss type of filter with product owner in coming days.

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Filter artwork cmyk vs rgb

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Hello..... is there a way to filter out vector artwork designed in CMYK VS RGB modes?

While we don't yet have filter that distinguish CMYK & RGB, I would like to suggest you to download preview file of vector you like and check to see if preview is built for the type you wanted.  This way, you won't have to go thru hassle of licensing unwanted vector files.  Preview will show whether the file is CMYK & RGB - meantime, I will discuss type of filter with product owner in coming days.

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Hi Peter,

Thanks for reaching out to the Stock community.

Would you mind letting us know the file format you have and the application which you are using to get this result so that we can further assist you?

Regards,

Twarita

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I make signs for a living.

I have many products digitally printed in CMYK.

When I have purchase art from Adobe and other sites in the past

I generally do not have any issues. But most recently some vector art

purchased

from Adobe Stock are vectors designed in RGB. The color shifts when

converted

to CMYK can be drastic, therefore I would prefer to filter out any art work

designed

in RGB so that I can have predictable results and that I do not waste my

money.

Thanks in advance,

Peter.

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I am not looking for info on how to convert files.

As stated previously, I digitally print banners and signs.

I am designing and printing files in CMYK.

I would like to know: When searching and choosing artwork from

Adobe Stock's website, is there a button or filter to indicate that I would

like

vector files that I choose and view that are designed in CMYK?

I am not interested in files that are designed to be viewed on the web in

RGB.

Thank You, Peter.

i

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While we don't yet have filter that distinguish CMYK & RGB, I would like to suggest you to download preview file of vector you like and check to see if preview is built for the type you wanted.  This way, you won't have to go thru hassle of licensing unwanted vector files.  Preview will show whether the file is CMYK & RGB - meantime, I will discuss type of filter with product owner in coming days.

Thank you,

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Great, thank you for the suggestion.

I think it would be a great thing to have when searching for artwork

to license is to be able to select art for print or art for web.

Thank You, Peter.

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