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In the dialog, click the Help button or press F1 on the keyboard to open the help topic about that feature.
To open the What's New:
On the menu bar, click Help | What's New.
Using the Quick Start Guide
The Quick Start Guide contains a set of links on the left side that you can click to get a tour of the main features in ACDSee 12 or set some important preferences.
To close the Quick Start:
Uncheck the Always show at start-up option in the bottom left corner of the dialog box.
To re-open the Quick Start Guide:
On the Menu bar, click Help | Quick Start Guide.
To use the Quick Start Guide for quick access to more information:
Click the links on the left side of the Quick Start Guide or the Next button for a high-level tour.
To set preferences:
1. 2. 3. Click Default start folder to select which folder to open at start-up. Click Display theme to select a window display theme. Click Backup reminder and set reminders to backup your database.
Finding other resources and support
The Help menu on the ACDSee 12 menu bar contains links to open plug-in help files and options that link you to the ACDSee Web site, where you can find tutorials, user guides, video demos, updates, newsletters, and system requirements. Other links take you to the support page, to the registration page or the community home page, where you can join the community and participate in the ACDSee forums. The Help menu is also where you can convert a trial version of ACDSee 12 to a full version by entering a license code.
To find plug-in help:
Click Help | Plug-in Help, and then select the name of the plug-in help file.
To enter a license code:
1. 2. Click Help | Enter License Code. Enter a license code and click OK.
To purchase ACDSee products:
1. 2. Click Help | Purchase ACDSee. Select Order Online or Order by Phone to place your order.
To find training and documentation resources:
Click Help | Product Support and Resources to learn what you can do with ACDSee 12.
To open the Customer Support page:
Click Help | Customer Support to find the help and resources you need.
To register ACDSee 12:
Importing photos from a device
The Import From dialog box gives you multiple options for importing your files from cameras, card readers, flash drives, and other mass storage devices. If you want to simply import files with a few clicks, you can. Or you can select from several options to streamline your workflow and perform multiple tasks with each import. In the Import From dialog box, you can view the thumbnails of the files on the device by their date or file type. You can change the size of the thumbnails to make it easier to select those you want to import or leave on the device, and then view only those you have selected. You can also choose the destination folder or subfolders for the files, create a backup set of files as you import, and rename the files during the import process, automatically rotating them if your camera has this option. Advanced settings give you options to change the date you want to use, and where to place RAW and JPEG files if your camera creates both file formats. You can even organize your files as you import by adding categories, and database information like keywords, captions, author, and EXIF or IPTC data. Then you can save all these settings as a preset to use or adapt later. If your camera connects to the computer as a removable drive, you can also simply copy photos directly from the File List and Folders pane because ACDSee 12 detects and displays the removable device in the Folders pane. If you are not sure how your camera connects to your computer, please see About removable devices in Importing files with ACDSee 12. Some cameras, for example, Canon, use Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) to communicate with a computer. Some scanners use TWAIN to connect to a computer. If your devices use these protocols, you can import by clicking From Device or From Scanner on the File | Import menu. ACDSee 12 automatically detects these protocols.
To download photos using the Import From dialog box:
1. 2. Connect your camera or device to the computer. Make sure your camera is turned on, and the cable is properly connected to your computer. Do one of the following: If the Device Detector is on and detects the device, when the ACDSee Device Detector dialog box opens, select Import files and then OK. If you have more than one device connected to your computer, select the device you want to use from the list, and then click OK. In Manage mode, click File | Import | From Device. Press ALT + G on the keyboard. 3. 4. 5. In the Import From dialog box, select from the import options as described below. Click Import. To browse your imported photos, click Yes when the Import Complete dialog box displays.
1. 2. In the Favorites pane, right-click the Favorites folder, or a folder you previously created, and then select New | Folder. Type the name of the folder and press Enter. If you move a file or a folder that is a favorite, you break the link and the favorite no longer works.
