ACDSee lets you take full control of your photo collection from start to finish; it helps you import them to your PC from various sources, organize them in folders, fix any that need repair, add a few special filters and effects and finally share them in a variety of ways.
The new version of ACDSee has improved its interface design, making it even easier to use. You still have a tree-like folder structure on the left side and the contents of the selected folder displayed on the main area, but there are now four tabs on top of the window: Manage, View, Edit and Online.
Each one of these tabs in ACDSee serves a different purpose: Manage lets you browse and organize your images in an intuitive file explorer; View is the perfect tool to view your images in full screen; Edit includes a bunch of tools to repair and optimize your photos; and finally Online lets you share your photos by uploading them to ACDSee’s image hosting service, ACDSeeOnline.com.
Something I especially liked about ACDSee is its set of creative tools. You can easily create a slideshow, a contact sheet, a photo CD, a video DVD or an HTML album with your photos to share them with family and friends.
ACDSee is a feature-rich photo suite that includes everything you need to manage, organize, fix and share your pics. On the downside, it may feel a bit overwhelming for beginners
ACDSee: a classic photo manager that never falls short of expectation.
- Added Map view and Geotagging
- Custom Metadata
- New effects and color labels