SZCZERZO KŁY brought up a great idea, however, I want to add to it.
Why do you even need to convert it to
.svg? If Amazon counts any
.svg extension file as an image, why not just use a command to suffix all files with
.svg as their file type.
Run this comand in local directory with all your ai files (Windows):
ren *.ai *.ai.svg
They won't function as an SVG, but you are just using this as a backup, if you ever need it you can fetch those files and remove the
This would also avoid the problem of losing Illustrators edit ability by actually saving it as an SVG, since you are just switching the file extension without actually changing anything.
If you need to find all your
.ai files since they are scattered around your computer, you can use a program like Everything (which indexes your entire drive for fast search) and enter
*.ai into search field to find all local
Then through everything just drag and drop (while holding down Ctrl) to copy them to a new folder (can be off program on desktop).
Note, you can do this with
You can also reverse the above command if you downloaded a bunch of files and need them to be editable.
ren *.ai.svg *.ai