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ACDSee Pro can work with a large number of file formats. so that it opens these file formats in the future, check each file type by clicking in the white square . Sharing and Downloading with ACDSee SeeDriveā„¢. File Type. Displays all the files grouped by their file type. To deselect a file type, click the checkbox. You can select almost any image file type, including RAW and TIFF, and ACDSee will convert the file to JPG automatically before uploading. To Upload Photos.

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Login or Sign Up Log in with. Search in titles only. Filtering files in Manage Mode according to file type afdsee “Developed” settings. Filtering files in Manage Mode according to file type and “Developed” settings Hi all, I’m looking for a way in Manage Mode to filter my files for the following criteria: This is not optimal, but better than nothing.


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I have filegype through all the options available, but the only settings regarding this in “Advanced filter” is the possibility to filter to just show Image files, but no further constraint seem possible. For bI’m clueless on how to accomplish. Gus, thank you, the solution for grouping after processed state is exactly what I was looking for!

As for the “RAW only” display, I’d like to find a more permanent afdsee. The “Search” method is good for on-demand filtering, but it gets reset after using other filter options for the catalogue.

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Probably I will have to organize my catalogue fileype a different way and actually split it into two catalogues: One catalog for managing all of my original RAW files, and the other one for managing all final images.

A permanent filter for wild card file types would be a great feature, tho.

I think it would be quite easy to implement to differentiate between Bitmap and RAW files, as ACDSee knows all the file types and their purpose already. Last edited by Janto ; Originally posted by Janto View Post.


Hi MAU, thank you, the hint for the smart collections was gold!

Exactly what I wanted to achieve. I have been “playing” filftype them recently because I want to do something similar to you but with “Snapshots”.

So far I have not found any way for filtering or searching for developed images that include Snapshots. Aacdsee Contact Us Go to top.

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