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Basic editing functions help to enhance colors or levels too, aimed at casual users or those with limited image editing knowledge. Adobe Bridge is similar to Lightroom Classic but without the complex editing suite attached onto it. Actually, for file viewing and organization it could be argued that Bridge is much easier to use since it has easy access to EXIF data views so it works brilliantly for content creatives, like Art Directors, who need this information without any of the extra editing features.

The navigation layout is superb with the views being split into six different categories, with more to boot. Essentials mode displays the directory, files contained in the selected folder, and a full read-out of EXIF data. For those used to the Lightroom Classic layout, the filmstrip view may be the simplest way to navigate and organize photos.

It includes options for displaying grids and margins, adding headers and footers, or even applying watermarks to protect intellectual property. Adobe Bridge is suitable for working on a wide range of file types, from 3D textures to InDesign documents and almost any other file format you can make with Adobe software, within reason. Designed to provide a more visual interactive display of the images on your device, Elements Organizer automatically organizes photos and videos by date and a variety of other ways, too.

To start, the software scans all photos for faces and location tags for automatic categorization and then further filters using intelligent topics such as sunrises, parties, animals, and more. Manual organization involves picking your favourites, creating albums and folders, and the option to filter with multiple search terms, e.

Basic editing is possible too and the software is optimised for touchscreen devices as well as desktop-based computers. A powerful image editing program, ACDSee Photo Studio Professional is also an excellent digital asset management and photo editing software.

Users can organize their photos using keywords, by date, using categories, via location, colour labels, and even EXIF data built right into the files themselves. Photos can be imported to ACDSee Photo Studio Pro but files already stored on your storage device can also be accessed via the software unlike Lightroom Classic which requires import before organizing.

By recording a series of photo edits into a script, you can apply the same edits to other photos without having to redo all the hard work, saving time and effort. The same can be done by batch processing, for example, if you need to add a watermark or resize shots for better file management.

You can quickly access photos using the Manage tab at the top of the window and search for files using the file directory pane on the left-hand side, scoot through thumbnail views in the center or search through metadata and EXIF information on the right-hand side, including options to filter based on ratings, labels, and keywords.

CyberLink PhotoDirector is a fantastic piece of photo organization and image editing software for beginners, competitively priced and one of the cheapest paid-for options on this list. The user interface is simple making it easy to navigate for new users. Import photos or folders directly from external devices and organize them with categories, tags, and keywords. Unfortunately, CyberLink PhotoDirector can only import nine different image file formats, but does include up-to-date raw file support and, rather strangely, can import many more video file formats, though export options are limited.

Compatible with a wide array of image files, and even reads raw files. Excellent viewing options for organizing files. When other image organizing apps crash or are slow to load, this is the software we boot up. In the Browser view you can easily see file directories on the left-hand pane and make swift changes to photo and folder storage locations.

One ever-helpful option is the Compare Selected Images view which displays up to four photos next to each other to help image editors choose their favorite whilst organizing. XNView functions like a browser by displaying opened images in separate tabs across the top of the app window, which might feel a little clumsy for some users.

It has some basic editing functions like crop, color, and tone adjustment, too. File directories are displayed in the left-hand pane, allowing users to switch between folders and storage devices with the same ease you would expect from File Explorer or Finder.

In that same pane it also includes Favorites and Categories Filter tabs to help maintain and search for the appropriate photos. When saving though, it can export to approximately 70 different file formats. Keyboard shortcuts can be utilized to quickly rate images for categorization later.

The MP version contains all the XNView Classic features plus a few more and is optimized for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems on both bit and bit operating systems — making it accessible to almost everyone with a computer.

Having the best photo organizing software is all well and good, but you need to use it in the right way to get the most from it. Here are three tips to help you get the most out of your photo organizer software. Ideally, you’d all give each of our photos a distinct and unique name. But in practice, there just isn’t enough time in the day, so it’s best to come up with a clear and consistent naming convention to help you keep track of them. It’s basically a question of finding a system that works for you.

