I've got a Note I, and wouldn't trade it for anything. 18 months, and still going like a champ. Skipping the Note II, but holding off on the Galaxy IV...perhaps a Note III this fall??
Glen Barrington: Do they still freeze Raw camera support to whatever cameras were released at the time that ACDSee Pro was released? Also, is the DNG support NOT specific to Native DNG cameras? (in other words, can I open dng files created by lightroom?) Can I create DNG files from ACDSee pro? I'm willing to consider a change at this point from Lr, but I have no interest in throwing away a bunch of work either!
I stopped using AcDsee when they started with the "suite" thingy like everyone is prone to do. I just wanted a quick & dirty image viewer that I could maybe resize & crop photos when I was in a hurry and didn't want to wait on photoshop. Since I found the Faststone image viewer, I had almost forgotten about AcDsee.
atari_ckx: Some years ago I used (and liked) ACD See, but now I'm very happy with FastStone Image Viewer, is FAST, FREE and have the most useful features (for me). I've a collection of over 50.000 photos and it handles it without hassles, very fast.
Of course no have any relationship neither ACD See's nor FastStone, but you must try it ... and finally, it's free!!
Same here. I was with ACDSEE from the old days, but it got bloated and expensive. FastStone works perfectly for my needs too!