ACDSee has released a free beta version of Gemstone, their new multi document interface editing software
VICTORIA, BC (June 30, 2021) – Today, ACD Systems International launches a free beta version of Gemstone, their new standalone Multi-Document Interface (MDI) with a layered editor and up-to-date RAW support. Starting with today’s free beta release, ACDSee aims to gain the photography community’s feedback and support, before launching the product this fall.
“We are expecting tens of thousands of users to try Gemstone and provide input. Gemstone is complete with a multi-document interface, a layered editor, and RAW support. We are excited to share what we have built so far, and what is to come.” -Frank Lin COO & CTO
Beta testing will begin on June 30, 2021. Photographers are encouraged to provide feedback on any of the features.
Top New Features:
- Full RAW development support: Built-in RAW image support for over 500 camera models.
- MDI interface: Have multiple documents open at once as well as easily providing a split view.
- Full layered editor: Achieve complex adjustments and effects and go back to tweak them at any time.
ACDSee has a loyal following for its Photo Studio products. Gemstone pairs perfectly with ACDSee Photo Studio Home 2021 and its superior Digital Asset Manager. ACDSee has incorporated some of their most loved features from Photo Studio into Gemstone, including:
- Light EQ™
- Frequency Separation
- Path text
- Pixel Targeting
- Color Wheels
- Tone wheels
- Liquify Tool,
- and more
The free beta version is available here.