For example, you might give all of the photos from a particular shoot the same name and date and then a number, such as Stonehenge, Stonehenge etc. However, if you don’t have a good memory for when different shoots took place at the same location, you might want to add some context, such like Stonehenge-festival-sunrise, or Stonehenge-clothing-ad That might seem like a lot of typing, but most photo organizer software makes it easy to batch-name a group of images in this way.

Its interface is user friendly, intuitive. With a variety of video and audio effects, even for beginners it will be possible to do editing work like a true professional. Superb Software. Simple and best. The editing tools are so good. Thank you for a good product. New to video editing but it appears to be a great product. Luxea has been a great addition and the learning videos puts it over the top.

Thank you ACDSee. Alignment between tracks made easy with built-in snap-to-setpoint functionality. Color grade your shots by loading and applying an endless array of cinematic LUTs. The new opacity slider gives you full control over the color LUT strength. Timeline toolbar offers cutting-edge editing tools ideal for crafting the perfect sequence of clips. Layer audio, video, and images on as many tracks as you want.

Tweak background color and media transparency to create a layered hierarchy. Create smooth scene and topic changes by adding transitions. Simply drag and drop where you want and customize the duration by dragging. Put your subject anywhere. Remove green screen, or the color of your choosing, and layer in other videos or still images to create your own background. Need some snow? A light leak? A countdown? Effortlessly add a variety of overlay effects on top of, before, or after your media.

Establish ownership of your video content by adding your watermark and customizing its position and opacity. Video has become an essential tool in onboarding, training, and customer support. Luxea Video Editor empowers creative videos that engage teams and customers. Save time and money, simplify concepts, convey ideas, and enhance learning.

Use the Luxea screen recording tool to boost video content production by recording presentations. Add text, captions, animations, transitions, overlays and freeze frames to brand and personalize your work. To make your brand stand out, you need to adapt. Video has become one of the most successful forms of advertising. Use Luxea Video Editor to craft professional grade promo videos, sneak peaks, and trailers, or produce commercials, video pitches, B2B presentations, featurettes, slideshows, and even GIFs.

Whatever the output, let Luxea create an immersive brand experience for your customers. Got a personal brand? Usage was only truly “free” in Quick View mode, which was pointless for presentation purposes.

Using the “View” mode required a login, which I was fine with, but the process required loading a browser. The browser login told me I could go back to the app, but the app kept reporting a network error. There was no “back” button so I had to quit. Uninstalled 5 min after install. No license required, no activation needed, no registration needed. They are pretty good in releasing updates year after year. Heck, it’s not that bad of an editor. Continues to amaze me after all these years.

Simply a great photo utility program. Then, you can also select some rendering options below. It does display the raw data, and it does so really fast FastStone simply cannot compare.

But it is really bare bones. FastStone allows you to drag and drop files into a particular order, then batch rename them based on that dragged-and-dropped order. It’s a feature I wasn’t aware of until recently and it’s a killer feature when you have thumbnail view switched on. The Sigma 20mm F1. Does it take pretty pictures though? We have the answers.

Sigma’s been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1. It brings a new, 25MP sensor and bit 4K capture at up to p. We’ve put it to the test, both in the studio and out in the field. In our tests it delivers big performance and offers a few good reasons why you might choose a 12th-Gen Intel laptop over a Mac. Canon’s high end APS-C mirrorless camera has plenty of compelling features, but is it worth the price?

Jordan took it on vacation to find out. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. What’s the best camera for shooting landscapes? High resolution, weather-sealed bodies and wide dynamic range are all important. In this buying guide we’ve rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best. If you’re looking for the perfect drone for yourself, or to gift someone special, we’ve gone through all of the options and selected our favorites.

Although a lot of people only upload images to Instagram from their smartphones, the app is much more than just a mobile photography platform. In this guide we’ve chosen a selection of cameras that make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images, ideal for sharing on social media. The latest version of Sigma’s 20mm F1. Check out our gallery, including some astro images, to see how it performs! Two of the GPUs are designed for workstation desktops, while a third is for laptops.

