ACDSee Pro 2 (Mac) Build 138 Release Notes

New Features

  • 64-bit
  • Import
  • Color Labels
  • Calendar
  • Slideshow
  • Catalog Folders
  • Find Duplicates
  • Red Eye Correction
  • Light EQ and Advanced Lighting
  • Clarity
  • Soft Focus
  • Cross Process
  • Split Toning
  • Post-Crop Vignette
  • ACDSee Online
  • Customizable columns in List View
  • Customizable status bar
  • Customizable keyboard shortcuts
  • Customizable View mode and Full Screen background color
  • Sort By EXIF Date/Time
  • Sort By Portrait/Landscape
  • Preferences to show only images or videos only
  • Preferences for Develop mode pane position
  • Select Tagged


  • GUI improvements throughout the application
  • Batch processing performance
  • Improved Sharpening that may result in slightly different output when viewed in Pro 2 before committing processing changes in Pro 1
  • Improved White Balance to offer preset dropdowns for different conditions
  • Batch error reporting
  • Improved IPTC editing for multiple selected files
  • Improved Maker Note support for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax, and Fujifilm cameras
  • Improved Batch Rename design

General Notes

  • File names that contain &\/:*?"<>| may cause errors when managing or developing on your local hard drive or connected devices, or when uploading to ACDSee Online. Users are urged to not use &\/:*?"<>| in file names or folders.
  • The minimum year that EXIF Date/Time Original can be set to is 1900 using Batch Adjust Time Stamp.
  • You can not develop images that are located in a locked folder or read-only device such as a CD.
  • If "Replace existing files" is unchecked in the Import dialog, and the destination folder contains a file with the same name, the file on your camera will not be imported.
  • In Batch Rename, the Literal token displays @ when a character is typed into the field for "Starting from". Typing a number will resolve this issue.
  • Saving NEF images to compressed TIF s results in black images

Supported RAW cameras depend on the latest RAW updates from Apple that have been installed on your computer.