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Everyone has their favorite tools, and these 5 should top your list!

1. Light EQ™

Improve areas that are too light or too dark with the Lighting Tool, powered by ACDSee’s patented Light EQ™ technology. Instantly lighten shadows and reduce highlights, change the tonal range and color balance, and experiment with single-exposure HDR effects.

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2. Brush-on Edits

Brush on any editing effect or adjustments to a targeted area of your photo, complete with size and feathering controls to get the exact look you want. Tune your images, sharpen, reduce noise, erase unwanted objects, and more.
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3. RAW Processing

See incredibly true-to-life color representation and contrast. Get the correct white balance and exposure, and fine tune tonal distribution. Boost vibrance while protecting skin tones, and adjust saturation, brightness and hue on a color-by-color basis. Avoid color clipping during RAW conversion by leveraging your image’s histogram.

4. Non-Destructive Editing

Get set for worry-free, go-for-it creativity. ACDSee Pro’s non-destructive environment means your original images always stay intact. Preview your changes instantly, hide, reveal or switch up adjustments, and save different versions of your photos.

5. Batch Processing

Save an incredible amount of time. Set ACDSee Pro to perform a range of workflow steps on batches of images at once. Convert formats and color space, resize, change filenames, add watermarks, and easily save them as presets to work even faster the next go around.
batch processing



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