This second-generation adapter is smaller, faster and quieter than its predecessor. Midwest Photo was robbed late last week after a stolen truck broke through the store’s front entrance. The store is in the progress of recovering from the damage and stolen goods. Photographers should be on the lookout for any suspicious product listings online.

Travel with Peter to see how he shoots, and view some of the spectacular photos he captures along the way. Includes sample gallery. We go hands-on with Sigma’s latest ‘Digital Native’ wide-angle lenses for L-mount and Sony E-mount cameras to see what features they have and what sets them apart from the rather limited competition. Sony has announced in-camera forgery-proof photo technology for its a7 IV mirrorless camera.

The technology, aimed at corporate users, cryptographically signs images in-camera to detect future pixel modification and tampering.

It uses tracks, cords and hooks to store your gear flat against the wall without hiding it from view. The new Sigma 24mm F1. Check out our sample gallery to see how sharp it is, as well as how it handles flare, chromatic aberrations and sunstars. Sigma’s new 20mm F1. Chris and Jordan run through their absolute favorite lenses for Sony E-Mount, including both Sony lenses and third party options. Nikon has released the financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year, revealing increased year-over-year revenue and profits.

Alfie Cameras is launching its Alfie TYCH next month on Kickstarter, but before then it needs beta testers to see how its triple lens half-frame camera performs. NASA is preparing for a simulated Mars mission that will house four crew members in a module on Earth.

The crew will remotely control drones and rovers to collect rock samples on a simulated Mars. Skypersonic, a remote control drone company, is supplying mission-critical technology as part of the mission. The explosion created one of the most energetic short-duration gamma-ray bursts ever observed.

The Tamron Lens Utility Mobile app is set to launch later this year. The app will let you use your compatible Android device to control, customize and update compatible Tamron lenses without the need for a computer. The images, which appear to be screenshots from a press briefing, reveal some of the details of the forthcoming lens. The Peter McKinnon camera tool features a patent-pending design that features integrated Phillips and flathead drivers, as well as extendable arms capable of holding four other bits that can be swapped out to fit your needs.

Nikon has updated the firmware for its Nikkor Z 50mm F1. Is this good or bad for the industry, and what are the long-term implications? Reading mode: Light Dark. Login Register. Best cameras and lenses. Tags: acdsee , free , software-news. View Comments Comments All BSandu It is amazing what Faststone can do! It was the best viewer period. Francis Sawyer Windows only? Wow, what year is this? Too bad. There doesn’t seem to be a decent free photo browser anymore. SecondTimeAround Balu: I downloaded “acdsee-free.

GeorgiJuraj blazingly fast!

 
 

 

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Then add interest with text, filters, animations, overlays, transitions, and audio effects. And when you are ready, share your knowledge and skills to YouTube, Vimeo, or across social media, all from right inside Luxea. Your purchases are protected by industry standard payment security. We do not share your personal information with third parties. One time download. Free forever. One time purchase. Perpetual License. Renew or cancel your subscription at any time. Luxea Video Editor 6 is packed with more powerful features than ever to take your video production skills further.

Net 4. Online Help User Guide. Share your world at the speed of life. Redesigned Production Assistant. Rendering preview. Improved timeline operation. Timeline markers. Color LUT opacity. Mouse click effects. Real-time MP4 creation. Single input recording. Targeted screen recording.

More recording options. Luxea Video Editor Reviews. Clean and Easy Recording. Free video recorder with versatile recording options for screen, webcam, microphone, or system audio.

As simple as clicking a big red button, or as customizable as your vision requires. Uninhibited real-time MP4 creation with no watermarks and zero rendering time. Add visual and audio effects to your mouse clicks while screen recording to help your audience follow along. Push the limits of your creative vision with a screen recording frame rate of up to frames per second and no cap on your recording time.

Tailored Social Media Outputs. No more added watermarks for the duration of your project! Luxea now only adds a short intro and outro to files produced using the Free Plan. Easily create perfect posts by optimizing for YouTube and Vimeo using the newly redesigned Luxea Production Assistant. Conveniently preview your rendering progress and receive a sound reminder when rendering completes. Robust output options for local drive, smartphones, and tablets. Work smart by creating and reusing customized templates.

