ACD Systems has released new versions of the ACDSee Pro 6 and ACDSee 15 photo-editing tools, adding support for RAW files imported from several new cameras.
ACD Systems is the developer of a popular photo-editing tool called ACDSee. The company also offers a Pro version of the program, which is more expensive, albeit fully-featured.
ACDSee Pro 6.2 and ACDSee 15.2 software updates changelog
The software updates are now available for download for the users who purchased ACDSee 15 and ACDSee 6, without paying an extra fee.
The new updates offer performance enhancements when creating and assigning the so-called Hierarchical Keywords and improved scrolling through the File List when using touchscreen-enabled devices.
Additionally, ACDSee Pro 6.2 will display “Develop brush adjustments” in a proper way, when zooming to 100% in the Detail Tab found under Develop Mode.
The software developer has confirmed that photos imported from iPhone and WIA devices are still not being displayed properly, when browsing through the file list. However, the company’s engineers are working on a fix, but ACDSee has not mentioned when it would release a software update to correct the issue.
Both the ACDSee Pro 6.2 and ACDSee 15.2 software updates add support for RAW files coming from the following cameras:
- Nikon 1 V2;
- Nikon D5200;
- Nikon D600;
- Sony Alpha NEX-5R;
- Sony Alpha NEX-6;
- Sony DSC-RX1;
- Sony SLT-A99V;
- Canon EOS 6D;
- Canon EOS M;
- Canon PowerShot G15;
- Canon Powershot S110;
- Canon PowerShot SX50 HS;
- Olympus E-PL5;
- Olympus E-PM2;
- Olympus XZ-2 iHS;
- Pentax K-5 II/K-5 IIs;
- Pentax Q10;
- Panasonic GH3;
- Samsung EX2F.
Last but not least ACD Systems announced that more than 50 million users are benefiting from the goodies offered by the ACDSee photo-editing tools throughout the world.
The people who have not purchased the software can buy ACDSee Pro 6 for $99.99 and ACDSee 15 for $49.99. Both programs have a 30-day free trial period, enough time for photographers to make an idea of the products capabilities.