Adobe Firefly AI Users Will Require Credit Starting November 1, 2023


Adobe Firefly was made public last week allowing this generative artificial intelligence (AI) to generate background images based on text, add missing images in photos, automatically colorize images and more on Adobe products such as Photoshop and Illustrator. Adobe has already announced the credit system will be applied but on the day of launch the information is less clear.

They finally published an FAQ page that explains usage and the amount of credit each customer receives. First of all one credit is required to use Generative Fill, Generative Expand, Text to image and Generative Recolor features. Each image has a size limit of up to 2000×2000 pixels. Adobe will provide support for larger sized images in the future but the amount of credit used is still being fine-tuned.

The amount of monthly credits received by Adobe plan customers is as below. All credits will be set at the beginning of each month. In software such as Photoshop and Illustrator, the Firefly feature can be used only once a day after the monthly credit is exhausted. For complete terms and conditions please go to the link below. Monthly credit amount

Creative Cloud Individual   

Monthly Credit Plan

Creative Cloud All Apps 1,000

Creative Cloud Single App

Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Animate, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Stock, Photography 1TB 500

Creative Cloud Single AppCreative Cloud Photography 20GB:

Customers before November 1, 2023 250

Customers after November 1, 2023 100

Creative Cloud Single AppLightroom 100

Creative Cloud Single App

InCopy, Substance 3D Collection, Substance 3D Texturing, Acrobat Pro 25

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