The graphic editor is very powerful and it makes it easy for the user to navigate through hundreds of images.
Plus, you can set ratings, categories and captions, use a magnifying glass and image navigator, create a slideshow, convert file formats, rotate or resize image, adjust image exposure and time stamp, automatically set auto exposure, crop, use red eye reduction, modify sharpness, color depth, add noise and effects, and others.
ACD Photo Editor lets you easily manipulate the details of an image. It offers daily tips which are especially useful for novice users.
Here you can use advanced features of the photo correction wizard for exposure, red eye, noise, crop, effects, color, sharpness, resize, rotate, and text.
Editing tools include rectangular, elliptical, or magic wand selection, eye dropper, pencil, airbrush, flood fill, dodge, burn, and clone tool.
ACD FotoSlate enables you to create a layout for printing. You simply have to select the images, choose the pages (pre-defined, or you can create them by using Page Designer), and finally sort images by dragging and dropping them onto the pages.
Every task is easily accomplished, and ACDSee offers useful tips every step of the way. All three programs found in the ACDSee PowerPack use a small amount of CPU and memory resources.
The bottom line is that ACDSee PowerPack contains all the elements you need for viewing, editing, arranging and printing images, and we recommend you try it.