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ACDSee (now called: ACDSee Photo Studio) was ever one of the long-standing (first released in 1994), most popular image browsing software that came with friendly UI, simple & humanized operation, high-quality and very fast image decoding method, comprehensive image formats support and powerful graphics file managing functions. All this won and accumulated the most users around the world for it (it basically was must-have especially for architecture and image processing related industries, including photography enthusiasts and professional graphic designers.
Now, however, ACDSee has evolved into a heavyweight, bloated all-in-one digital asset management (DAM) solution (including photo editing, audio file playback, video processing, etc.) that supports more than 50 kinds of commonly used multimedia formats. Obviously, the reason ACDSee to do so has always been to narrow the gap between it and some professional photo & image processing software. But this is the worst development trend of software we don't want to see - all-in-one or full-featured!
Here, we hope everyone understand two things: First, AppNee is reluctant to share it (so I don't have any interest to introduce its latest features, but talked much history of it), just in order to respond some requests from visitors of AppNee; Second, we believe that, for any developers who attempt to make their software become all-in-one, full-featured, their final path is the only and similar one that loses their original intention and themselves (and eventually, their situation is going to be like this: make a step forward, it's not possible to catch up with the leaders in the same industry; take a step back, they can't satisfy their existing users). In other words, it can only go broke or choose to be acquired by others at last.
Anyway, AppNee finally published this post. But if I could have more spare time, I will try to get and release ACDSee's more older versions that comes with higher performance. Especially the ACDSee 9.0, which is considered to be the most classic version in the whole series - with small file size, also was regarded as the most powerful picture viewer in terms of function and interface.
// Key Features //
- Develop Mode
- Digital Asset Management
- Non-Destructive Editing with Adjustment Layers
- Automate with Ease
- Distortion Doctoring with Lens Correction
- Strong and Agile
- Advanced Lighting Technology
- Spectrum of Color Control
- Your Blank Canvas
- Secondary Monitor Support
// Working Modes //
// Official Demo Video //
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate Edition multilingual full installers and universal unlock patches for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit.
// Installation Notes //
- Download and install ACDSee Ultimate Edition, do not run it
- Copy the unlock patch to installation directory
- Run the unlock patch as administrator and click 'Patch'
- That's all, enjoy!
// Related Links //
- ACDSee Official Video Tutorials
- All Videos and Tutorials of ACDSee
- ACDSee All Editions' comparison
- Compare ACDSee with competitors
// Download URLs //
|Ultimate Edition||v10.4||150 MB|
|Old but Classic Versions|
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