Deleting a shortcut or folder
You can delete a shortcut or folder from within the Favorites pane.
To delete a shortcut or folder:
In the Favorites pane, right-click the shortcut or folder, click Delete, and then click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the shortcut or folder.
Using the Organize pane
The Organize pane is one of the most useful panes in Manage mode as it provides so many tools for organizing and managing your files. Without moving files from their folders, you can create your own hierarchy of categories, and assign files to them by dragging the files into the new categories. Your categories can be simple or complex and follow use any names that make sense to you. There are different icons to use for different categories sets to help you identify them at a glance.
You can also assign ratings to your files from 1-5, use the Auto Categories to find files, create and run saved searches, display all the images on the computer in one click or display only those that are not yet in a category.
The ACDSee 12 database
Any organizing you do using categories or ratings (on the Organize pane or the Properties pane) is stored in the ACDSee 12 database. If you choose to, you can then also embed this information in each individual file, making it easier to relocate and share files, or retrieve the information from the file if you need to.
You can select different views to display your files in the File List pane, including thumbnail previews and file details. You can also customize the appearance and size of thumbnails, and specify the information displayed in the Details view. Views Thumbs+Details Filmstrip Thumbnails Tiles Icons List Details Displays file names and details in a list, and adds a thumbnail preview to the Filename column. Displays thumbnail previews of your files in a single row across the bottom of the File List pane, and displays the currently selected file in an expanded Preview pane. Displays thumbnail previews of all image and media files in the File List pane. You can customize the appearance of thumbnails, and specify what information to display with them. Displays each file in the File List pane on a "tile" that includes a thumbnail preview and file information. You can resize the tiles using the Zoom slider. Displays files in a list, represented by large default system icons for each file type. Displays a list of file names and extensions. Displays a list of file names and details about each file, such as size, format, and creation date. You can customize the appearance of the Details view mode, as explained below, and specify what information it displays.
Delete Remove Tag
Deletes the image from your hard drive. Removes the image from the Comparison List. Tags the image so that it will remain selected when you close the Compare Images tool.
Gathering images in the Image Basket
You can use the Image Basket to gather and hold images and media files from different locations or folders. Once you have placed items in the Image Basket, you can use any of the tools or features in ACDSee 12 to edit, share, or view those files.
To use the Image Basket:
1. 2. 3. 4. To open the Image Basket, in Manage mode, click View | Image Basket. In the File List pane, select the files you want to add. Drag the items to the Image Basket, or right-click a selected item and select Add to Image Basket. To remove one or more files, right-click the file, and then select Remove from Image Basket. To remove all files, right-click the Image Basket, and then select Clear Image Basket.
You can also add images to the Image Basket by dragging them from Windows Explorer.
Organizing and managing files in ACDSee 12
In addition to its browsing, viewing, and editing capabilities, ACDSee 12 features integrated management tools you can use to organize and sort your images and media files. These tools include batch functions (tools that can alter or adjust multiple files at the same time), category and rating systems, and a powerful database to hold all of your important image information. You can use the ACDSee 12 batch functions to rename, resize, rotate, add EXIF information, and adjust the exposure of a single image, a group of images, or the contents of an entire folder all at once. With the category and rating systems, you can create a virtual folder structure, and use it to find related images and media files with a single click. ACDSee 12 displays file properties and image information in an easily accessible Properties pane that you can use to directly add and edit file information, including metadata and database content. You can add an author, description, notes, and keywords to your files, and adjust the category and rating assignments at the same time.
Organizing with the Organize pane
The Organize pane is one of the most useful panes in ACDSee 12 as it provides so many ways to organize, sort, group, search for, and manage your files.
