Adobe Bridge CC 2019
Adobe Bridge CC 2019
9.1.0.338

2.8

Adobe Bridge CC 2019 free download for Mac

Adobe Bridge CC 2019

9.1.0.338
21 June 2019

Powerful media manager for Creative Suite.

Overview

Adobe Bridge CC 2019 is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $20.99/month.

Adobe Bridge CC 2019 provides you with centralized access to all the media assets you need for your creative projects. Batch edit with ease, add watermarks, and even set centralized color preference - Bridge simplifies your workflow and keeps you organized.

What's new in Adobe Bridge CC 2019

Version 9.1.0.279:

Note: Complete list of changes can be found here

  • User Interface updates - experience enhancements in the appearance of menu bar, labels, and ratings. Use the Image Backdrop slider to adjust background contrast
  • Proxy server support - work with services like Creative Cloud Library, Adobe Stock, Adobe Portfolio, and Adobe Stock Contributor in proxy environments
  • Fixed issues - find fixes to issues around stacks, and the PDF output color issue
  • Transparency support - see checkerboard thumbnails and previews for transparent .AI and .EPS files
  • Support for new file format - work with Dimension documents (.dn) on Bridge

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Cowicide
18 June 2013

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Creative Cloud is like Rent-a-Center... a bad deal for consumers. No way, Adobe.
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Version 6.0.0.151
danayamini
11 November 2019
Hi I have problem with deleting filles after the latest uppdate 10,1. Any advise? Regards Dana Yamini
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Version 9.1.0.338
AugusChen
17 September 2018
I think Adobe Bridge is very inefficient, especially its bloated features and UI design. Recommend Eagle, an app launched in 2018, If you ever have trouble managing your pictures that are always spread around your desktop, Eagle is your star. easy to use and flexible for all platforms, it is the best tool a designer could have. Https://en.eagle.cool/
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Version 8.1
I used to use Bridge all the time with Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver before I moved to Adobe Lightroom for most of my image management and processing. The advantage of Bridge is that it previews images where they are, without the need to create a catalog. Your own organization scheme —or lack thereof— prevails. Photoshop CC has abandoned the mini-Bridge that was a more-or-less useless part of Photoshop CS6. Of course Bridge CC integrates with Adobe's on-line libraries, which are primarily targeted at workgroups and collaboration. For the standalone designer they may or may not be of use, depending on what you can afford. And, though the posted price may be misleading, Bridge, as it always was, is free if you own/use an Adobe product like Photoshop CC, which can be had for $10 a month as part of the Photographers package, which includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC, a pretty good deal. Of course if you need other Adobe apps, like Dreamweaver or InDesign, they will cost you considerably more. I didn't notice until recently that InDesign and Dreamweaver CS6 are 32bit apps, which will eventually no longer be supported on macOS with version 10.15. Sigh. Who knew Adobe hadn't updated them to 64bit.
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Version 8.1
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
05 September 2018
@ melissascave: The post is spam. Follow the link and see. Then delete this post.
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Brookhaven
20 June 2018
I think you will find that Bridge is free!
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Version 8.0.1.282
actor-zwenaingwin
28 November 2016
I LIKE IT
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Version 7.0.0.93
Jjpong
31 July 2013
I'm still waiting for Macromedia to resurrect. If Jesus can do it, so can Macromedia.
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Version 6.0.1.6
1 answer(s)
cjred
cjred
26 November 2015
was hoping but nahhh lol
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Cowicide
18 June 2013
Creative Cloud is like Rent-a-Center... a bad deal for consumers. No way, Adobe.
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Version 6.0.0.151
Sanchai
20 August 2010
Downloaded the Bridge CS5 4.0.3 updates and have installed it. The installation process went fine, and Adobe CS5 4.0.3.9 as shown in the About dialog, run fine. However, when I hit Check for Update from Bridge Menu, the Adobe Auto Updater started and prompted me to upgrade to Adobe Bridge CS5 4.0.2. Version 4.0.2 is the prior version on my Mac before applying the new upgrade to 4.0.3. If I hit Update, Adobe Auto Updater will download Bridge CS5 4.0.2 and install fail. I think 4.0.3 update is not yet integrated into Adobe Auto Updater. Please fix this!
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Version 4.0.3
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Agmaster
Agmaster
20 August 2010
