Joined on Nov 16, 2018


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Glen Barrington: Gosh! You didn't even mention Light EQ and Pixel Targeting! Two of the most useful tools in the ACDSee Toolbox!

Light EQ - divides the image in up to 3 - 9 different tonal ranges, or zones, and allows the user to adjust tonality of each range separately. This allows the user to display all or the DR their camera captures. REALLY REALLY useful Dev Tab and Edit Tab.

Pixel Targeting - allows the user to interactively create a mask by sliding color and tonality sliders while a tiny mask thumbnail changes as the sliders move. In 2021, it is only in the Edit tab (Ultimate version) but exists in almost every editing tool. This allows the user create a mask for a specific editing tool for both really unique situations, and for detailed adjustements. In the 2022 version, it will be added to the Development tab, so I assume it will be available in ACDSee Pro, as well.

NR is it's weakest feature, no question about it. I use Topaz DeNoise AI, runs as a plugin in edit tab.

Maybe the incentive they have is not the same as yours?

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2021 at 23:34 UTC

I liked the xt1 so much when it came out but the reviews about slow focusing kept me away even though the flashy reviews; then the xt2 came out OMG fuji fixed everything bad on the xt1 , well... i decided to wait a bit longer and the xt3 came out shaking the market as the best camera of the year, after so many firmwares already I guess i'll just wait for the xt4 so all things fixed ;)

Link | Posted on Nov 16, 2018 at 12:36 UTC as 2nd comment | 2 replies
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