Categories are an easy way to organize your files into groups or hierarchies that make sense to you. When you assign a file to a category, you do not move the file from its folder or create an extra copy. Your categories can be simple or complex and use any names you choose. There are different icons to use for different categories to help you identify them at a glance. Once your files are in categories, you can search, sort, group, and find them by category. One way to assign files to a category is to select and drag one or more files from the file list and drop them onto the category. Any file that is assigned to a category has a blue tab above its thumbnail in the File List. A file can belong to multiple categories, but it will only have one blue tab. You can also use the Database tab on the Properties pane to assign multiple files to multiple categories with a few clicks.
When you create a new top-level category, you can select an icon to help identify the category. The Icon drop-down only appears if the Show Icons check box is selected on the Organize page of the Options dialog box. In Manage mode, click Tools | Options, and then select Organize.
To manage your categories:
Select a category in the Organize pane, and do one of the following: To move the category, drag it to the new location. To edit the category, right-click the selected category and select Edit Category. To delete the category, right-click the selected category and select Delete.
Assigning categories and ratings
You can assign files to a rating, or one or more categories, without moving the file or making an extra copy.
To assign files to a category or rating:
1. In Manage mode, select the files you want to categorize, and then do one of the following: Select the files you want to categorize or rate, and then click the check box or radio button next to the category or rating. Drag the selected files to a category or rating in the Organize pane. Drag the category or rating to the selected files. Right-click, and then click Set Categories and click the category in the fly out, or click Set Rating and click the rating. 2. In View mode, do one of the following: Click Edit | Set Categories and then click the category to which you want to assign the file. Right-click the file, click Set Categories, and then click the category to which you want to assign the file. Click Edit | Set Rating and then click the rating to which you want to assign the file. Right-click the file, click Set Rating, and then click the rating to which you want to assign the file. On the status bar, click the rating icon, and then click a new rating. This icon only appears once a rating is set. 3. If you are comparing images and want to categorize them, do one of the following: Right-click one of the files, click Set Categories, and then click the category to which you want to assign the file. Right-click one of the files, click Set Rating, and then click the rating to which you want to assign the file.
To assign files to categories or ratings on the Properties pane:
1. 2. 3. If the Properties pane is not visible in Manage mode, open it by clicking View | Properties. On the Properties pane, select the Database tab to bring it to the front of the tabs. In the File List pane, select the files you want to assign a category or rating.
Chapter 3: Manage mode 4. 5. Under Categories at the bottom of the pane, select the check box of any category you want to assign to the selected files. Click the rating you want these files to have.
Removing files from categories or ratings
You can remove a file from a category or rating without moving or deleting the original file, or affecting any other files assigned to that classification.
To remove files from a category or rating:
1. 2. In the File List pane, select the files you want to remove. Do one of the following: Right-click a selected file, and then click Set Rating | Clear Rating. Right-click a selected file, click Set Categories, and then click the name of the category from which you want to remove the file, or to remove all categories, click Uncategorize All Selected Items. Clear a check box for a category or a radio button for a rating in the Organize pane. Right-click a category or rating in the Organize pane, and then click Remove Items.
Using the Properties pane
The Properties pane displays all the database information about your files. It also displays file properties, such as file size, creation date, and read-only or hidden status, EXIF and IPTC metadata that your camera adds to your files. You can use the Properties pane to add, change, or delete database information, and edit the metadata for image and media files.
To open the Properties pane:
In Manage mode or View mode, click View | Properties. The Properties pane is located by default on the right side of your screen in both Manage mode and View mode.
Properties pane areas
The Properties pane has these tabs: Database, File, EXIF, and IPTC.
Caption Date/Time Author Rating Tagged Notes Keywords Organize Type a brief description of the file to store in the database. Specify the date and time you want to associate with the file and store in the database. Type the name of the author or photographer that you want to store with the file in the database. Select a file or multiple files in the File List, and then click a rating to apply to the file(s). You can use the rating to sort and search for files in the database. Select the check box to tag the file. Type any descriptive or additional text you want to store with the file in the database. You can add up to 4,095 characters of free-form text. Type any keywords you want to associate with the file, or click the Keyword Picker button to choose from the Master Keyword List. Separate multiple keywords with a comma. Select the check box next to any category or categories to which you want to assign the file. To create a new category, right-click the Categories field and select New Category. You can select multiple photos in the File List and assign them to multiple categories in this way.
