What's New in Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual
Adobe Bridge is a powerful and versatile tool that helps you organize, manage, and access your creative assets. Whether you work with photos, videos, audio, or documents, Bridge lets you preview, edit, and share your files with ease. In this article, we will explore some of the new features and enhancements that Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual offers.
Enhanced User Interface
One of the first things you will notice in Adobe Bridge 2020 is the improved user interface that matches the look and feel of other Creative Cloud applications. You can also customize the appearance, text size, and scaling of the interface according to your preferences. To do so, go to Edit > Preferences > Interface and adjust the settings as you like.
Improved Creative Cloud Libraries
Creative Cloud Libraries are a great way to store and access your assets across different applications and devices. With Adobe Bridge 2020, you can now view high-quality previews of your library items and select multiple items to see them together. You can also drag and drop files from your computer or from Bridge to your libraries, and vice versa.
Centralized Cache Management
Cache files are used by Bridge to store thumbnails and metadata of your files for faster browsing and searching. However, cache files can also take up a lot of disk space and slow down your system performance. To solve this problem, Adobe Bridge 2020 introduces a new feature that allows you to share a cache with other Bridge users on a network. This way, you can save disk space and avoid rebuilding the cache on different machines. To enable this feature, go to Tools > Manage Cache and choose the option to export or import a shared cache.
Edit Capture Time
If you work with digital photos, you may sometimes need to change the capture time of your images for various reasons. For example, you may want to correct the time zone difference or adjust the sequence of your photos. With Adobe Bridge 2020, you can now easily edit the capture time of JPEG and RAW image files by going to Tools > Adjust Date And Time.
In addition to the above features, Adobe Bridge 2020 also offers some other improvements and bug fixes, such as:
Support for Retina and HiDPI displays
Easy upload of images to Adobe Stock
Native PDF Output Module
Quick organization and stacking of panoramic and HDR images
Publishing to Adobe Portfolio
Support for CEP HTML5 extensions
Flexible batch processing
Centralized color settings
To learn more about Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual, you can visit the official website or download a free trial version from here.
How to Use Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual
Adobe Bridge 2020 is a user-friendly and intuitive application that you can use to manage your creative assets. Here are some basic steps to get you started:
Launch Adobe Bridge 2020 from your desktop or from the Start menu.
Use the Folders panel on the left to navigate to the location where your files are stored. You can also use the Favorites panel to access your frequently used folders.
Use the Content panel on the right to view the thumbnails and details of your files. You can also use the Filter panel to narrow down your search by various criteria.
Use the Preview panel on the bottom to see a larger preview of your selected file. You can also use the Metadata panel to view and edit the information of your file.
Use the Tools menu to perform various actions on your files, such as renaming, moving, copying, deleting, rotating, resizing, and more.
Use the Output workspace to create PDF contact sheets, web galleries, or slideshows of your files.
Use the Edit menu to access the preferences and settings of Adobe Bridge 2020.
To learn more about how to use Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual, you can check out the online help or watch some video tutorials from here.