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FULL ACDSee V9.0 Photo Manager
* import, display and batch convert photos and videos
acdsee photo manager helps you import, display, batch convert and burn photos and videos from a variety of formats. you can add captions, date, place and keywords to images and create photo galleries.
acdsee photo manager v9.0 is a freeware photo manager program that helps you organize and preserve your photos and videos. it can import, display, batch convert and burn photos and videos as well as add captions, date, place, and keywords to photos and create photo galleries. acdsee photo manager can also help you create photo calendars, print them, and add them to photo frames. it supports avchd and hdv video formats. in addition to image and video conversion, acdsee photo manager can convert image files to other image formats, such as bmp, gif, jpeg, pcx, png, psd, and tiff.
the full acdsee v9.0 photo manager is a proprietary visual application that can organize and display large volumes of digital images and other digital data. it provides all the features available in the acdsee v9.0 software.
acdsee v9.0 brings a range of new features to the product. the new features include:
first-time acdsee users and users running the previous version of the product will find themselves in a new user interface. the user interface remains the same, but the layout has been changed and new features have been added to make the experience more streamlined. the new features include:
Note: After taking this test, I found out that I couldn’t easily review my own test photos using Sony’s Manage pane and and IPTC data, because the IPTC data I entered had apparently been corrupted.
The RAW conversion tool built into “Adobe Digital Darkroom 3” is a piece of junk. There are some things that it can do well, but the whole program is so dull and hideous that you might as well stick with ACDSee. Even if the functionality of the program were great, the interface is so bad that it wouldnt be worth using anyway. Adobe and Adobe’s development team need to be embarrassed.
I am seeking a simple, easy to use photo manager, and ACT will work perfectly for my needs. I do like the fact that it can edit or change certain aspects of your jpg images, but I am far more concerned with the raw jpg files. I need to be able to edit or change them if at all possible, but I want to be able to create them directly or simply find them on my hard drive. I also have a set of digital cameras that capture jpgs, and ACT doesnt seem to be able to adjust them. It will, however, let me browse the folders I have created. I don’t have a lot, so this is less than ideal.
I have used SmugMug for a couple of years now. I have a photo management package through SmugMug called uPhotos, and it is so customizable. It can do everything from editing RAW files, to creating digital negatives, to organising your photos by categories. Its a great program.
I have recently started using SmugMug.com. I use their basic photo tool and it is wonderful. I recommend it to everyone I meet. I haven’t tried their photo editor, so I don’t know what they’re like. There is no editing function built in to it, but if you are happy to go online and edit them, that’s fine.