Removing IPTC keywords and supplemental categories
You can remove an image's IPTC keywords and supplemental categories from the ACDSee 12 database.
To remove IPTC keywords and supplemental categories:
1. 2. In Manage mode, select the image. If the Properties pane is not already displayed, click View | Properties to display it.
ACDSee 12 User Guide 3. To ensure that the image is writable, do the following: Select the File tab and check to see if there is a check mark in Read only. If there is a check mark the image is not writable. Click Read only to make the file writable. 4. 5. 6. Select the IPTC tab. Click the Keyword Picker button beside the Keywords field or the Supplemental Categories Picker button beside the Supplemental Categories field. Select the keyword or supplemental category that you want to remove from the Assigned values box. (To select more than one keyword or supplemental category press and hold the CTRL key while selecting the keywords and supplemental categories with your cursor.) 7. 8. Click Remove. Click OK.
Changing the date and time properties of images
You can use the Batch Adjust Time Stamp tool to change the date and time properties of one or more images in Manage mode or in View mode.
To change the date and time properties of a file:
1. Do one of the following: In Manage mode, select one or more images, and then click Tools | Batch | Adjust Time Stamp. In View mode, click Tools | Modify | Adjust Image Time Stamp. 2. On the Choose time stamp to change page, do the following: On the Date to Change tab, select the file property that you want to change. On the Advanced Options tab, select the options for the Adjust Image Time Stamp tool described below. Click Next to continue. 3. On the Choose new time stamp page, select one of the following options: Use different date and time: Replaces the selected date and time with another time stamp property from the same file. Select the file property you want to use from the Select date and time drop-down list. Use specific date and time: Changes the selected time stamp in each file to a specific date and time. Type the new date and time for the time stamp in the Date and Time fields. Shift to a new starting date and time: Replaces the earliest time stamp with a date and time you specify, and shifts all later time stamps ahead accordingly. Specify the time stamp for the earliest file in the Date and Time fields. Shift date and time by a specific number: Shifts all the time stamps either forwards or backwards by a specific number of hours (to adjust for time zones). Select either Shift forward or Shift backward, and type a number into the Hours, Minutes, and Seconds spin boxes. 4. 5. Click Adjust Time Stamp to begin adjusting your files. When the wizard is finished, click Done to return to ACDSee 12.
Searches for all items containing both the search term before and after the operator. Those items that only contain one of the terms, are excluded. The Quick Search bar treats spaces between words as + operators.
Searches for all items containing one or the other of the search elements.
Using the Search pane
You can use the Search pane to search for your files and folders. You can do basic searching by file name or keyword phrase, and create advanced searches to narrow your results by folders, categories, and image properties. You can also search for patterns in file names and find duplicate files. You can also save a search and give it a name. Saved searches are listed on the Search pane and the Organize pane. On the Search pane, can select Saved searches from the drop-down list to run again. On the Organize pane, Saved Searches are listed below Auto Categories where you can run them again by clicking once on the Saved Search name. The Search pane will not return results for folders that are not cataloged in the ACDSee 12 database. Cataloging happens automatically when you browse to a folder. You can also click Tools | Database | Catalog Files.
To open the Search pane:
In Manage mode, click View | Search.
Search pane areas
The Search pane contains several areas to help you manager your searches. When you create a search, remember that the search tool will only return files that match all of the criteria that you specify. Saved searches In the Saved searches area, you can save a complex search to use later, select a search to run again, or delete a saved search. Saved searches If you have saved a search, it is listed in this drop-down list for you to select and run again. When you click Start at the bottom of the pane, the search results are listed in the File List pane. Saved searches are also listed on the Organize pane, from where you can run them with a single click on the Saved Search name. Save a search Click the Save icon, and then Save or Save As to save or overwrite a saved search. When the Saved Search dialog opens, type in a name for the search. If you use a descriptive name, it makes it easier to remember the criteria in your saved search. Select a search from the drop-down list and then click the Delete icon. Click Yes to confirm the deletion, when the prompt opens.
