ACDSee released Photo Studio for Mac 9

ACDSee released Photo Studio for Mac 9. Here are the main features listed in the press release:

• The go-to Mac product for all your photography needs.
• New performance and user interface enhancements for faster workflow.
• Facial Detection and Recognition and faces in your images for naming, and keep people organized.
• New Right-side Develop Pane, easily take control of your Develop mode workflow with the new pane for Develop Presets, History, and Snapshots.
• Develop Presets, save and manage Develop mode presets, including over 50 new preinstalled presets.
• History, allows for a step-by-step display of the changes made to an image.
• Snapshots, make quick, complex changes to an image using parameters you’ve saved.
• Info Palette and Histogram Pane in Manage mode, keep an eye on the important metadata of your photos in Manage mode.
• Filter Keywords and Categories, find and organize quickly and easily with keyword and category filtering in Manage Mode.
• Metadata Removal, easily remove EXIF, IPTC and ACDSee Metadata from your images.
• Perfect your images with a suite of non-destructive editing tools.
• Sign up for ACDID using your Apple ID, Google, or Microsoft accounts to make signing up, and logging in, a breeze.

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