How do I transfer files between Adobe Photoshop touch and my adobe creative suite applications on my mackintosh computer? I do not want to pay for additional adobe cloud services. In addition I have concerns over the privacy of adobe's cloud for certain images. As a retired plastic surgeon, I have used Photoshop for years to help with public and patient education. Final posted images can have privacy concerns addressed. I do understand that I can transfer a single layer from Photoshop touch back to the computer by mail or camera roll. procreate has a Photoshop export tool.
Where is Photoshop touches export tool? if the only tool is through the additional monthly charges of the cloud, you are alienating loyal Adobe customers.
Michael Bermant, M.D.
retired plastic surgeon
Hi Dr. Bermant,
The process consists of uploading the project to the Cloud from within PS Touch. In the view within PS Touch with all the thumbnails of the various projects there is an option along the top to upload to the Creative Cloud. You sign in with you Adobe ID. On your Mac you can open the Creative Cloud site in a browser at https://creative.adobe.com/. From there you would download the same project you uploaded from the tablet. The last step is to just open project Photoshop. It has to be Photoshop CS5 or later and it requires installing a plug-in in Photoshop first to do so. There are some more instructions here:
Anyone with an Adobe ID gets a 2GB free account. Let me know if you have questions.
Thank you for your help. I have finally figured out and shared my first image. The fear was that I was going to be charged a monthy fee just by using the service. It would be nice if there was a footnote with something to that effect. All I was seeing was the monthy and yearly fees.
Finally found this, boy it was burried.
If you cancel your paid membership you will still have access to the free level of membership, which provides 2GB of storage. You will have a 90-day grace period to delete files to get your cloud storage down to 2GB (or to purchase additional storage separately if you choose). If you leave more than 2GB of files in your cloud storage for more than 90 days, you may lose access to some or all of your files.
Yes, there is a free level of membership for anyone who wants to explore Creative Cloud before committing to a paid membership. To sign up for a free membership, go to www.creativecloud.com and follow the instructions to get started.
The free membership will provide you with access to powerful file syncing and sharing features, 2GB of storage space, free levels of Adobe services, and access to 30-day free trials of all CS6 applications and other Adobe desktop applications, such as Adobe Edge preview and Adobe Muse.
I will now try to figure out the privacy issues next. In the non public folder, who other than myself has access to sensitive photos? Trying to read the leagal documents is quite confusing.
Michael Bermant, M.D.
Retied Plastic Surgeon