ACDSee releases new multi-document interface editing software Gemstone

ACD Systems International has launched its new standalone Multi-Document Interface (MDI) image-editor, Gemstone. With a layered editor and up-to-date RAW support, the $79.99 Gemstone is set to offer users of the software a new element to their editing experience, the company said.

“We’re thrilled to release our latest software to the market in Gemstone,” says Frank Lin,  COO and CTO, ACDSee. “Gemstone is our latest multi-document interface, with a layered editor and RAW support. After the success of the Beta back in the summer, we’re thrilled to finally release the new version to our audience.

“Gemstone Photo Editor 12 has all the artistry and layered prowess you need to satisfy your photo editing desires, no matter how complex the composition. For maximum productivity, the MDI layered editor allows you to carve your images into full-spectrum splendor.”

The top features of Gemstone include:

  • Built-in RAW image support for over 500 camera models.
  • Have multiple documents open at once as well as easily providing a split view.
  • Full layered editor.

ACDSee has incorporated some features from ACDSee Photo Studio Home 2022 into Gemstone, including:

  • Light EQ
  • Frequency Separation
  • Path text
  • Pixel Targeting
  • Color Wheels
  • Tone wheels
  • Liquify Tool