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Archangel [GWJ] 11 de Dic, 2012 a las 13:35
Use XnView (or something else) instead
It's basically the same thing, and it's awesome and free. Or Picasa, or IrfanView, or FastStone, or Photoscape, depending on your needs and preferences. Pretty much anything in the "Photos and Images" category of FileHippo or AlternativeTo (dot net).
Última edición por Archangel [GWJ]; 11 de Dic, 2012 a las 13:36
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Bulldogs 11 de Dic, 2012 a las 20:54 
Yeh XnView has been around for eons and is a nice free tool.
Xv0st 12 de Dic, 2012 a las 4:20 
use XnView all the time.
Zec 12 de Dic, 2012 a las 6:17 
I don't know if this ACDSee develops RAW, but if it does, rawtherapee is a good free (GPL) replacement.
Lupus Domesticus 12 de Dic, 2012 a las 11:55 
IrfanView is also very good. And its free.
Sam 12 de Dic, 2012 a las 15:38 
I know you people love freeware applications, but seriously. If I'm going to be using an application everyday, I want it to have an intuitive and pleasant looking GUI. ACDSee has a nice GUI and more features than the free applications. Sure it may be somewhat overpriced for what it does, but it's not that unreasonable.
뷔엘 13 de Dic, 2012 a las 5:58 
XnView is best...
twitch.tv/the_nsix 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 2:26 
I've used ACDsee in the past and it was awesome! If you are a professional photographer ACDsee might turn you on. If you are a hobbyist the one of the free alternatives should hold you over.
TapSkill 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 2:48 
ACDSee offers speedier production time and more convenience than most other applications. It is reasonably priced for that. However, I have Photoshop, Paint Tool Sai, and so many other applications for image editing and illustration. I do not need another one.
kpetrmail 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 3:25 
Publicado originalmente por Zec:
I don't know if this ACDSee develops RAW, but if it does, rawtherapee is a good free (GPL) replacement.
XNView has some support of RAW reading/writing, too.
MrWildWolf 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 4:55 
Publicado originalmente por Sam:
I know you people love freeware applications, but seriously. If I'm going to be using an application everyday, I want it to have an intuitive and pleasant looking GUI. ACDSee has a nice GUI and more features than the free applications. Sure it may be somewhat overpriced for what it does, but it's not that unreasonable.

Publicado originalmente por nsix:
I've used ACDsee in the past and it was awesome! If you are a professional photographer ACDsee might turn you on. If you are a hobbyist the one of the free alternatives should hold you over.

Both comments explain pretty well what kind of users might want to try ACDSee.
If you are not sure there is a trial version on their web site.
wretch 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 5:27 
I've kept up with ACDSee for a decade due to its manual sort feature. Do any free ones offer this?
Bulldogs 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 6:41 
Publicado originalmente por nsix:
I've used ACDsee in the past and it was awesome! If you are a professional photographer ACDsee might turn you on. If you are a hobbyist the one of the free alternatives should hold you over.

If you are a professional you won't be using this, lightroom would be your best choice for the most part or other professional photo editing software not this.

This is aimed at mums and dads or people who don't know any better that other applications do the same thing for free.
Kektimus 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 11:49 
Try FastStone Image Viewer too. Free and extremely powerful.
Homosexual Pie Row 27 de Dic, 2012 a las 12:04 
Publicado originalmente por Sam:
I know you people love freeware applications, but seriously. If I'm going to be using an application everyday, I want it to have an intuitive and pleasant looking GUI. ACDSee has a nice GUI and more features than the free applications. Sure it may be somewhat overpriced for what it does, but it's not that unreasonable.
I agree with you about the GUI. I tried XnView just now. I didn't like the interface. It was nowhere near as polished. (Not that I haven't had complaints with ACD's freezes and crashes.)

But I have to give credit to another review. This thing is aimed more at photographers and less at casual users. Knowing that, it makes even less sense for it this software be on Steam. And if they really are aiming for casual users, their price is too high, and the discounted upgrades are too often and too high. Seriously, the upgrade price to next year's version is more than I'd really want to pay for this software in the first place, brand new.
Games Brown 25 de Ago, 2013 a las 13:40 
Publicado originalmente por C= 64:
Publicado originalmente por nsix:
I've used ACDsee in the past and it was awesome! If you are a professional photographer ACDsee might turn you on. If you are a hobbyist the one of the free alternatives should hold you over.

If you are a professional you won't be using this, lightroom would be your best choice for the most part or other professional photo editing software not this.

But this is a third of the cost of Lightroom and it'll run on random laptops whereas LR5 requires a DX10 GPU. Not all photographers are rich.
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