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OS X 10.5-10.7. OS X Mountain Lion is not supported at this time.

Your personal digital asset manager

As a professional or amateur photographer, your foundation for an efficient and effective workflow is digital asset management. With the flexibility and control offered by ACDSee, you can now manage your digital assets your way, rather than trying to adapt your workflow to fit the cataloging constraints imposed by other photo applications. Easily customize ACDSee to suit your unique needs as a photographer, and get ready to experience a much simpler workflow.

* Manage your images with unparalleled flexibility and control
* Directly access and manage images on your hard drive and connected devices
* Instantly preview images of different file types
* Organize, categorize and rate thousands of images at once
* Create your own folder structure and organize by folders

Find anything

* Intuitive search capabilities let you locate your assets wherever they're located, even if they're not currently connected to your system. You'll never lose track of another photo again.

Access directly

* Browse your existing collection instantly. Unlike catalog-based photo applications, you don’t need to spend valuable time importing files that are already on your system and connected devices. When you browse a folder on your system or connected device, ACDSee immediately begins to display thumbnails of your photos from their original locations. Plus your external devices are automatically detected, so you can copy images onto your hard drive with drag-and-drop simplicity.

Organize more than just photos

* With ACDSee, you can also organize, categorize and rate any file type, not just images. Organize these digital assets in the same manner as you do your photos and videos, for a truly integrated workflow.

View fast

* View over 27 different file types in all, including the most popular RAW formats.

Save time with batch copying and renaming

* Copy or rename groups of images using the Batch tool.