Adobe Bridge CC info:-
Adobe Bridge CC is Adobe’s flagship desktop media browser and powerful digital asset manager that allows you to efficiently locate, organize, browse, preview, and batch process your content files – including most image, vector, audio and video files. You can view in fullscreen and manage Photoshop PSD, Camera RAW, Illustrator AI, InDesign INDD, Adobe XD, Acrobat PDF, Flash SWF/FLV, and many other types of files and documents, all without paid programs.
While Bridge won’t edit the content of these files on its own, it works beautifully as an easy-to-use visual gateway to all your creative assets – a very handy utility for quickly viewing and working with your creative files in many different formats Adobe and otherwise. Bridge can also manage & set file metadata, create collections, add image watermarks, rate & label photographs, do slideshows, perform batch file operations including renaming, browse directories without importing, support multi-user workflows, and more. And it’s available worldwide in dozens of languages, with 32- and 64-bit versions for both Windows and macOS.What’s less known is that the license to run/use Bridge is completely free from Adobe and never expires! It doesn’t matter whether you’re running a free CC trial or a paid subscription.
Adobe Bridge CC Details:-
Adobe Bridge is often used to organize files by renaming a group of them at once, assigning colored labels or star ratings assigned to files from the respective Adobe software suite, edit embedded or associated XMP and IPTC Information Interchange Model metadata, or sort or categorize them based on their metadata. It can use these options through different versions of a file that is part of an Adobe Version Cue project. However, it lacks the photo editing functions of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Image files can be shown in different sized thumbnails, slide shows or lists. Each folder, which can be bookmarked, has a cache file for speeding up rendering time of images when viewing a thumbnail. The cache can be in one central location or in individual folders.Adobe Bridge can be invoked from within all components of Creative Suite except Adobe Acrobat.Coupled with Adobe Photoshop, Bridge can execute Photoshop’s compatible automation plug-ins, scripts and Adobe Camera Raw filters on a group of images. A plugin for Photoshop called Mini Bridge adds a small file browser to Photoshop, although Mini Bridge can be used only if Adobe Bridge is running in the background. Please see more information…..
Adobe Bridge CC References:-
- Adobe Bridge included with the stand-alone Adobe Photoshop”. Archived from the original on 22 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
- The cache in Adobe Bridge”. Archived from the original on 5 April 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
- Adobe Bridge is not included with the standalone version of Adobe Acrobat 8″. Archived from the original on 22 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
- Adobe Stock Photos”. Retrieved 2008-02-29.
- The Adobe Stock Photos service was discontinued by Adobe on April 1st, 2008″. Archived from the original on 11 June 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-16.
What Is Adobe Bridge?
Adobe Bridge is a companion program for Photoshop. Bridge is often referred to as a digital asset manager, or a media manager. That’s because Adobe Bridge gives us powerful ways to find, manage and organize our ever-growing collection of images. In fact, Bridge isn’t limited to just photos, or just Photoshop. Bridge is actually a companion program for every app in the Adobe Creative Cloud (or the Creative Suite). We can use Bridge to manage not just images but also Adobe Illustrator files, InDesign files, videos, and more! Since we’re mainly interested in Photoshop, we’ll focus on how we can use Bridge with our photos.