Tons of Free Content! Add fun and flare to your projects with free filters, animations, transitions, overlays, and much more. Themed content includes, seasonal, event, and social media collections. Pro-level assets to elevate your projects and grow your following. New Content Packs are added regularly. Download popular Luxea Content Packs.

Effortless and Feature-rich Editing. Timeline Markers Alignment between tracks made easy with built-in snap-to-setpoint functionality. Split, Cut, Copy, Paste Timeline toolbar offers cutting-edge editing tools ideal for crafting the perfect sequence of clips. Unlimited Tracks Layer audio, video, and images on as many tracks as you want. Transitions Create smooth scene and topic changes by adding transitions.

Green Screen Put your subject anywhere. Overlay Effects Need some snow? Watermark Tool Establish ownership of your video content by adding your watermark and customizing its position and opacity.

How does Luxea compare to the competitors? Super slow to install. I uninstalled much quicker immediately when I saw that I needed an account to use the software.

I was stupid enough to install this based on the fact it was a camera raw file viewer, what is it with installations that need to download installations? I was disappointed as it took so long to install, it’s supposed to be a file viewer, it asks you where you which folder you want to start in when running the program but offers a folder tree on the left hand side that immediately loads the contents of a folder you click on.

It’s just a general purpose file viewer that you already have when you browse your folders in explorer using applications that you already use.

This is just an advertising vehicle to promote their paid for products, there is noting wrong with that but it should be explained on the download page that this is what you are getting, promotional software, that’s all it is. Oh wow, this is “extra” free; it doesn’t even ask you for your email address unlike so many free offers. Edit2: It does do what it says, which is view raw images very quickly. Beyond that though, there’s not a lot of features.

There’s no fast way to send an image to Photoshop it requires an Open in But it really is blazing fast. Oh wow. I already had an account. I’ve tested a trial version of some ACDsee product. Let’s see how this one works ACDSee has always been my viewer of choice. Works well with Truecrypt volumes. Good ergonomics allows me to navigate easily with one hand.

Accurate rendering of skin tones. ACDSee was a great tool in the 90ties when it was easy to get an illegal full version.

Until the Faststone Image viewer came and took their market without the hassle and risc of illegal copies. Every now and then, i take a look back at what ACDSee has become and decides if its worth a legal copy, in stead of FastStone, but so far I stick to the latter. The interface is outdated, but I can live with that. Both keep a thumbnail cache so they’re much faster on subsequent reads of large directories than, for example the otherwise excellent Irfanview. XnView have versions for Windows, Linux and Mac.

And i can still remember quite well, when i was using ACDsee 3. And un-installed it 5 mins later, because it wasn’t the case, what i was looking for – a small, lightweight FastRawViewer Alternative.

No offense. I wonder how it compares to Faststone? I have been using the fantastic Faststone for many years. That’s what I was just about to ask, Although I’ve only been using Faststone for a month or two.

Yes, I wish there was a Mac version of Faststone too. I have the Mac version 1. There is no native version. Overall, it is clunky and not as well designed UI, etc. The biggest question for me is: Does ACDSee Free handle color profiles embedded in image files as well as monitor profiles? This is a deal breaker for me – even for free software as FastStone does this.

If it doesn’t then I cannot rely on the output. For me, that makes it unusable for culling images. A pitty. For me Bridge is much too slow for the big initial culling of new images. Photo Mechanic works much better, but sometimes I find the UI difficult and confusing to use. So I’m always open to find new software to handle this. Requiring an account to use this kind of software is a joke, especially when you can get Xnview, and many others, for free.

Bridge is not really free, as you need adobe software subscription for another of their products to use it. No you don’t. Bridge is indeed free. So is Lightroom, apart from the Develop and geo-localisation modules. You can use the whole library and printing modules in Lightroom without paying. But Free looks compelling on some of my other rigs. Usage was only truly “free” in Quick View mode, which was pointless for presentation purposes.