Delete a search
Backing up your database
You can use the ACD Database Backup Wizard to back up all of your database information, which you can then restore in the case of a system failure or other event. You can also choose to back up your image, media, or archive files along with the relevant database information. The Database Backup Wizard creates a series of files in a specified location that contain your entire database. The backup is generated using your folder structure and is unique to your computer. To back up portions of your database, or to share database information with another ACDSee 12 user, use the ACD Database Export Wizard. For some suggestions about managing your database backups, see Database backup tips and strategies.
To back up your database information:
1. 2. In Manage mode, click Tools | Database | Back Up Database. On the Welcome page, select whether you would like to create a new backup, or append an existing backup. Click Next. If you choose to update an existing backup, please go to step #5. 3. On the New Backup page, select the information you would like to back up. Click Next.
Chapter 3: Manage mode 4. 5. On the Backup Location page, click Browse and specify a location for your backup, and type a name for the backup file. Click Next. On the Backup Summary page, review your settings. If you chose to update an existing backup, click the Backup to update drop-down list, and then select the existing backup. Click Next.
Backup information options Do not include thumbnails Include thumbnails for offline files Include thumbnails Backup files of type Excludes thumbnails from the backup, saving a substantial amount of storage space on your disc or hard drive. Includes only thumbnails for files that do not reside on your hard drive, such as PhotoDiscs. Includes all thumbnails in the database. This will require more space on your hard drive or disc to store the backup. Backs up the specified file types with the database information. Select from the following file types: Image: Includes image files in the backup. Media: Includes audio and video files in the backup. Archive: Includes archive files in the backup. All files of specified types on your local hard drives All files of specified types on local and network hard drives All files of specified types in a folder Backs up all specified files on your hard drive. Backs up all specified files on your hard drive and network drives. Backs up all specified files in a specified folder. Click the Browse button and select the folder to back up.
To set an image as the desktop wallpaper:
1. Do one of the following: In Manage mode, select an image, and then click Tools | Set Wallpaper. In View mode, click Tools | Set Wallpaper. 2. Select one of the following: Centered: Places the image in the center of the screen. If the image is larger than the screen, it is shrunk to fit. Tiled: Places the image in a tiled pattern that fills the entire desktop. Stretched: Stretches the image to fit the screen. The selected image is saved as ACD Wallpaper.bmp in the Windows folder. ACDSee 12 automatically changes the wallpaper settings in the Control Panel Display properties to display the image.
To automatically stretch wallpapered images to fit the screen:
1. 2. 3. 4. Click Tools | Options. In the Options dialog box, click General. On the General page, select the Automatically stretch wallpaper to fit screen check box. Click OK.
To display the previous wallpaper:
Viewing and using brush files
You can view brush files in Manage mode just like fonts or other files. This means that you can assign ratings or organize them just like any other file in ACDSee 12. Because many.abr files are actually groups of images in one file, you need to open them in View mode to see the individual images. This icon indicates an.abr brush file in ACDSee 12.
To view brush files:
In Manage mode, navigate to the folder containing your brush files. To see just the top image in any.abr file, hover over the thumbnail to activate the pop-up, or click it to see the image in the Preview pane. To view the other images in the.abr file, double-click it to open it in View mode. The file opens in View mode showing the individual images in a pane on the left-hand side. To see the number of images, and select them by number, click the down-arrow at the top of the sidebar, and then select the number of the image. To scroll through the images, click the right and left arrows at the top of the sidebar, or on each image.
