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Design your own solutions - Professionals test-drive powerful RAW processing and new darkroom features, provide direct input to software developers.
ACD Systems International Inc. is inviting users to test a beta version of ACDSee Pro, the industry’s most powerful software platform for viewing, processing, editing, organizing and publishing images. Interaction between software developers and photographers, as well as user input posted at ACDSee’s online forum through June, will shape the next version of Pro, which is anticipated for release this fall. The beta version is compatible with Windows Vista.
Known as the best workflow manager for today’s photographers, ACDSee Pro has grown to become a valuable tool for quickly processing the ever-expanding variety of RAW formats from digital camera manufacturers, especially for the new generation of DSLRs. With a distinguished pedigree as the Internet’s first and fastest image browser, ACDSee has helped photographers view, edit and share images quickly and easily for more than 13 years.
“Our software development starts and ends with the needs of today’s photographers,” said Mark Franklin, executive vice president of ACD Systems. “It’s very important to us to invite feedback at this crucial stage, especially as an increasing number of photographers demand a high level of control in RAW processing.”
The public beta is available for download from the ACDSee Pro website, with the full version of ACDSee Pro 2.0 expected for release this Autumn. Beta testers and users of the previous version will receive a 30 percent discount. For more information please see the ACDSee website.