The Face Detection & Facial Recognition tool will find the humans in your photographs so you can name them for quick searching. ACDSee will immediately learn which names to put to which faces, and suggest possible matches when needed.
Improved Keyword Management
ACDSee now comes pre-loaded with a variety of usable sample quick keyword sets. Export keyword lists and share them with other users. Save countless hours of manual entry by importing established keyword lists.
Improved Duplicate Finder
Find duplicates across a variety of folders and locations. Rename or delete detected duplicates to keep your file collection under control.
Multiple Image Baskets
Create up to five image baskets to gather and hold images and media files from all over your hard drive. Name individual image baskets and use them to easily view, edit, or share their content.
Get files from the team over Dropbox ™ or OneDrive ™ or back up existing work with direct access to cloud sync root drives within Manage mode.
Improved Batch Convert
Convert masses of files into other formats from one convenient, accessible dialog.
Improved Slider Look
Sleek, modern-looking sliders now give you more control over your adjustments.
Adding metadata prompts ACDSee to automatically advance to the next image, allowing you to organize entire folders without moving your hands from the keyboard.
ACDSee Photo Studio is completely customizable. For enhanced workflow efficiency, you can tear off, move, stack, dock, and hide panes and toolbars anywhere you like.
View your entire image collection by date using Photos mode. Cataloged images are displayed by the date they were taken, as indicated in the images’ EXIF data.
Use View mode to simply view your images in a slideshow, pan around large images, play video and audio files, detect faces and assign names, and much more.
Customizable Keyboard Shortcuts in Manage Mode
Whip through your management process with customizable hot keys available for every stage of your workflow.
Add photo locations from anywhere in the world to your photos. You can then recall and view that information for reference at any time. Use the map to select groups of files for further workflow steps, and select photos for display in View mode.
Take full control of your RAW images with built-in support for over 500 camera models.
ACDSee Mobile Sync
Wirelessly and instantly send photos and videos directly to ACDSee Photo Studio from your mobile device. The app is available on iPhone and Android.
Enjoy comprehensive support for all of the most popular image formats. ACDSee also provides comprehensive color management.
Get down to work right away with rapid launching. With quality performance for speedy filter application, ACDSee will get you finished faster.
Support for HEIF
Decode HEIF files – a high efficiency media container format type for images and image sequences – in ACDSee Photo Studio.
Photo Editing Tools
Red Eye Tool
Automatically remove red eyes from the faces in your photos.
Non-destructively smooth away blemishes and flaws without strenuous, targeted color corrections or blending.
Claim your work as your own with adaptable watermarks. Save time by batch applying your watermark to several photos with a single click.
Add a border to your favorite photos. Customize the color, texture, and thickness to suit your shot.
Add a vignette and adjust the size, color, and opacity to perfectly complement the mood of your photo.
Instantly transform your photo with special effects that can turn images into a pencil drawing, collage, Bob Ross-style painting, and many more unique looks.
Use the Tilt-Shift effect to create emphasis on specific subjects in your photos, or make your photos look like miniature landscapes.
Rotate your images at preset or custom angles in Edit mode. You can save your settings as a preset for future use.
Flip your images both vertically and horizontally in Edit mode.
Use the Crop tool to remove unwanted parts of your images, or to reduce the image canvas to a particular size.
Resize your image by adjusting its dimensions in pixels, percentage, or actual/print size. While resizing, you can also choose an aspect ratio and a resampling filter to adjust your resized image’s appearance.
Use the Exposure tool to automatically or manually adjust your image’s exposure, contrast, and fill light. Target specific areas of your image using the Edit Brush or Gradient tool to limit where the exposure adjustment occurs.
Use the Levels tool to precisely adjust the contrast and light levels in your images.
Automatically correct the exposure levels of your images. Auto Levels makes the darkest image pixels darker, and the brightest pixels brighter.
Change the tonal range of your image using the Curves tool. Select the RGB color channel to adjust the entire range of the image, or select a specific color. You can also delete points on the Tone Curve, giving you full control.
Adjust areas in your image that are too dark or too light, without affecting other areas of the photo. You can also simultaneously brighten dark areas that are too dark, and darken areas that are too bright.
Instantly give your photos more warmth or coolness, or use the White Balance tool to remove unwanted hue from your images.
Adjust your image’s color values using the Color Balance tool. Adjust individual color vibrance, saturation, hue, and lightness, as well as RGB channels.
Black & White
In Black & White mode, increase or decrease the contrast of each individual color, and specify the brightness range that the contrast adjustment will target.
Use ACDSee’s built-in Color LUTs to seamlessly color grade your images, or import and apply LUTs as non-destructive filters.
Sharpen your photos by enhancing medium and high contrast edges.
Apply different kinds of blur to your photos.
Add or remove noise in your photos while preserving details that you want to retain.
The Clarity tool adds subtle definition to the details in your image. Use it to enhance the contrast of midtones in your images, without overpowering the shadows and highlights.
Develop Mode Brush
Brush on adjustments in parts of your image without affecting others, or apply them in gradual progressions using linear and radial gradients.
Polygon Selection Tool
Select around edges and irregular shapes in your photos with the Polygon Selection tool.
Add text to your image. Customize font, size, color, style, justification, opacity, and much more.
Blend Modes & Opacity
Use a Blend Mode while applying your edit. Choose from 25 Blend Modes, like Overlay and Multiply, and adjust the opacity of that Blend Mode to affect your final image.
Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® processor Intel i3 or better processor recommended 2 GB RAM (6 GB RAM or more recommended) 1024 x 768 display resolution (1920 x 1080 recommended) 2 GB of available hard disk space