door ACD Systems International
Wie gebruikt deze software?
ACDSee has everything you need to manage and perfect your images. Carry out digital asset management and all the essential tasks of your photography workflow in one complete, fast solution.
Gemiddelde scores33 beoordelingen
- In totaal 4.5 / 5
- Gebruiksgemak 4.5 / 5
- Klantenservice 4.5 / 5
- Functies 4.5 / 5
- Waar voor je geld 4.5 / 5
- Beginprijs US$ 59,99/eenmalig
- Gratis versie Nee
- Gratis proefversie Ja
Geïnstalleerd - Mac
Geïnstalleerd - Windows
- ACD Systems International
- Opgericht in 1993
Over ACDSee Pro
Lightweight. Speedy. Powerful. These are just a few of the countless qualities ACDSee Photo Studio Professional 2019 supplies in order to give your image development a competitive, professional edge. Bring out the best in your images with a huge RAW editing and digital asset management toolset designed to streamline your process.
Functies van ACDSee Pro
- Aanpasbare branding
- Assets delen
- Mobiele app
- Rapportage en analyse
- Maatschappelijk delen
- Ondersteuning voor HD-resolutie
- Opdelen en samenvoegen
- Video vastleggen
De nuttigste reviews van ACDSee Pro
Beoordeeld op 10-1-2019
Could not operate without ACDSee Pro
I am a pro photographer with 40 years of full-time experience. ACDSee is what I use to input all of my digital images, then edit them down to my best picks to show my clients. It is easier to use than Lightroom, faster, less convoluted, and allows a more streamlined process (no clunky "adding to library" step as in Lightroom.)
I also use the batch capabilities a lot, for renaming, converting file formats, and resizing.
Wow. ACDSee Pro, is as important to me as a professional photographer as Photoshop is.
It allows me to edit hundreds of images quickly and easily, like no other software out there, and quick editing is the key to my success. I know a of of photographers use Lightroom, but they are missing out on a much better piece of software.
I love being able to put two or more similar images side-by-side on one screen to quickly choose the best, and drop the others. In the end, I turn my work around faster than any of my competitors, at least according to my clients.
Minpunten: Over all of the years I have been an ACDSee user, it has gotten a little bloated, trying to do it all. I use Photoshop to make most of my actual crops and adjustments. ACDSee is where I decide which are the very best selections to keep and work with.
Beoordeeld op 24-7-2018
Overall Good Program to Have in Your Photography Workflow
Opmerkingen: We use it for some very important elements in our digital workflow. Sorting images by story line from multiple cameras, selecting images for an online gallery, even using it to rename the images.
Pluspunten: We use this program primarily for sorting and renaming huge quantities of files from multiple cameras. We shoot upwards of 100 weddings a year and this program is a life-saver. We have to take the images from two cameras, sort them so they tell the same story and then rename all the files once they are ordered. This program saves us! Other programs can do this, but the ACDSee platform is the easiest. We also go through and select the images we want to provide in a public online gallery for the Bride and Groom's family and friends. This makes it really easy to go through the images and select the ones we want included. Again, other programs can do this but this has been the easiest we have found.
Minpunten: For the most part it is easy to use. Learning to navigate yet another panel in another program is frustrating when you haven't learned how the designers think, but for the most part that's not a flaw in design, just operator error.
Beoordeeld op 17-12-2018
ACDSee Pro is the image viewer and manager that you've been looking for
Pluspunten: I've been various versions of ACDSee all the way back to version 2. Nothing works with as many file formats so easily and quickly. ACDSee operates in two different modes, quick and full. The quick version is what I use mostly just for looking at images. The full version includes all the image editing and sorting details that you might need. Best of all, ACDSee just works - it's fast and does what it says it does without trying to throw the kitchen sink at you at the same time.
Minpunten: Far too often I end up in the full manager version when I'm trying to get into quick viewer. Also, I really don't want ACDSee to try to display videos, but it does if it comes across them in a folder and you're scrolling through them.
Beoordeeld op 17-10-2018
ACDSee: Photographer's best friend
Pluspunten: I have been using ACDSee from the times of DOS based version. It has been most go-to tool for viewing, organizing tool for my memories. As I developed passion for photography, it became my best friend. Over years, ACDSee viewer also became editor/enhancer and all-in-one solution for photo editing. I like it simplicity and ease of use. You can edit/enhance your images easily if you are novice computer user. Supports for wide array for file formats including RAW, effortless organizing, one-click editing are plus of ACDSee. This is must have software if you like keeping your memories organized.
Minpunten: None, its just get better and better. Though pricing could be more affordable.
Beoordeeld op 17-7-2018
User from the first versions of the program
Alirio rubén R.
Pluspunten: This software started as a simple image viewer, with more options than what Microsoft presented in its portfolio of products at the end of the 90s. Right now presents the opportunity to categorize, sort, process, copy, print, retouch, as main functions, our images, either individually or in batches. It is also an excellent visualizer of our catalog of images, allowing the change of some values from the first sight.
Minpunten: I think that the program, with the passing of the years, has lost a bit of its personality and its graphical interface tries to copy the look and feel of Adobe Lightroom. It is a tool that can be used by amateur or media photographers, but it is not the most recommended for professional photographers or who handle a large volume of images. At some time I wanted to include cutting marks and it was impossible. I do not know if they have evolved in this aspect.