Download Acdsee Pro 9

Pick a software title...to downgrade to the version you love!


ACDSee 9.0 Change Log

  • Version 9.0.108-en: Vista Certified, Quick View mode, One-click red-eye reduction, Password protected Private Folders,Calendar Events View, Auto Categories, Shadow/Highlight tool.
  • Version 9.0: Password protected Private Folders, ACDSee Quick View mode, ACDSee Showroom - A sleek movable slideshow window.
  • Version 8.0: Quick Search Technology, Burn Basket, Photo Repair Tools,ITPC Metadata, Improved Properties displays, Increased EXIF data collection.
  • With this improved editing tool you don’t even have to click directly on the problem area in order to fix it. Just single-click in the vicinity of the reddened portion of the subject’s eye and ACDSee automatically fixes it. Presto!
  • Bring your photos back to life with the Shadow/Highlight tool.
  • Save photos that you would’ve previously deleted. The Shadow/Highlight tool provides stunningly easy and instantaneous photo correction for poorly exposed photos (photos that are too dark or too bright), without affecting areas of the image that don’t require adjustments. The Shadow/Highlight tool appears in ACDSee’s Edit Mode for easy access.
  • Lock up your special photos with Private folders.
  • Private Folders protect your personal photos in a secure area so only you can view them. If you have photos or files that you want to remain confidential, just move them to a Private Folder, set a password, and ACDSee Photo Manager will keep them under lock and key.
  • Organize your collection with Calendar Events View.
  • The Calendar Events View automatically organizes your photos based on the date they were taken. That means your photos get displayed in an organized event list, which you can personalize with a unique description for each event, like “AutoShow” or “My Summer Fishing Trip”.
  • You can even add thumbnails to dates in your Events View for convenient viewing and browsing of future and past events. The Events View appears as a new display option in the Calendar Pane.
  • Save time and effort with Auto Categories.
  • Auto Categories take the pain out of organizing your photos by doing it for you. When Getting Photos from your camera or storage device, ACDSee Photo Manager now automatically puts your photos into convenient categories based on EXIF camera information, IPTC data, ACD database information, and file properties.
  • This gives you a range of options to search your photos from later on – all without having to rename or sort a single photo on your own. Your shots are automatically sorted from the start, which means less work for you.
  • Show photos right on your desktop with ACDSee Showroom.
  • ACDSee Showroom brings your photo memories right onto the desktop. Set a folder path to your favorite shots, then sit back and watch. A sleek movable widget appears that displays your photos in sequence.
  • With Showroom, photos no longer have to stay buried away in the recesses of your hard drive. Showroom lets you showcase your collection and enjoy it whenever you’re working off the desktop.
  • Make home printing a breeze with Print Layouts.
  • Print Layout reduces the complexity and confusion of printing multiple photos. It gives you a variety of print layout options with helpful wizards that make it easier than ever to print your photos from home. Print multiple 4x6 prints on a single page, or fill an entire page for an 8x10.
  • Organize on the fly with Group By.
  • Group By provides you with a powerful new way to organize your photos. Group By makes it easier for you to view your photos faster and more efficiently by arranging your photos into subsets – allowing you to sort and view your photos in more detailed groupings. You can Group By keywords, size, when the photos where taken, and other commonly used information.
  • Sort photos like a pro with Filter By.
  • Filter By gives you improved sorting and display capabilities, making it easier to show photos that are assigned to particular ratings or categories. Filter By is quick and easy to use – for example just Select Filter By Rating 1 and only the photos in the selected folder(s) assigned to Rating 1 will be displayed.
  • Quickly navigate and display photos with Table of Contents.
  • Table of Contents is a new display that provides you with an easy-to-navigate summary list of groups of photos in a folder. It’s available when using the new Group By feature, and makes it easier and more seamless to find, select, and view the group of photos you’re looking for.

ACDSee 9.0 Screenshots

ACDSee 9 Builds

ACDSee Comments

Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.blog comments powered by Disqus
1939
Comments are closed.