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ACDSee Photo Studio 7 for Mac - First Impressions
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26 thoughts on “ACDSee Photo Studio 7 for Mac – First Impressions | อัปเดตใหม่acdsee 7เนื้อหาที่เกี่ยวข้อง

  1. Bob Shrader says:

    This product is best used as a browser/DAM for those folks on a Mac. Studio 7 is extremely fast in this function. The editing tools were improved in the last release, but they are not in the same league as those found in ACDSee Windows products or in similar apps from the competitors. Studio 7 doesn't do layers, so it won't run Photoshop plugins. However, a nice feature is the easy ability to add external editors and customize keyboard hotkeys for external editors. ACDSee tends to release new versions of its Windows products each fall, just like its competitors. But Studio 7 doesn't have that kind of commitment from the company. There has been no indication of any new version for the Mac anytime soon. ACDSee is promoting distribution of a free beta (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PstYRmMLt1s) of a "simplified" editor called Gemstone. According to the software requirements listed, it is for Windows only.

  2. Katherine Segura says:

    Jim, thank you for this video. I have watched many of your Luminar tutorials and enjoy your style and clarity. I just downloaded the trial version of the ACDSee Photo Studio 7 for Mac. The first thing I noticed after installing (and saw the same thing on your video) is that it loaded many folders from my hard drive that I would not have included given a choice. In watching the ACDSee tutorial for installation (based on the Ultimate program), when installing it gave the user the option to pick the folders to be loaded into the database. Haven't worked with it enough to pinpoint other issues as yet. I was also looking for an alternative to Lightroom as my old LR 5 no longer functioned properly after updating my OS to Catalina. I thought I could use Luminar 4 for my cataloging and organizing. Although I love Luminar as an editor, as a DAM, Luminar leaves a lot to be desired. Please do more video tutorials on ACDSee for Mac as the company's tutorials are based on Ultimate for Windows.

  3. Stephen Meyers says:

    Nice overview of something that I have used mostly to sort photos and apply metadata. There are so few video tutorials about this app out there, so it is refreshing to see what else this app can do. I have configured the editor to jump to Affinity Photo to edit my photos. It appears there are some good editing tools available in the app that I have been unaware of. I hope that you review other aspects the DAM in other videos.

  4. George Burton says:

    Hi Jim, fantastic video! I'm also looking to ditch lightroom and have trialled a few products. One area where lightroom always seems to have an advantage is it supports playback of video files. This might not be a big deal for many but I really value this feature. Do you happen to know of any products that also support this? Thanks

  5. Geoff Smith says:

    Thanks, Jim, for this first impressions video. I used to have ACDSee on my old Windows laptop. It was pretty powerful, and I really grew to like it. It did take me a while to get used to. Now I'm on a MacBook Pro. Might check it out again if they have a trial version. Cute dog, by the way.

  6. Jim says:

    Does anyone know if acdsee offers an export/“edit in” function? I am looking for a cataloging software that I can use to browse photos, then edit directly in luminar, aurora, or photoshop. Lightroom does this, but would love to move to a simpler catalog software.

  7. james sulester says:

    Acdsee has been around for quite a long time and I used to use it but it has been passed up a quite a while back by much more powerful editors, Luminar and many more

  8. Philip Zwick says:

    I am happy to see a reviewer check out this impressive software that has been invisible to most. I have had it for years, the Windows version with Ultimate 2020 my latest purchase. It compares very well to other software (after a learning curve, of course) and can replace the LR/PS combo for 99% of most editing requirements. In my editing world, between On1 Raw, ACDsee Ultimate, and Affinity Photo, one can do everything. Including Fuji raw files.

  9. Martin Eudall says:

    Jim might be worth looking at Excire not only does this do database management but automatically keywords pictures which I have found fairly accurate – I have the previous version of ACdc but went for excire as I use dxo4 and ON1 for editing rather than upgrade

  10. Jean Pierre Guaron says:

    I found that confusing too, and I think they should redo their website to make it much clearer. Two columns – one headed "MAC only", the other "Windows only". Next line – what software/hardware is required. THEN list product.

  11. Martin Turner says:

    So, Jim, WHY would I choose this one over others? Cheaper? Sounds like Windows users best suited. What can it do others can't do or do well compared to it. The others are better than this from what I've seen herein. When you do a "first impressions" video like this you really SHOULD provide what I've noted in the beginning of this comment; else you've left out important info.

  12. DVC Bear says:

    Been using ACDSee for years. Switched from windows version to Mac Versions about 7 years ago. At the time the Mac version was in very bad shape. Buggy, slow and way behind on features compared to Windows version. Think it was Version 3 at the time. ACDSee did a total re-write. Glad to see they continue to develop it. It's my main tool on the Mac. On Light Eq , I find Standard very useful.

  13. aeroman says:

    Oh Jim you reminded me of v5 of ACDSee in early 2000s that I still use today as a photo browser instead of the crappy Windows 10 photo app. I loved that product and certainly no up to speed on their latest until I watched your video. Very cool seeing that ACDSee is offering a full up editing product. They maintained the powerful browsing capability that looks familiar to v5. Would like to see a full edit using this product. And I’m happy they are focused on Windows after all the frustration with the Mac focused Luminar (sorry lol).

  14. PNWRider says:

    I have a copy I keep upgrading. I use it to do the rating and culling of images as it’s so much faster than lightroom at it. The other interesting thing it does is support the GoPro.

  15. paul eaton says:

    Hi Jim, haven't commented for a while but I keep watching most of your video's. This is great, love your honest approach, I've been using ACDsee Pro on Windows for about 9 months now after using LR for years. I made use of all the free trials of various products DxO was fantastic with RAW files ( so much detail ) BUT it was expensive for the full program, ( for me anyway )ACDsee is not far behind with the raw files, and in the Windows version there are a lot of editing options as well. If I want layers, montage, HDR etc I have got Affinity which does almost everything you can do to a pic. Great video, great product, great guy.

  16. smalltalk.productions says:

    As always, your vids are informative. I am an appreciative subscriber. Does this software assist in lining up panoramas? Can it do photo merging of the same image at different exposures? Thumbs up. Stay well.

  17. Jeff CliftonD says:

    I used to use this product on Windows years ago and it combined basic editing and data base management really well, along the way I switched to systems completely to Mac and they let me switch to their mac version for free…the first one they had was pretty basic on the editing side but v good on file management…so I ended up giving Lightroom a go…I do like editing in lightroom , but hate their catalogue system etc. However Acd have allowed me a great discount on their very latest version for Mac and like you Jim I am very impressed, the editing side has improved a lot and I am very tempted to refocus back on ACD, especially as their payment system is very fair and way better than Adobe’s kind of “blackmail “ model. Please do try some further videos on it…

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