The Cl HUB adapter for Webdam provides a connection with Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office 365. By giving you access to the assets stored in your asset bank-directly in the programs you use-it removes interruptions in creation workflows; reducing processes and increasing consistency.
Whether you’re creating or updating designs or documents, the adapter maintains Webdam as your central source of truth and ensures you always use approved assets from your asset library.
Now you can spend more time creating and less time clicking, searching, and movi ng between apps.
Less process, more creativity, better design. The Cl HUB Adapter for Webdam removes interruptions from your creative workflow by providing access to your creative assets, stored in your asset bank, directly in Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office 365.
– Access your Webdam assets from within Adobe CC: lnDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, lnCopy, and Premiere Pro
– Access your Webdam assets from within Microsoft 365: Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
– Link and relink your assets in Adobe lnDesign
– Search folders, lightboxes, metadata and keywords to find the right assets
– Links are updated in Adobe when new versions are added to Bynder
To use the CI HUB Connector to connect to one of the offered third party systems, you may need a login/user account with the selected system. The availability and/or the right to connect to the third-party system is not part of the CI HUB Connector or the CI HUB Services. To use the third party system there may be additional cost and/or agreements with the provider of the third party system needed. CI HUB reserves the right to remove third party system from the list of avail. systems or add new third party systems at any time and without notice. To use CI HUB Connector, a full connection to the Internet is required at all times.
One connection to replace them all.
License is valid for one person on up to 3 computers. Based on 12 month upfront payment. The VAT may apply.
All information, prices, and data were last verified in January 2021. To report any incorrect or outdated information, please get in touch with us.