SEATTLE — (BUSINESS WIRE) — August 9, 2012 — ACD Systems Inc. today announced the release of ACDSee Free. ACDSee Free is a PC image viewer that allows users to scroll through images and zoom in and out at an extremely fast pace. This product also gives users a host of options that make it easy to share and print images.
This streamlined tool puts ACDSee’s legendary viewing speed to work for your photos. ACDSee Free will display photos fast without any delay or waiting and will automatically display your photo at the best size that can fit on the screen. With a variety of zoom options, ACDSee Free lets you quickly see your photos at the level you need. Simply double-click on a photo to view it at full-screen and quickly scroll through all your photos in the desired folder. Rotate photos, copy or save them to a different location on your computer, or set your favorite image as your desktop wallpaper.
Printing options allow users to choose the format and orientation, print multiple copies, and add headers, footers, and captions.
ACDSee Free supports a variety of image file types, including BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF, WBMP, PCX, PIC, WMF and EMF.
ACDSee Free is available as a free download from acdsee.com.
About ACD Systems
Founded in Texas in 1993 by imaging visionary Doug Vanderkerkhove, ACD Systems is one of the largest and most respected independent digital editing and management companies in the world.
Doug foresaw the importance of the convergence of analog and digital (print, photos, scans, video and metadata). The company’s products include ACDSee Pro 5, ACDSee 14, and Canvas 14 + GIS, which helps Fortune 500 companies enhance, manage and disseminate their valuable digital assets.
Customers include General Motors, Caterpillar, Boeing, The New York City Fire Department, NASA, CNN and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Today ACD holds six patents and millions of ACDSee products are in use throughout the world. In fact, ACDSee products are so popular in Asia that they are second only to Louis Vuitton in product piracy.