ACDSee Photo Editor

What is ACDSee Photo Editor?

ACDSee Photo Editor is developed by the company ACD Systems International and is used primarily to edit and enhance photos, hence the name. This software comes in different versions and the most recent one is called the Photo Editor 6.

The ACDSee Photo Editor is developed and equipped with the technology called Lighting and Contrast Enhancement or LCE. It is a Lighting tool that lets you brighten or darken the sliders of the photos for professional-looking versions of your photos. You may opt to also check and modify the internal curves using the drag and drop capability of the software.

The software is also designed with a user-friendly interface. Users can learn how to manipulate the tools with the use of Getting Started Packet or via video tutorials. The tools are designed to be grasped with ease even by beginners in the field of photo editing. You can also arrange or set your own tools and color panels depending on your preference. You may choose to deactivate some functionality to keep your panels clutter-free. The software can be used with Microsoft® Windows® XP ,Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8.

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File types supported by ACDSee Photo Editor

Our users primarily use ACDSee Photo Editor to open these file types:

About file types supported by ACDSee Photo Editor

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