AEM 6.4.2 provides users the ability to search, preview, save and license Adobe Stock assets directly from AEM. Organizations can now integrate their Adobe Stock Enterprise plan with AEM Assets to make sure that licensed assets are now broadly available for their creative and marketing projects, with the powerful asset management capabilities of AEM.
Adobe Stock and AEM Assets integration allow content authors and marketers to easily license and use stock assets for creative or marketing purposes. You can perform a Stock asset search either using Omni Search, by adding the location filter as Adobe Stock or by navigating through AEM Assets main navigation and clicking on the Search Adobe Stock Coral UI Icon.
AEM 6.4.2 provides users the ability to search, preview, save and license Adobe Stock assets directly from AEM. This video covers quick walkthrough of how to set up Adobe Stocks with AEM Assets using Adobe I/O Console.
For Adobe Stock Cloud service configuration, you must select the PROD Environment and Licensed asset path point to /content/dam. Environment field would be removed in the next AEM release and the licensed asset path is part of an upcoming feature and support for this field will be introduced in the next AEM release.
The integration requires an enterprise Adobe Stock plan and AEM 6.4 with at least Service Pack 2 deployed. For AEM 6.4 service pack details, see these release notes. You would also need admin permissions to Adobe I/O Console, Adobe Admin Console and Adobe Experience Manager to set up the integration.
Create a new cloud service configuration for Adobe Stock under Tools > CLoud Services.
Select the Adobe IMS Configuration created in the above section for your Adobe Stock Cloud configuration
Make sure you select the ENVIRONMENT as PROD. Staging environment is not supported and will be removed in the next release of AEM.
Licensed Asset path can be pointed to any directory under /content/dam. Feature support for this field will be added in the next release of AEM
Select your locale and complete the setup.
You can also add users/groups to your Adobe Stock Cloud service to enable access for specific users or groups.