12 Nov ACD System’s Photo Studio for Mac 8 adds M1 compatibility, better tools and more
Source: DP Review
ACD Systems has launched Photo Studio for Mac 8, a digital asset management tool that runs natively on macOS. The new version is the first Photo Studio software to run natively on Macs with M1-based Apple Silicon, including the new MacBook Pro models.
Photo Studio for Mac 8 includes user-friendly graphical user interface improvements that allow for easier navigation. The look of Photo Studio for Mac 8 better fits with the existing macOS presentation. While your computer is idle, a new customizable Indexer efficiently organizes your assets.
The software also includes new color-related tools for photo editing, such as Color LUTs, Color Wheels, Tone Wheels, Dehaze, Skin tune and the addition of Contrast to the Color EQ tool. Users can precisely target and adjust saturation, hue, brightness, contrast, highlights, midtones, shadows, and contrast balance.
To summarize, per ACD Systems, Photo Studio for Mac 8 includes the following new features:
With widespread performance gains, ACDSee Photo Studio 8 is a Universal app that runs natively on Macs with an Apple Silicon chip. Use the ACDSee Mobile Sync app to wirelessly and instantly send photos and videos directly to ACDSee Photo Studio 8 from your iOS or Android mobile device. With the ACDSee Indexer, background indexing of your assets occurs while the computer is idle, keeping the ACDSee database up-to-date automatically. Filmstrip View provides a full-size view of your photos in Manage mode while you browse and organize. Navigator is used to zoom into an image
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