To use brush files in Adobe Photoshop:
With both Adobe Photoshop and ACDSee 12 open, drag the file from the File List (in Manage mode) onto the Photoshop window. Even though nothing appears to happen, the brush is loaded into the Photoshop brush library. To view the new brushes, open the library and scroll to the bottom of the pane. To make it even easier to use brushes in Photoshop, you can configure it to be your default editor. Then you can use CTRL + E to open Photoshop and use the brush right away.
Playing video and audio files
You can play video or audio files in many formats in ACDSee 12. You can control playback volume and appearance, select parts of a media file to play or save, and create an image from a video frame.
To play video or audio files:
Activates when you click either the Drop shadow or Raised check boxes. Click and drag the glow on the ball to reposition the imaginary light source for the 3D effect of the Drop shadow or Raised edge effects.
Adding your own textures or edges
It is possible to add custom textures and edges to the libraries in the Borders tool. If you make your own edges or textures, or own a collection from the Internet, you can add them to the texture and edge libraries. You can also delete existing files from the libraries to make room for others. The textures or edges have to be in the following file formats with these extensions: BMP EMF GIF JPG GIF PNG TIF
The textures are tiled, so they should be images that can be tiled seamlessly. The files are used at their full resolution, not scaled up or down. For example, if your texture image is 100 x 100 pixels and you are creating a bordered image that is 1000 x 1000 pixels, then your texture file will be tiled 10 times. If you use a texture file that is 1000 x 1000 pixels, then there would just be the one texture tile for the whole border.
To add your own textures to the texture library:
1. 2. In ACDSee 12, close the Borders tool if it is open. In Manage mode, copy and paste your texture files into this folder: C:\Program Files\Common Files\ACD Systems\borders\textures
Chapter 5: Edit mode 3. 4. 5. In Manage mode, select the image you want to use and then click Tools | Edit. In the Add group, click Borders. Select the Texture radio button and then click the arrow on the right side of the texture box to open the texture library. Thumbnails of the textures display for you to select.
Edge files are grayscale images that are resized to fit the image. The image file shows through any areas in the edge file that are white, and does not show through any black areas. Pixels that are tones of gray in the edge file show through with relative opacity depending on how close the pixels are to black or white (in other words, the darker the gray pixel, the less it shows through).
To add your own edges to the edges library:
1. 2. In ACDSee 12, close the Borders tool if it is open. In Manage mode, copy and paste your edge files into this folder: C:\Program Files\Common Files\ACD Systems\borders\edges 3. 4. 5. In Manage mode, select the image you want to use and then click Tools | Edit. In the Add group, click Borders. Select the Irregular radio button and then click the arrow on the right side of the edge box to open the edge library. Thumbnails of the edges display for you to select. If you open an image with borders already applied, another border will be applied to the image.
Dauber options Intensity Frequency Background color Specifies the amount of color applied with each daub. Specifies the number of daubs added to the image. Specifies the background color of the filtered image. Select the Image check box to use the original image colors or click the color picker to select a different color. Random Seed Indicates the random placement of the paint daubs. When you apply the Dauber effect to an image, ACDSee 12 places the daubs randomly. This makes the paint daubs different every time you apply the filter. You can define a specific random seed to generate identical daubs. To generate a new random seed, click Random Seed.
Applying an Edge Detect effect
You can use the Edge Detect effect to create a highlighted outline of your image. After creating a black image, the effect uses colored lines to outline the detail of an image where significant color differences exist. Greater differences between colors in the original image produce brighter outline colors. (The Sobel effect is similar to the Edge Detect effect, but produces sharper and brighter outlines.)
To use the Edge Detect effect:
1. 2. 3. In Edit mode, in the Add group, click Special Effect. Click Edge Detect. Do one of the following: Click Done to accept your changes and close the pane. Click Cancel to discard your changes and close the pane.
Applying an Emboss effect
You can use the Emboss effect to add a grayscale relief to an image. You can save your options as a preset for future use.
