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ACDSee 20.3.611

ACDSee Editor's Review

Manage and edit your digital photo collection with this awesome tool!

With the holidays fast approaching, people are going to be taking a LOT of digital pictures. With my digital SLR, its easy, and not uncommon for me to take well over 300 pictures at a family gathering. After that, it's usually transfer, convert and tweak...the first two are easy. The last one, however, can be a bit of a problem as finding the right tools to tweak pictures the way you want isn't always easy. That's why I'm glad I've got ACDSee Photo Manager. It's an awesome digital photo manager and editor, and its available for Windows.

ACDSee 14 is the ideal photo editor and photo manager for your PC, with all the features you need to organize your photo collection. You can edit and add effects to your images, and share your photos online. You can quickly find and organize your photos, and with its easy-to-use photo editing tools, get a perfect result every time. If you make a mistake, don't worry. Your originals are always preserved, so you can go back and start over if needed.

Getting the best exposure for your shots is often difficult. It's easy to ruin a great shot with too much or too little light. If that happens, don't worry. ACDSee's patented LCE (Lighting and Contrast Enhancement) technology can instantly lighten shadows and reduce highlights in one click; or you can manually adjust individual sliders to fine tune every aspect of your photo. You can change the tonal range, white balance, and color balance of your photos with its easy-to-use adjustment tools.

You can unleash your creativity with its cool special effects and then share your images through e-mail, social media or your own personal space on ACDSeeOnline.com. You can showcase images in an attractive, advertising-free photo sharing interface and easily manage your online images. To insure that only the "right" people see your shots, ACDSeeOnline.com employs full privacy control. You can also control resolution settings. You'll have a full 10GB of free storage space for your photo collection.

Pros: A complete photo management solution, easy to use editing tools

Cons: Doesn't integrate well with the Apple Ecosystem, No iPhone or iPad app

Conclusion: This is an awesome app. Its available for both Windows and Mac; but fails to integrate well with the Apple Ecosystem, meaning that it doesn't hook into iTunes, replacing iPhoto as your digital photo manager at the OS level. There is a flash correction application available for iPhone and iPad, but nothing else is available for both devices, leaving a big hole in the iOS world and on the Mac side of things.

However, the editing tools here are awesome, and the application can produce some really great results. If you're looking for a better photo editor than iPhoto and don't mind the lack of ecosystem integration, then this could be a really GREAT tool for you.

What's Required in Version 20.3.611 of ACDSee

Intel® Pentium® III / AMD Athlon processor or equivalent (Intel® Pentium® 4 / AMD Athlon XP or equiv

What's New in Version 20.3.611 of ACDSee

Added RAW support
Added Affinity .afphoto file format thumbnail support
Fixed issue with Polygon tool leaving artifacts after undo
Fixed a reset default option in Tools | Options
Fixed a crash when deleting inside of a zip file
Fixed a crash in Photos Mode related to deleting an orphan file

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