Acdsee v19 Build 405 (x86/x64) | 209 Mb
Trusted digital asset management paired with photo editing essentials, ACDSee 19 allows users to execute the fundamental elements of their photography workflow with ease and speed. With more tools than ever to help you organize your photos, view them in a chronological context, high DPI support, and all the sharing resources you need, ACDSee 19 is perfect for the practical amateur. ACDSee 19 is the efficiency-driven solution for your growing photo collection.
Quickly access standard and custom color options with the new Color Picker window. Choose background and foreground colors in the palette, and get exactly the one you want by hue, saturation, and luminosity values, or by RGB values. You can even store colors as favorites to streamline your design project.
A Finer (White) Balance
Accurately tweak the color temperature of your photos in the Edit mode White Balance tool. Harmonize red and green casts in your image with the Tint slider.
New Pressure-Active Brush
Expertly adjust the sensitivity of the brush with the new pressure setting. Use different stress strengths for different areas of your image. Combine this with the nib width and feathering slider for completely nuanced brushing, available with a wide variety of effects.
Conveniently take care of all your cloud-related tasks right from Manage mode. Upload images to and download from ACDSee 365, organize, control privacy settings, and share with your family, friends, and the world with ACDSee SeeDrive.
Your Harmonious Folder Structure
ACDSee smoothly displays your folder tree in the same style as your OS, which means zero confusion.
Get Right to it
There's no need to import your photos into a separate library. Browse your collection right away. Sort by date, event, edited state, or other criteria in real time.
Classify files by camera and EXIF information, and edit IPTC metadata as you go. Customize the Metadata tab to display only the details that matter to you.
No More Hide and Seek
Enter keywords, search only specific folders, narrow it down by your camera's file information, or find that one specific image with the Quick Search bar. Build detailed searches and save them for ongoing use. You can even filter for photos that don't have keywords assigned to them.