Image Files Management: Is there an 'ACDSee' equivalent for MAC?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by aquasky, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. aquasky macrumors newbie

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    Hi

    To keep it simple, having moved from a Vista PC I am searching for an equivalent of 'ACDSee' for MAC to work with my digital photos?

    iPhoto I cannot get used to - I need something that works directly with original image files/folders and has none of this importing weirdness...

    Yes, I know one can disable the copying of images when importing to iPhoto, but I want to be able to browse through my photos, re-organise the actual folders on the hard drive and delete those I do not want to keep. I think iPhoto will never allow you to delete an original image from the hard disk (IS THIS CORRECT?) (yes, it can delete a file previously copied (or imported without copying) into the iPhoto library, but not the original image file.

    Thank you for your help in advance.
     
  2. Amigaman macrumors regular

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    Xee is as close to ACDsee as you're going to get on OS X.
     
  3. aquasky thread starter macrumors newbie

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  4. zephead macrumors 68000

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    There's also a really good program called Phoenix Slides which is basically an image viewer for your pictures already on your hard drive. It also does some basic image manipulation too.

    Just a bit of a warning though if you still have Tiger: don't click around in the /dev and /automount folders on the top level of your volume or else it'll kernel panic you. It's fixed in Leopard, though.
     
  5. jim mac macrumors newbie

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    Looks in not too long there will be ACDSee Pro for Mac. You can sign up for the beta program at the following link.
    http://www.acdsee.com/offers/proformac
     
  6. jon08 macrumors 65816

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    Hmm, what about a Windows-equivalent program that lets you do batch resizing/renaming etc. without losing the pics quality and all that?

    I've tried Picasa 3, but it bothers me that after each resize, it makes the pic slightly brighter....
     

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