To emboss an image:
1. 2. 3. 4. In Edit mode, in the Add group, click Special Effect. Click Emboss. On the Emboss tab, set the options as described below. Do one of the following: Click Done to accept your changes and close the pane. Click Cancel to discard your changes and close the pane. Emboss options Elevation Weight Azimuth Specifies the light source's elevation on the image. Lower values produce more shadows and a darker image. Higher values produce fewer shadows and a lighter image. Specifies the amount of relief added to the image. Higher values increase the relief depth. Specifies the angle of shadows that extend from the edges of image details. A value of 0 adds shadows to the left side, while a value of 180 adds shadows to the right side.
PSP Quick-Time RAF RAS RAW RSB SGI TGA TIFF
Paint Shop Pro.qtif,.qif,.qfi Fujifilm RAW Sun Raster Pentax RAW, Leica RAW, Contax RAW, Casio RAW Red Storm image format SGI Image Format Targa TGA Tag Image File Format
Version 5 and version 6 Support for Apple QuickTime still image codecs
Uncompressed and RLE compressed
All sub-types are supported 8-32 bpp; no colormaps; RLE or uncompressed All sub-types supported 1/2/4/8/12/16 bits per sample, 1-4 samples per pixel Bilevel/RGB/Paletted/CMYK/YCrCb/LOGL/LOGLUV; Uncompressed/PackBits/LZW//ThunderScan/ SGILog/CCITT/ZIP/NEXT/New-JPEG (no v6.0 JPEG support) Support for multiple-page documents Kodak RAW TIFF, Canon RAW TIFF
WBMP WMF XBM XPM
Wireless Bitmap Windows Metafile Format X bitmap X pixmap Win 3.x placeable metafiles
Image write support formats BMP GIF IFF JP2 JPEG PCX PNG PSD Windows Bitmap Graphics Interchange Format EA/Amiga Interchange File Format JPEG2000 JPEG JFIF ZSoft Publishers Paintbrush Portable Network Graphics Adobe PhotoShop Document 8 and 24 bpp. Progressive and baseline; adjustable compression factor, subsampling, smoothing and Huffman code optimization 8 and 24 bpp; RLE compressed 1/4/8 bpp colormapped; 24 bpp RGB RGB, grayscale, duotone, paletted and bi-level Lab color interpreted as grayscale only RAS RSB SGI WBMP TGA TIFF Sun Raster Red Storm image format SGI Image Format Wireless Bitmap Targa TGA Tag Image File Format 8 and 24 bpp. RLE and uncompressed, top-down and bottom-up 1/8/24 bits per pixel, single-page; uncompressed, CCITT3, CCITT4, LZW, Deflate (ZIP), and JPEG compression; Adjustable DPI tags Uncompressed and RLE compressed All sub-types supported 8-32 bpp; no colormaps; RLE or uncompressed Windows 1/8/24 bpp Non-interlaced GIF 89a only 1-24 bpp, including HAM and HAM8; multiple pages and animations not supported
Archive formats that ACDSee 12 reads ARJ CAB GZ LHA RAR TAR TGZ UU ZIP ARJ archive CAB archive GZ archive LHA and LZH archives RAR archive TAR archive TGZ archive UU archive ZIP archive ARJ format Microsoft CAB file format Unix GZIP (GnuZIP) Lhd, lz4, lh0, lh1, lh4, lh5, lh6, lh7, Lzh RAR format Unix TAR format TAR format compressed with GZIP UUEncoded files Store and Deflate
Archive formats that ACDSee 12 writes LHA ZIP LHA and LZH archives ZIP archive Lhd, lz4, lh0, lh1, lh4, lh5, lh6, lh7, Lzh ZIP format
ACDSee Photo Manager 12 | Product Sheet
ACDSee Photo Manager 12 is the easy-to-use and lightning-fast photo software with everything individuals and organizations need to view, organize and share their images. Instantly browse and manage existing collections, import new photos, find any image fast, and quickly share through e-mail, prints and online albums.