I totally agree with you, Adobe needs to learn that they need to make sure they release their updates at the same exact time, whether its a direct download from their site, or through the Adobe updater.
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Version 4.0.3
Rubaiyat
06 June 2010
Given that it has fairly obvious needs to meet, how has Adobe managed to make so many versions, all of which are total duds. The only people I have seen use it are bewildered designers who seem to be confused by most matters including system navigation and think "Is Adobe, is Good". I am amazed that as a Finder substitute it can't do half the things Finder can do and what it does it does worse. Just slows you up without adding anything to file finding, previewing and sorting. Its sole contribution to the average studio is some (not a lot) job and file tracking.
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Version 4.0.2
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Eggshell
Eggshell
06 June 2010
That's a bit harsh . Bridge has its place in the Adobe family but frankly speeking CS5 looks more like a patch to CS4 than a complete new version . Been expecting more from CS5 , all the fuss around the making of the tacky new icons and splash design should've been revelatory - lot of effort in cosmetics , little ground work . Been using CS5 for a month , my opinion is that people with CS4 shouldn't bother to upgrade
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Version 4.0.2
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
06 June 2010
RUBAIYAT -To begin with, Bridge is not a Finder replacement. That said, it can do a great deal more than the Finder, with many more ways to organize and display your data, including search and customization options well beyond the power of the Finder. To judge from your remarks you just haven't bothered to learn how to use it effectively. This says more about you than it does about Adobe or Bridge. EGGSHELL - CS5 is a huge suite of applications. When you say you've been using it, you don't indicate which apps have disappointed you, rather offering blanket condemnation of everything. Admittedly the upgrade is uneven, with some apps getting more attention than others, but that is normal in the course of things - some apps need more attention. I suspect your experience is limited and suggest you be more specific in your criticism. Otherwise it's meaningless and misleading. Among the biggest improvements across the entire suite is 64 bit capability in both the Windows and Mac versions. In addition, CS5 is, on the Mac, entirely OS X and Intel native, meaning all legacy code has been stripped out. These changes go beyond mere feature additions and enhancements to offer significant improvements in performance. Of course you will need OS X 10.6.x to take full advantage of these changes. A complete rebuild of the application code base is not merely cosmetic but, being "under the hood" is not immediately obvious to the uninformed user. I'm not an uncritical fan of Adobe. But I believe they should be evaluated on the specifics of their programs. Broad brush criticism is intrinsically useless.
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Version 4.0.2
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
06 June 2010
B. JEFFERSON LE BLANC I learn and use an enormous amount of software. Some of that is far more rewarding and better designed than others. I may be able to quite amazingly difficult and tedious work in the wrong applications but believe that is silly and a huge time waster. I rate Bridge a low level cludge. I can sort, comment, group and preview Adobe's files far more easily and CLEARLY, without constantly resorting to buried documentation in Finder/Coverflow than I can in Bridge. Even its general layout and appearance just gets in your way. Adobe may fiddle with it all it wants but it just gets a C- from me.
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Version 4.0.2
Neutralzone
Neutralzone
07 June 2010
I'm with B. Jefferson here. It seems you are not using Bridge in the manner for which it is intended. I often turn to Bridge to do and find out things the Finder cannot do efficiently. If I need to view 8 images together and rate and keyword them, can't do it in Finder; you can do the viewing part but not the rating and keyword part. If I want to select 6 images and make a Photoshop panorama from them, the Tools menu in Bridge puts you straight into the Photoshop Photomerge dialog in one step while any other way requires additional steps. If I want to browse the IPTC and EXIF metadata, or filter the view on them, Bridge is easier and more comprehensive than Finder or Preview. If you want to examine magnified details of multiple images to compare sharpness and don't have Bridge, you'd need to buy Aperture to do that in an Apple product because the Finder will not do it. After many years of using the Finder I am aware of more of its features than many Mac users I talk to, so it's not because I don't know how to use that. But knowing that, I can see where Bridge goes well beyond what the Finder can do, because Finder is general purpose and Bridge is more of a workflow optimizer. Maybe you are talking about an old version of Bridge. Those were pretty bad, and often worth avoiding. But the CS4 and CS5 versions are much improved. Maybe you should really sit down and take a second look.
