Getting Started with Zoom for Creators
This guide helps you get started with Zoom apps on the desktop. As prerequisites to this guide, we assume:
- Your administrator has completed the Zoom server deployment.
- Your media manager has completed the Zoom repository configuration for your workflows.
- You have login credentials to sign-in to Zoom.
Before you begin
About the various desktop applications
Zoom Desktop app
This is the desktop app most creatives will start working with. It is designed with a simple UX that covers most of the day-to-day creative workflows such as ingesting files, renaming or moving folders, previewing assets, checking-out versions, and collaborating using review and markup tools.
Adobe CC Plugins
Designed with each Adobe CC creative app in mind, Zoom’s plugins enable you to never leave the Adobe CC app and perform all the major functions from within the creative app itself. You can perform actions like syncing changes, creating new projects from templates, linking with assets, switching proxies, exporting finished projects, and review and commenting on projects.
This is the advanced version of the Desktop app. Power users and media managers will use this application frequently. It facilitates many advanced operations including bulk metadata editing, search based report generation, digital right management, archive management.