Adobe Asset Migration
Before you begin
- Know your account ID (Adobe ID or Federated ID)
Graduating students will receive an email with their account ID.
- Download your Lightroom images (applies to Federated ID accounts only)
Lightroom images will not be migrated automatically. You are required to make a local backup of the images, and enable the Save all original images setting at the specified location in the local storage environment. For details, see Set preferences.
Federated ID accounts
1 Asset migration for graduating students
Go to the Student Asset Migration Portal: graduation.adobe.com to migrate your content from your school account to your new personal account.
2 To begin, click 'Get Started'
3 Provide consent to migrate your assets, then click 'Continue'
4 Sign up for a new personal Adobe account
The new personal account is a Creative Cloud Free membership, with 2GB of storage and a very limited selection of apps. The migration process is for new accounts only, Adobe cannot transfer assets to existing accounts. Learn more about Creative Cloud Free Memberships here.
5 Verify your identity
Specify the verification code for your new personal account email address
6 After your email address is verified, click 'Continue' to proceed.
7 Click 'Start Process' to initiate the transfer.
A message notifies that the migration has started.
8 Close the notification.
After the migration completes, a confirmation email is sent to your personal account.
9 Open the email, and click 'View your personal account' to sign in.
Adobe ID accounts
1 Asset transfer for graduating students
To begin, go to the Adobe website and click 'Sign in'.
2 Enter your existing CCA email address and password
Then click 'Continue'.
3 In the upper-right corner, click the user name and choose 'My Information'
4 Change the email address and click 'Save my changes'.
After the email address associated with the account is changed, all assets will remain with the account.
Note: You cannot change the Adobe ID to an email address that is already associated with another Adobe ID.