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Version 4.0.2
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
07 June 2010
You have made several valid points. And maybe I have sucked on this sour lemon one time too many. Metadata can be handled in Finder with the aid of several 3rd party tools. Rating can be done similarly. Bridge CS4 has got me too many times I guess, and I do find it tedious, ugly and slow. If I seem to be concentrating more on my tools than my work, there is something wrong.
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Version 4.0.2
Eggshell
Eggshell
07 June 2010
Jefferson : My comment matches perfectly the context of MU - I , unlike you assume that the majority of the people here are well informed and know what they are talking about . That's why I don't go into details , they would be specific only to my experience on my specific system . On the other hand what you do instead of sharing Your personal experience ( which is the point of MU , mind you ) is recycling the largely popular CS5 features - I even doubt you really used CS5 . It's really tyresome to see the same old omissions and interface inconsistencies ( Ps,Br) that should've been resolved several version ago . Finally what is important is not if it's cocoa or carbon, 64 or 32 bit but how it runs on your particular system , your overall experience
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Version 4.0.2
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
07 June 2010
EGGSHELL - Again with the bootless generalizations. Your off-hand dismissal of the code improvements in CS5 suggests you are not as knowledgeable as you appear to think you are. The move to OS X native code (Cocoa) throughout will improve performance even in OS X 10.5; 64 bit operation will provide even more of a boost in Snow Leopard. These are not trivial matters, however "popular" they may be. In regard to how well informed MU readers are, if we were all equally well informed there would be no need for these user reviews and comments, would there? The actual purpose of these forums is, I believe, to share information, precisely because no group of users, however large or small, is ever equally well informed. As for your own experience, it's relevant because that's what you actually know. What you've heard others say is second-hand information at best. For instance, what are the "old omissions and interface inconsistencies" that bug you so much? It might be useful for us to know; assuming as you do that we already know what you don't like is just intellectual laziness on your part. You are right, though, that I have not tried any of the CS5 apps - because I cannot yet afford them and messing with trial versions will just muck up my workflow as well as create potential problems when I do upgrade (as CS4 trial versions did for some people when they were not completely uninstalled). Which is exactly why I'd like to know what in particular you don't like (and do like for that matter) about CS5 so that I might have a better idea of what to look out for and look forward to. And that's why I find your blanket criticism useless. There's no information in it. I don't doubt there are, in fact, what some people consider to be, as you say, old omissions and interface inconsistencies in CS5. But exactly the same criticism has been leveled at every upgrade of Adobe's apps as far back as I can remember (Photoshop 2.5), which is why I've gone to the trouble of calling you out on it. It's old news. If I knew exactly what you find objectionable I might agree or I might not, but at least I would have something concrete to go on. As it is you've had the pleasure of publicly venting your spleen but have not offered us anything constructive or helpful. If you can take the time to put me down, try a little harder and tell me something I can use instead.
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Version 4.0.2
Eggshell
Eggshell
07 June 2010
@Jefferson > Dude , I don't mind you having an opinion . I do mind when someone comes here doing plain copy/paste of the latest features and specifics and considers that an opinion . You don't say anything that I already know . Go try the apps and then come back . Otherwise it's completely useless . As for the details , go check the Adobe forums , I share my pain over there . I don't consider MU the place to go down and dirty as the developpers won't never bother to check here
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Version 4.0.2
Aljuk
11 September 2007
Dreadful. Photoshop integration has vanished, and Bridge no longer "sees" stored Photoshop actions, so batch processing is now non-functional. Stock Photos doesn't work at all. Bridge initiates an internet connection when you do ANYTHING (eg. click on a local image, open a folder) which slows it to a crawl. CS2 Bridge worked fine, CS3 Bridge is total crap. And to make things even worse it can't be uninstalled without deleting the entire suite.
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Version 2.1
$20.99

2.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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