ACDSee Pro 8 and ACDSee 18 are here! These babies are jam-packed with new features to accelerate your photography management and editing workflow. And by “babies”, I kind of mean the opposite of babies. They’re colossal applications — yet somehow move swiftly and stealthily like great golden eagles!

Check out photographer Peter Pereira’s first look at ACDSee Pro 8.

  1. Don Warren says:

    I had ACDSee 8.1 Build 99 But lost it when I upgraded to windows 7. Is there anyway to download that older version ??

    • acdsystemsit says:

      Hi Don,
      I’m afraid we don’t have access to any builds prior to 2011. If you are really attached to ACDSee 8, you could try Googling for a build. But ultimately, I would recommend upgrading to ACDSee 18. It has a lot more features and is compatible with modern OS’s, while staying true to the style of application you’re used to. Hope you’re having a great week. Sorry I couldn’t help you out more with ACDSee 8.

  2. Richard says:

    Can you tell me the difference between the Pro 8 and the Pro 8 Ultimate?

    • Hi Richard,
      ACDSee Ultimate 8 has all of the features of Pro 8, but it also possesses a layered editor, which you can use in tandem with countless image editing tools to answer an unparalleled number of creative graphic and image composition needs. You can start with a blank image and layer as many elements as you want onto it. ACDSee Ultimate 8 is the first digital asset management software with layers.

  3. Mark Yarbrough says:

    What tutorial resources are available? I haven’t found any VIDEO Tutuorial worth looking at.

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