Developed specifically for the pro photographer, ACDSee Pro is designed to streamline the workflow, while incorporating the speed and organizational capabilities of ACDSee software to view, process, edit, organize, catalog, publish, and archive photo collections.
Key features of Pro include:
??"??"? advanced workflow functionality;
??"??"? customization of keyboard shortcuts and workspace layouts;
??"??"? support for more than 100 file formats,including DNG and the latest RAW formats;
??"??"? RAW processing to control white balance, exposure, sharpness, and noise;
??"??"? photo tagging to sort photos;
??"??"? lens-correction tools;
??"??"? batch editing including watermarking and copyright overlay;
??"??"? batch IPTC metadata editing; and
??"??"? color management and support for ICC and ICM profiles.
Its user interface is customizable and provides quick access to tools and features. In addition, ACDSee Pro can be integrated into an Adobe Photoshop CS2 workflow.corACDSee Pro offers RAW support for more than 30 cameras, including the Canon EOS 400D and Rebel XTi, Sony DSLR-A100, Nikon D80 and D21Xs, Pentax K100D and K110D, and Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50.
Price: $129.99; upgrade pricing is available from ACD Systems.
In addition, ACD Systems has introduced ACDSee 9 for photo enthusiasts and hobbyists. Key features include its Photo Editor and Photo Manager. Photo Editor allows easy photo editing of images, as well as creative editing tools. Photo Manager offers quick viewing, organization,automatic categorization, and quick search tools. Price: $79.99.
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