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#16 soldier1st

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Posted 12 August 2012 - 22:16

I dropped Acdsee when it went payware all those years ago. Faststone Image Viewer is what i use. What reason would i have to use Acdsee again? They might try pulling the same stunt again. When something gets good, it turns crap.


#17 ArialBlue

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 02:02

I dropped Acdsee when it went payware all those years ago. Faststone Image Viewer is what i use. What reason would i have to use Acdsee again? They might try pulling the same stunt again. When something gets good, it turns crap.


*aaachh-utorrhennt-ooo*

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#18 HawkMan

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 12:33

I'd like to see this or pain.net or any other free picture app support Camera Raw so I could make the switch reliably. then I can hose paying for expensive photoshop.


Honestly, if you have a good enough camera to make use of RAW. you can afford and should afford to use Lightroom as well.

#19 torrentthief

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 12:41

acdsee photo manager supports RAW format, this free version doesn't. Presumably there are high patent fees for adding raw support. I've used acdsee paid version for years, it is great for viewing photos. The pro version is the same as photo manager but with the ability to touch-up photos i believe, i don't need that so don't use it.