Migrate from Photoshop & LightroomYoko Zarry2022-09-10T15:55:46+00:00
MIGRATING FROM PHOTOSHOP™ & LIGHTROOM™
ACDSee has made it easy to move your photo editing and management workflow from Adobe® software. Here’s how:
Direct-to-HDD (no photo importing)
Unlike Lightroom™, ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate, Photo Studio Professional, and Photo Studio Home do not require users to import photo collections. ACDSee operates off of its user’s hard-drive, which means that when you open up the software for the first time, you can simply navigate to your photography collection and begin your workflow.
This also translates to RAW edits in Develop mode. In ACDSee when you make changes to an image, they are saved as an XMP file in the edited file’s native location on your hard-drive.
A common question that we get asked is if ACDSee can open DNG files. DNGs are a RAW container format created by Adobe®. You can open and edit DNG files in ACDSee.
For more information about RAW files in ACDSee, visit the following links:
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate, Photo Studio Professional, and Photo Studio Home also support importing face data from Lightroom™.
Import face data from Lightroom™ and save the effort of renaming everyone in your images. Facial Recognition will then find any matching faces in your ACDSee database. For more specific instructions about importing Lightroom™ face data, watch the video or visit the link below: