ACDSee Photo Manager is built around four major features: managing, viewing, editing and sharing.
File management capabilities are important for anyone dealing with a large amount of photos, and this is often the case of home users, too.
The main advantage of ACDSee in this respect is not imposing a one-size-fits-all system; you are allowed to customize your options and organize your photos in the way that works best for you.
Another advantage of ACDSee is the short loading time of photos; you can view your images in less than a second or instantaneously, because the application doesn’t need to import them; you access files from their original location. Among viewing options, ACDSee offers slide shows, reviewing latest images and full-size previewing.
If you choose to edit your photos with ACDSee, you should know that the original is always preserved, which means you can always undo the effects you have applied to your pictures. The main photo corrections you can perform are removing red-eyes, blemishes, adjusting colors, applying artistic filters and frames or borders.
Once you have obtained the best out of your pictures with ACDSee, it’s time to share them online with friends or choose other outputs – printing, burning or emailing, all by using the application’s interface.
ACDSee Photo Manager is a utility recommended to beginner and average users; it is well-organized and it focuses on the main actions you need to perform regarding your photos: viewing, editing, managing and sharing.
Changes in ACDSee Photo Manager 18
- With even more ways to access critical information, accelerate your workflow, and perfect your photos, you’ll be amazed by the results — and the time you save.
- See full changelog here
Even if ACDSee Photo Manager is quite complex, it works fast and error-free, while the interface is intuitive.