ACD Systems has released version 1.6 of their digital imaging software,
ACDSee. The new version gains OS X compatibility and several other enhancements. The new update is available as a free download for existing ACDSee users.
ACDSee enables users to view, browse and organize images quickly and efficiently — the software can also export to HTML. Users can organize movie and audio clips, including MPEG files and MP3 files. ACDSee supports more than 40 different formats.
In addition to OS X compatibility, ACDSee 1.6 adds support for TWAIN-compliant scanners. The software also supports Exif metadata. The HTML generation tool has been relocated, and the print management system design and interface has been improved. Several bugs have been fixed as well.
ACDSee requires a Power Mac running at 266MHz or faster; Mac OS 8.6 or later (including Mac OS X); QuickTime 4.0 or later; 8MB free RAM; 6MB available HD space.
The software is available as a free trial download. The software costs US$39.95 to purchase directly from ACD Systems.
In related news, ACD Systems announced plans to exhibit at next month’s Macworld Expo in New York City. The company will be on hand to demonstrate ACDSee running on Mac OS X.