Using the “View” mode required a login, which I was fine with, but the process required loading a browser. The browser login told me I could go back to the app, but the app kept reporting a network error. There was no “back” button so I had to quit. Uninstalled 5 min after install. No license required, no activation needed, no registration needed.

They are pretty good in releasing updates year after year. Heck, it’s not that bad of an editor. Continues to amaze me after all these years. Simply a great photo utility program. Then, you can also select some rendering options below. It does display the raw data, and it does so really fast FastStone simply cannot compare. But it is really bare bones. FastStone allows you to drag and drop files into a particular order, then batch rename them based on that dragged-and-dropped order.

It’s a feature I wasn’t aware of until recently and it’s a killer feature when you have thumbnail view switched on. The Sigma 20mm F1. Does it take pretty pictures though? We have the answers. Sigma’s been on a roll with their mirrorless Art series lenses. Does the new 24mm F1. It brings a new, 25MP sensor and bit 4K capture at up to p.

We’ve put it to the test, both in the studio and out in the field. In our tests it delivers big performance and offers a few good reasons why you might choose a 12th-Gen Intel laptop over a Mac. Canon’s high end APS-C mirrorless camera has plenty of compelling features, but is it worth the price?

Jordan took it on vacation to find out. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. What’s the best camera for shooting landscapes? High resolution, weather-sealed bodies and wide dynamic range are all important. In this buying guide we’ve rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best.

If you’re looking for the perfect drone for yourself, or to gift someone special, we’ve gone through all of the options and selected our favorites. Although a lot of people only upload images to Instagram from their smartphones, the app is much more than just a mobile photography platform. In this guide we’ve chosen a selection of cameras that make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images, ideal for sharing on social media.

The latest version of Sigma’s 20mm F1. Check out our gallery, including some astro images, to see how it performs! Two of the GPUs are designed for workstation desktops, while a third is for laptops.

This second-generation adapter is smaller, faster and quieter than its predecessor. Midwest Photo was robbed late last week after a stolen truck broke through the store’s front entrance. The store is in the progress of recovering from the damage and stolen goods. Photographers should be on the lookout for any suspicious product listings online.

Travel with Peter to see how he shoots, and view some of the spectacular photos he captures along the way. Includes sample gallery. We go hands-on with Sigma’s latest ‘Digital Native’ wide-angle lenses for L-mount and Sony E-mount cameras to see what features they have and what sets them apart from the rather limited competition. Sony has announced in-camera forgery-proof photo technology for its a7 IV mirrorless camera.

The technology, aimed at corporate users, cryptographically signs images in-camera to detect future pixel modification and tampering. It uses tracks, cords and hooks to store your gear flat against the wall without hiding it from view. The new Sigma 24mm F1. Check out our sample gallery to see how sharp it is, as well as how it handles flare, chromatic aberrations and sunstars. Sigma’s new 20mm F1. Chris and Jordan run through their absolute favorite lenses for Sony E-Mount, including both Sony lenses and third party options.

Nikon has released the financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year, revealing increased year-over-year revenue and profits. Alfie Cameras is launching its Alfie TYCH next month on Kickstarter, but before then it needs beta testers to see how its triple lens half-frame camera performs. NASA is preparing for a simulated Mars mission that will house four crew members in a module on Earth. The crew will remotely control drones and rovers to collect rock samples on a simulated Mars.

Skypersonic, a remote control drone company, is supplying mission-critical technology as part of the mission. The explosion created one of the most energetic short-duration gamma-ray bursts ever observed.

The Tamron Lens Utility Mobile app is set to launch later this year. The app will let you use your compatible Android device to control, customize and update compatible Tamron lenses without the need for a computer. The images, which appear to be screenshots from a press briefing, reveal some of the details of the forthcoming lens. The Peter McKinnon camera tool features a patent-pending design that features integrated Phillips and flathead drivers, as well as extendable arms capable of holding four other bits that can be swapped out to fit your needs.

Nikon has updated the firmware for its Nikkor Z 50mm F1. Is this good or bad for the industry, and what are the long-term implications? Reading mode: Light Dark.

 
 

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