ACDSee Pro Photo Manager Tutorial

Paul Ellis has written good ACDSee Pro Photo Manager Tutorial at Profesional Photographer Magazine.

ACDSee Pro

ACDSee Pro is the latest image management and editor software to view, process, edit, organize, catalog, publish, and archive photographs from ACD System. You can download ACDSee Pro Photo Manager trial for free here (24.3 MB)

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Hardware

Intel Pentium® III / AMD Athlon processor or equivalent (Intel Pentium® 4 / AMD Athlon XP or equivalent recommended)
256 MB RAM (512 MB RAM recommended)
100 MB free hard drive space (1 GB recommended)
High Color display adapter at 1024 x 768 resolution (1600 x 1200 recommended)
CD/DVD Burner – for creating CDs and DVDs

Software

Windows® 2000 or Windows® XP (Windows XP recommended)
Microsoft® Internet Explorer™ 5.0.0 (6.0.0 recommended)
TiVo® Desktop Software – to publish images to your TiVo
Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 – for Microsoft DirectX file format support, and to create slide shows and screen savers
QuickTime™ 6.0 – for QuickTime file format support
Ghostscript® 8.0 – for PDF support
Windows Media™ Player 9.0 or later

RELATED LINKS

- ACDSee Pro User Guide (PDF)


See also: Free Download | Photo Software





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Comment by Marvin Fisher Subscribed to comments via email
2007-10-15 04:10:14

I have ACDSee 3.1 sr-1. It came with a HP scanner set up disk. I don’t know where it stands in the hiearchy of ACDSee progams or how out of date it is.

1. Are there updates for this program and how do I get them?

2. Do I need it? I have been using a digital camera to download pictures for the last two years. Prior to that I have about ten years of prints I would like to scan in. Prior to that I have 4000 slides I am scanning in.

3. All I want is to get the pictures in the computer and modify for brightness and sharpness.

Your comments will be appreciated.

Marvin L. Fisher
mfisher970@comcst.net

 

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