Check out some of the latest ACDSee tools designed to help you manage, perfect and present your images. Manage all of your digital image assets, achieve stunning results, stay organized, and save time with these exciting new features!

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Adjustment Layers

Adjust each layer individually, re-order layers, change their mask, opacity, and blend modes at any time. With a number of lighting, color, special effects, clarity, skin tuning, vignetting, sharpening, blurring, and noise removal adjustment layers added, you are well-equipped to fearlessly innovate.

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ACDSee Actions

Save your precious time on repetitive tasks with ACDSee Actions. Record every step you make in Edit mode and apply them to other images, essentially recreating an entire editing process with a single click. Preview the results your recordings would have on any image before applying. Export your recordings to as many files as you like in an array of file types.

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Skin Tune

Forget the painstaking color targeting and precision repair work. All you need now is the Skin Tune tool, which targets skin tones so you don't have to. You can use the Skin Tune tool to even skin tone, restore glow, and smooth away blemishes and flaws without a lot of messing around. No makeup. No expense. No hassle.

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Dehaze

When dust, smoke, vapor, or other particles becloud the clarity of your image, look to the Dehaze tool to restore contrast, detail, and lost color. Particularly prevalent in the sky, a haze can take the focus away from your subject and overshadow fine detail. Give your images clear skies, and your subjects the spotlight they deserve.

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Photos Mode

Experience the entirety of your photo collection by date. Gain new perspective on your memories by browsing it by year, month, or day. Conveniently locate your place in giant collections thanks to pop-up dates showing you exactly where you are in time.

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Raw Update

ACDSee now adds another 33 camera models to its lengthy list of supported RAW file formats, including 12 coveted Fuji X-Trans models.