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This option enables you to send your ad to someone else for upload. The bundle file can then be opened and someone else can continue to work on it.

Note: The ad can only be bundled once all the requirements are met. For example, if a default image is missing, you will not be able to bundle the ad until you have added the default image.

Procedure

  1. Open the ad you are bundling for upload.
  2. From the Ad menu, select Bundle Ad for Upload.
  3. In the Bundle File Location field, click and select a location for your bundle.
  4. Click Bundle for Upload.
    All the ad’s assets are saved to a file (*.ebs) with the same name as the ad.
    The Progress bar indicates when the bundle is created and ready for upload. A text box contains a summary of your newly created bundled ad, which includes the bundle location and bundle size.
  5. Click Open Bundle Location.
    The folder containing the bundled ad is opened containing the .ebs file.
    You may now send the .ebs file to someone else for upload.

You can use the Bundle Ad Source Files option, when you want to send your ad completely set-up to someone else. A file is created that includes your entire ad, including its assets, custom interactions, default image, etc. This can be useful when you want someone else to review your ad or make changes. Let's say you are leaving on vacation and you need a colleague to help you with your ad while you are away. All you have to do is bundle the ad's source files and send it to your colleague. If any changes need to be made while you are gone, they can open the ad using the Open Existing Ad option, make the changes and then bundle the ad again and send it back to you.

Note: The ad can only be bundled once all the requirements are met. For example, if a default image is missing, you will not be able to bundle the ad until you have added the default image.

To bundle the ad's source files:

  1. Open the ad you are bundling.
  2. Go to Ad > Bundle Ad Source Files.
  3. Select the location where the source files are saved.
    Note: By default, it is the same location where all the other ad files are saved.
    An .ebc file is created containing all the ad’s files (FLA videos, video files, ActionScript files, font files, ad setting files, etc. ).
    The collection (.ebc file) location and size appears.
  4. Click Open Collection Location.
    A folder containing all your file assets appears.
  5. Select the .ebc file.
  6. Copy the file and then paste it to a shared location.
    Another user can now access the .ebc file and continue to work on the ad.

 

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