ACD Systems International has released the latest version of its popular ACDSee Photo Studio software for the Mac 10 operating system.

The new Media Mode interface enables users to quickly find files by date, rating or colour labelling. (Source: ACD Systems International.)

The new software adds features two completely new modes: People Mode and Media Mode, to the powerful file organisation and photo editing tools for which the software is renowned. People Mode is designed for anyone who takes photos of people and provides a central hub for naming faces in photos and managing people in a database. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) backed mode groups similar unnamed faces together to make confirming or denying labelling suggestions from the AI assistant highly efficient. The new, streamlined Media Mode has been developed to help photographers eliminate digital clutter. It focuses only on files and folders in the ACDSee database, making it easier to locate photos with rating and colour label filters, or group and sort by a number of ways, to yield clear results.

ACDSee Photo Studio for Mac 10 is a total package for photographers working on the Mac platform, from beginners to professionals. It includes tips and tutorials to help users to manage, perfect and present their images. The latest version of the software is available now to buy outright (MSRP US$99.99). A free trial download is available from the ACDSee website.