ACDSee Pro
ACDSee Pro
3.7

3.1

ACDSee Pro free download for Mac

ACDSee Pro

3.7
02 October 2015

Fast and effective image viewer and browser.

Overview

ACDSee Pro can accelerate your photography workflow. Manage and view your images with speed and ease. ACDSee Pro is the photography software with the flexibility to adapt to the way you work; helping you optimize every aspect of your workflow.

Unlike catalog-based photo applications, you don't need to spend valuable time importing files that are already on your hard drive and connected devices.

ACDSee Pro automatically detects your devices, including cameras, photo frames and external memory. Browse these devices directly, and simply drag and drop to copy the images onto your hard drive.

Access folders and files live, in real time. When you browse a folder, ACDSee Pro instantly populates the file list with thumbnails of your photos.

What's new in ACDSee Pro

Version 3.7:
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Trance
18 August 2009

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is the price a misprint? ....i find that hard to believe they would ask for $169 for this app. I tried the last version and it was obvious it was written by windows developers. At the moment it's rubbish, it might improve .....but i would not even pay $20 for it, there are much better alternatives at the moment
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Version 1.1
zlazkow
21 July 2019
what is ACDsee Photo Studio ? I get their emails with promotional price $50 for PhotoStudio 5.
How it compares to GraphicConverter or Acorn ?
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Version 3.7
chikega
28 May 2018
ACDSee Pro is at version 4.2 (744) and works well with High Sierra. It's a familiar layout if you work with the PC version.
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Version 3.7
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Lee B.
Lee B.
28 December 2018
isn't that Photo Studio? Where did you download ACDSee Pro 4.2 (744) for Mac? There should be a legal public trial link you have and can share?
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tvalleau
09 December 2017
ACDSee version 4 is out. Works fine with High Sierra, and is a pretty good replacement for LightRoom, at least as far as indexing images goes.
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Version 3.7
2 answer(s)
Lee B.
Lee B.
28 December 2018
isn't that Photo Studio? Where did you download ACDSee Pro 4 for Mac? There should be a legal public trial link you have and can share?
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tvalleau
tvalleau
28 December 2018
Since I posted that, PhotoStudio has been updated to version 5. Yes. The current version for both Mac and PC is called "PhotoStudio". Here is the URL:
https://www.acdsee.com/en/products/photo-studio-mac
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neils1958
02 January 2017
Acdsee PRO for the MAC OS, does not work on the latest version of the OS. Here is the post and the response I have gotten from Acdsee. This was posted in November 23, 2016. They are still selling the product, that does not work, the Beta that they referred to for version 4, is still not available. They suggested that they would have it out before Christmas, they did not make it. Here is the link for the site where you can buy the product that does not work. Note there is no disclaimer that it wont work with the current MAC OSX. http://www.acdsee.com/en/products/acdsee-pro-3-mac I have been very patient waiting for this new version (Of note: Mac OS 10.12.1 Sierra, was released September 20,2016. As a software developer, they should have had it in their hands to verify that it worked before then). We are now in 2017, and it is still not supported. By not supported, what I really mean is it does not work. Not even to just view the pictures you have on your Mac. Any idea when Acdsee will work on a Mac? I have Acdsee MAC Pro 3.7.201 and Mac OS 10.12.1 Sierra. This doesn't work and the answer from support was ... NOT SUPPORTED. Yet, they are still selling this software. $29.95 with no disclaimer that it doesn't yet work with the latest software. I have been a customer since the '80's. Started out with PC's and moved to Mac about 10 years ago. I upgraded my OS about 2 months ago, shortly after that noticed that Acdsee was not working, called support and they said that I should sign up for the Beta for Acdsee Mac Pro 4.0, of course that is not yet available.
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Version 3.6
incrzr
25 March 2014
ACDsee is an annoying spam-producer. Never subscirbe to their newsletter. You will not be able to get rid of them.
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Version 3.6
Workinman
02 December 2013
A guy in my digital photo club kept going on and on and on and on about how great ACDSee was. So when I saw it on sale for $49 instead of Aperature's $79, I said okay I'll give it a go. Silly me, I didn't try the demo and I listened to this Windows-user's ranting and raving and just bought it. What a mistake. For starters, it offers me nothing in correction features that were all that much different than iPhoto. Second, the "dark" look just feels cheap. It's not well-implemented like Apple's and Adobe's apps are. Third, the responsiveness sometimes lags, and I'm on a MacPro with 16GB of ram. It's not a lot, but enough to be noticeable. Finally, the interface just feels… wrong. I don't know how to describe it. It's just frustrating and I can't put my finger on why. Really wish I had saved the money and put it toward Aperature. I don't think ACDSee was worth $49, let alone $99. (And they tried to tack on these extra subscription things when I went to purchase.)
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Version 3.0
Andy-Hewitt
27 May 2013
I've just tried the Demo of V3 (preparing for whether Aperture continues or not), but can't say I've warmed to this at all. It seems to have less features than even the free offerings from 'darktable' and 'RawTherapee', has nothing in the way of auto corrections (I like to use as a starting point), no second display support (RawTherapee does for free), and no hardware profiles (darktable does, also for free). I think you realise how good Aperture is once you try out the alternatives. For me, this has nothing to offer over the free Raw packages, image quality was not visibly any better, and certainly nothing to convince me to migrate from Aperture. Probably worth considering if you're starting out, or only have a small library, but for me, I think darktable or RawTherapee are better choices if you don't want to spend out on Aperture or LightRoom.
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Version 3.0
Macaros
02 August 2012
If you have a large collection of photos as you move the mouse wheel it behaves like a beta program.
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Version 2.1
Frodo8
08 March 2012
The current version 1.9 is not much better than the early beta. It is still bug ridden and has minimum image correction tools. It chokes on large tasks. The online manual was ported over from the PC side and does not represent the Mac version in many cases. It was in beta for almost a year and gathered a good following that sent in a huge amount of corrections and suggestions most of which were never implemented or ignored. This version has been out for over a year without any changes or updates. The original following has essentially all fallen away from sheer disappointment and lack of dialog from the developer ACD who remains mum on anything. Many originally spent $170 for the app which has dropped to just $70 to try to get someone to buy it. This could be a great program if ACD paid attention to it but they may do the same thing they did with Canvas for Mac - get people to buy it then drop all development and support.
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Version 1.9
Coolapic
30 November 2011
Years ago ACDSee used to make a pretty good product (Canvas) but it's now going from bad to worse... Even worse, once they have your money they may well stop developing it, like they already did with Canvas, and you may then be in big trouble next time Apple releases a new system... My advice : Stay away from all ACDSee products, this no longer a serious company !
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Version 1.9
$99.99

3.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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