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Looking for an all in one application for managing, viewing, and performing basic editing on your photos? ACDSee Photo Manager 12 conveniently organizes every photo tool you’ll need.


Photo Manager 12 finds and displays all photos in a folder almost instantaneously. You can examine photos in an Explorer style view, along with a more detailed view of the highlighted thumbnail; the app also provides lots of data about each image, including aperture data, focal length, file size, image type, and shutter speed. You can sort, group, and filter your photos in just about any way you want.


Photo Manager 12 also lets you add keywords to photos, import photos from your camera, create your own categories, and search by keyword or another criterion to find photos fast. The included editing tools are designed for simplicity rather than power, but for basic tasks such as red-eye removal, exposure adjustments, sharpening, cropping, and blurring, Photo Manager 12 does a fine job. At $70, ACDSee Photo Manager 12 isn’t exactly cheap, but it’s a winner. Looking for an all in one application for managing, viewing, and performing basic editing on your photos? ACDSee Photo Manager 12 conveniently organizes every photo tool you’ll need.
Photo Manager 12 finds and displays all photos in a folder almost instantaneously. You can examine photos in an Explorer style view, along with a more detailed view of the highlighted thumbnail; the app also provides lots of data about each image, including aperture data, focal length, file size, image type, and shutter speed. You can sort, group, and filter your photos in just about any way you want.
Photo Manager 12 also lets you add keywords to photos, import photos from your camera, create your own categories, and search by keyword or another criterion to find photos fast.
The included editing tools are designed for simplicity rather than power, but for basic tasks such as red-eye removal, exposure adjustments, sharpening, cropping, and blurring, Photo Manager 12 does a fine job.
At $70, ACDSee Photo Manager 12 isn’t exactly cheap, but it’s a winner.
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  1. thanks for the development tools. i will be using them within our streaming platform. many thanks Saimoom

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