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Old Jun 9, 2007, 2:52 AM   #1
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excuse my dumb question but do you know ifcan plug opanda iexif (any iexif) into my photo viewer acdsee8.1, also this viewer wants to reduce my photos to 8 bit, did i understandthis right? if so, it seems thats not good, is it time to ditch this s/w, what viewer is most common?
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Old Jun 10, 2007, 3:19 PM   #2
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I recently got rid of ACDSee also.
I am now using a program called FastStone Image Viewer.
It is not only a viewer but it has a lot of editing and conversion features.
It works great and it's free.


http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm

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Old Jun 11, 2007, 9:39 AM   #3
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Hi Hagar

thanks for the tip, i am downloading it and will give it a try!

thanks again
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Old Jun 23, 2007, 3:20 PM   #4
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The handy thing about Opanda professional is that you canedit if you

need to correct wrong date..etc,then save the Iexif to the desktop so

that if after PP the Iexif gets lost you can then add the saved Iexif onto the

PP pic file, the free trial doesn't allow all the exif information possible, you need to

register if you want all it's facilities but whatyou getin the free trial is

usually enough also the latest vers of power Ixef is vers 2.3

other free pic viewers that you can read Ixefs with are IrfanView and XnView.

ps in Windows picture and fax viewer (windows XP)you can also read iexifs..right

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Old Aug 7, 2007, 3:27 PM   #5
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More free exif editors and viewers

http://www.photo-freeware.net/quick-exif-editor.php

http://www.photome.de/download_eng.html

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

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May I suggest something that was written in response to what I didn't like about AcdSee anymore... ie. the bloat...



free version - www.pictureviewerpro.com



simple image viewing with the mouse etc.


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What's wrong with ACDSee? I have 7.0 and it is fast and straightforward, unlike Picasa which is too cumbersome and all encompassing to the point of taking over your whole computer.

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As a footnote (no pun intended, footjoy) - what's wrong with ACDSee version 3.0 ? I've used it for years and much prefer it to the later versions. It started to run poorly on my computer a few weeks ago, but I think that was because the computer was cluttered with other things, as I've since re-formated the hard drive, and ACDSee again runs as well as ever.

I've tried Faststone and find it's very similar to ACDSee 3.0 - in some ways a bit more capable and in others just a shade less convenient. I have two computers - both of them fairly old by today's standards - and use ACDSee on one and Faststone on the other.

For more sophisticated photo manipulation I use Photoshop Elements version 2.0. As with ACDSee, I much prefer this older and easier-to-use Photoshop version.
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also this viewer wants to reduce my photos to 8 bit, did i understandthis right?
I'm using ACDSee Photo Manager 2009 (version 11) and works great! Not sure what u mean by the reducing to 8 bit, but all my photos are 24 bit (bit depth) with ACDSee 2009.
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