High value for the dollar: ACDSee 12 provides all the state of the art tools users need for their photos in one easy to use, integrated and affordable application. ACDSee 12 removes the need for multiple applications, including expensive software with high learning curves. Unbelievably fast viewing and browsing: View your digital image assets, from JPEG to RAW, with the fastest image viewing technology available. Speed through thumbnails, review images at full size, or zoom in to examine the details. Find photos fast: Find any photo with powerful tools that allow you to search by folder, keyword, category, file properties and more. Save detailed searches for ongoing use, and run them in one step.
Who needs ACDSee Photo Manager 12?
ACDSee 12 is ideal for organizations and anyone with a need to quickly view, manage, and search through large image collections. ACDSee 12 can be used by amateur photographers, home memory keepers, architects, engineers, law enforcement agencies, and insurance companies to effectively and easily stay on top of their growing collections.
Point-and-shoot cameras, scanners, and printers are complementary products to ACDSee Photo Manager 12, and make for ideal bundles. For DSLR cameras, select ACDSee Pro.
For individuals and organizations looking for even more control over their images, ACDSee Pro is for them. Its advanced features are designed for users who need to process RAW files, batch edit large groups of images, and add IPTC information to multiple images.
Why should someone choose ACDSee Photo Manager 12 over another software tool?
Unlike other photo management applications on the market, ACDSee 12 offers these unique advantages: With more than a 100 photo management and sharing features, ACDSee Photo Manager 12 offers incredible value for the dollar. ACDSee 12 features a simple interface, organized around the key steps of managing, viewing, editing and publishing photos, that is intuitive and easy to use. Users will save time managing photos. With ACDSee 12, users can organize as they import, zoom through photos at full-screen, and quickly publish photos online. Users dont need to waste time importing and exporting files in and out of the application. With ACDSee 12, they have live instant access to folders and images on their system and connected devices. With the flexibility and control offered by ACDSee 12, users can manage their images whatever way works best for them whether that is folders, ratings, categories, metadata, or a combination of these options.
Extensive file support: ACDSee 12 can handle the most complex image libraries. View, manage, and get extensive format support for photos, audio, and video clips including BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, PSD, MP3, MPEG, TIFF, WAV and many others. Browse photos instantly: Unlike other photo applications, theres no need to waste time importing files that are already on the computer, connected devices and networks. Simply open ACDSee 12 to instantly view existing folders and images live, in real time.
Solving Pain Points
What common problems does ACDSee Photo Manager 12 solve?
ACDSee 12 eliminates the need for users to juggle multiple applications in order to perform simple tasks with their photos. ACDSee 12 makes it easy to import, view, adjust and organize photos, and to share them in a variety of ways. Theres no need to use another application when it comes to managing a growing collection of photos. ACDSee 12 helps you avoid a disorganized photo system, saving you time and frustration. Never lose track of another photo again. ACDSee 12 comes with fast and flexible search tools to find any image based on its file properties, metadata, keyword, category, or rating. With ACDSee 12, youll always know where your photos are.
ACDSee Photo Manager 12 is designed to save users time, with features that make it easy to quickly view, organize and share their photos.
ACDSee Photo Manger 12 includes a free* ACDSee Online account with 2 GB of storage space for convenient image hosting and sharing. Additional online storage space is available for purchase.
Intel Pentium III / AMD Athlon processor or equivalent (Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon XP or equivalent recommended) 512 MB RAM (1 GB RAM recommended) 250 MB free hard drive space (1 GB recommended) High Color display adapter at 1024 x 600 resolution (1280 x 1024 recommended) CD/DVD Burner - for creating CDs and DVDs Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (7.0 or higher recommended) TiVo Desktop Software - to publish images to your TiVo Microsoft DirectX 9.0c - for Microsoft DirectX file format support, and to create slide shows and screen savers QuickTime 6.0 - for QuickTime file format support Ghostscript 8.0 - for PDF support Windows Media Player 9.0
* Terms and conditions apply.
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