PRESS RELEASE: ACD Systems International Inc.: Updates Available for ACDSee Pro 2 and ACDSee 10 Photo Manager
ACDSee Uploader to Flickr Version 2.0, support for new cameras, RAW images and brushes ready for download
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 27, 2007) - ACD Systems International Inc. has announced a suite of new, downloadable updates to complement the enhanced functionality and flexibility of the recently released products, ACDSee™ Pro 2 and ACDSee™ 10 Photo Manager.
The updates mark the second in an ongoing series of web-based downloads designed to allow ACDSee users to make the most of features on their favorite photo-sharing sites and camera models, as well as provide new file format support.
Sharing photos is now even easier with ACDSee's Flickr Uploader Version 2.0. The Uploader tool now includes the ability to resize large images and set tags for individual images and groups of photos.
It is now also possible to select and upload existing ACDSee metadata fields, including IPTC and EXIF, along with photos, as well as create new Flickr sets, direct images to existing sets and even view remaining Flickr storage space - all without leaving the ACDSee program. Security, safety and content type can also be designated in this updated uploader.
Just in time for the holidays, the following hot digital camera models are also supported by the ACDSee update. It is now possible to browse and organize RAW images from the following cameras:
- Canon 40D (including sRAW)
- Kodak EasyShare P712
- Kodak P880
- Olympus E-410
- Panasonic FZ18
- Pentax K100D Super
- Samsung GX-1S
- Sony A700
In addition, ACDSee's new support for brushes allows users to view, browse and organize .abr, .jbr and .pbr file formats. Brushes saved in these file formats are increasingly popular with graphic designers and scrapbookers who want to enhance their photos with custom effects.
To download convenient, all-in-one updates for ACDSee Pro 2 and ACDSee 10 Photo Manager, please visit http://www.acdsee.com/support/updates/index#updates .
ACDSee Pro 2 is the industry's leading workflow management tool, providing professional photographers and avid amateurs a "one-stop" software package to view, process, edit, catalog, publish and archive digital images. The capabilities of ACDSee Pro 2 leverage the power of today's digital SLR cameras and support an expanding variety of RAW-format files. ACDSee Pro 2 is available now for $129.99 (USD) by visiting www.acdsee.com.
ACDSee 10 Photo Manager is the most powerful consumer tool available for photo organization and sharing. The software also provides additional value to users as a result of seamless integration with photo-sharing sites such as Flickr and SmugMug, along with real-time viewing, management and editing of image files. ACDSee 10 Photo Manager is available for a free 30-day trial and for purchase for $49.99 (USD) at www.acdsee.com.
About ACD Systems
Headquartered in British Columbia since 1993, ACD Systems International Inc. is one of the world's leading developers and marketers of digital imaging software, including the renowned ACDSee image management tool and Canvas, an advanced cross-platform technical illustration and graphics program. ACD has delivered value to a global marketplace through Internet distribution and through partnerships with manufacturers and developers. ACD has millions of consumer and business users and more than 33,000 corporate customers, including many Fortune 500 companies. For further details, please visit us at www.acdsee.com.
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(First posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2007 at 14:25 EST)