Installation for Adobe Enterprise Users

Now that the user has been authenticated into the proper team or enterprise account, the user will now have to select the correct profile from the User Profile drop down menu.


This selection is necessary as a user can be part of multiple organizations that each has different asset pooling and profiles.




This guide is aimed at helping Adobe Enterprise users to get access to their Substance Source downloads.



If you are an Adobe Enterprise customer and you have questions that are not answered in this doc please contact the Adobe Enterprise support here.


If you are an individual user and have questions on Substance 3D Assets, please create a topic on the Substance 3D Assets section of the forum and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Entitlement


Enterprise users can be entitled to the Substance 3D Collection through the Admin Console.

The Substance 3D Collections is comprised of the Substance Desktop Applications plus access to 100 Assets / Month / License seat from Substance 3D Assets.

The screenshot of the Admin Console shows cards for both the Substance 3D Collection and the Substance 3D – Unlimited Assets Licenses.

Delegation

Substance 3D Collection


The Substance 3D Collection is comprised of the Substance Desktop Applications plus access to 100 Assets / Month / License seat from Substance 3D Assets.

In the Admin Console, an organization admin can assign a user to one of the licenses.

Once a user is assigned a license, access to the 100 Substance 3D assets per month will be automatically delegated to the assigned user.


Substance 3D - Unlimited Assets


For the Substance 3D - Unlimited Assets product, any user that has been added to the org automatically has access. There is no need to specifically delegate a license to a specific user. All users in an org are auto-delegated.


In the Admin Console, an admin can view all of the users in an organization.


In this screenshot of an organization’s user, the Substance 3D – Unlimited Assets icon next to the user’s account indicates that the user has been auto-delegated this license.


This auto-delegation for Substance 3D – Unlimited Assets assumes that the user in the org has some other type of Adobe entitlement. If the user you wish to have access to Substance 3D – Unlimited Assets does not have any other Adobe entitlement, please refer to the “Adding Entitlement using CCE Free” section at the bottom of this document.

Access

To access the Substance 3D Assets provided with the license delegation, a user must go to the Substance 3D Assets website.

Login Process

To access the entitled assets, a delegated user must login to the Substance 3D Assets web portal.


Once the user has selected the Login functionality in the upper right hand portion of the navigation bar of the web portal, the Login Screen will appear.

Adobe users need to select the “Login with Adobe” widget.




Once the user has properly entered their Adobe credentials and been authenticated, the user will be asked to “Select An Account


To access the assets of an enterprise organization, the user should choose the “Company or School Account” option.


This will place the user into the entitled Enterprise Account for the organization.

ORG Selection

Now that the user has been authenticated into the proper enterprise account, the user will now have to select the correct profile from the User Profile drop down menu.

This selection is necessary as a user can be part of multiple organizations that each has different asset pooling and profiles.

From this menu, select the organization profile that the user wishes to display.


Once selected, the user navigation bar should now properly display the pooled number of available assets for the profile.

Pooling

Substance 3D Collection:

For users entitled to the Substance 3D Collection, assets are pooled across the organization.

This number of pooled assets is based upon the number of licenses of the Substance 3D Collection.

For example, if an organization has 15 Licenses to the Substance 3D Collection which provides 100 Assets per month per license, then the number of pooled assets for the organization will be 1500 per month (15 licenses * 100 assets / month / license).

  • All entitled users in the org have access to pull from the total number of pooled assets.
  • The number of available pooled assets is displayed in the upper right hand portion of the navigation bar.
  • Since the Substance 3D Collection provides licensed customers with 100 Assets per month, each organization will receive an additional pool of assets per month based upon the number of licenses.
  • The number of pooled assets is accumulative. They do not expire. Each month of the subscription, the amount of pooled assets will grow based upon the number of licenses and the previous month’s available assets will rollover.

In this screenshot, the number 1500 pts indicates the available pool of assets that can be downloaded by the organization. As assets are downloaded, the pool is decremented.


Usage

To view the assets that an organization has downloaded, an organization user can access the “Organization Assets” selection in the user navigation bar at the upper right hand corner of the web portal.

This will display to the user the assets that all the users in the organization have downloaded.

In the Organization Assets view, the user can also choose to display “Assets I Bought” or “Assets Others Bought

Statistics

To view the number of available assets for an organization, an entitled user must login to the Substance Source web portal, where the number of available pooled assets is displayed in the navigation bar.

Usage statistics are not available in the Admin Console at this time.


User Entitlement with CCE Free

 

To enable general Adobe entitlement for users in an organization, the organization admin can simply entitle the user with the Creative Cloud for Enterprise – Free (CCE Free) offer.

This will ensure that the proper accounts are created for the user to access Substance Source – Unlimited Assets as a member of an enterprise organization. This is only necessary for the case where the user does not have any other type of Adobe entitlement.

In the Admin Console, the enterprise organization administrator can accept the Creative Cloud for Enterprise – Free (CCE Free) offer.

Once accepted, the organization admin can assign CCE Free to any member of their organization.