Can't add EPS files to Creative Cloud libraries
Illustrator CC v. 22.1
Mac OS High Sierra v. 10.13.4
When attempting to add an EPS file to a Creative Cloud library (click and drag from Mac finder to open library panel in Illustrator), the library panel indicates that I am "adding multiple files" and when I release the mouse button I get the error message that "bulk uploads are not supported in this file format" (see screenshot attached).
Currently, it seems the only workaround we have is to place the vector artwork inside an InDesign document, and then drag and drop into the library from there. However, my organization uses EPS files as part of our regular production work flow, and it would be very helpful if we could add these to our libraries directly from our Finder window.
Same Issue here, I really need eps, so I could change the icon colour without go back to illustrator
I was surprised about this non-support of EPS as well until I dug a little further and found out Adobe thinks of EPS as an obsolete format. I guess I've been at this design game for so long that I thought this was still the standard for logos and other placed vector art.
What is the new best-practice for handing off vector logos that work with the broadest range of apps and uses in the publishing/printing world these days then? PDF or .ai? I usually create SVG formats as well but have had weird anomalies with that format so don't trust it entirely.
Just changed the extension from .eps to .ai, works most of the time, if it is a logo or something simple. If you have linked objects within the eps or something more then this won't work.
This is a much needed option for designers!
Alvaro Gabriel Collazos commented
Same situation... Behaves the same way in Windows 10. Any workaround?