Adobe Bridge CC will provide users with centralized access to all of their media assets they need for their creative projects.
This nifty piece of software will help you quickly and easily batch edit, add watermarks as well as set centralized color preferences. You can also rapidly find, filter, sort, organize your media files and other digital assets.
Cross-platform 64-bit support
With 64-bit support, you can browse, search, organize, and view all your creative assets with no lag time — even very large raw files you open with Adobe Camera Raw.
Adobe Mini Bridge
Access your creative assets even more conveniently from Adobe Mini Bridge, a customizable panel within Adobe InDesign® and Photoshop®. Sort and filter, and then drag files right into your document.
Flexible batch processing
Save time by batch processing images using Adobe Camera Raw. Make organization easier with batch file renaming. Use the Find and Replace command to select files. Customize your dialog box by dragging and dropping the desired fields.
Work better together
The power of Creative Cloud is now available for teams. You get 5x more cloud storage per person, expert support, collaboration and sharing features, and easy-to-use license management tools.
Creative Cloud Student and Teacher Edition
Creative Cloud gives you the latest Adobe desktop apps, plus access to new features as soon as they’re available — all at a student-friendly price.
What’s New in Bridge CC 2019:
Consistent user experience
Adobe Bridge now has an enhanced user interface to provide you a similar experience like other Creative Cloud applications. You can also change the default user interface appearance, text size, and scaling by setting the User Interface preferences in the Edit > Preferences > Interface dialog.
Enhanced Creative Cloud Libraries
The Libraries workspace in Bridge now displays a high-quality preview of library items. You can select multiple items to see their previews together.
Centralized cache management
You can now share a cache with other Bridge users and let them use the shared cache instead of creating a cache. Any Adobe Bridge user can export a cache to a shared folder, and other users can import a copy of the shared cache to their local systems. Given that the systems are in synchronization, managing the cache at a centralized location lets you reuse the exported cache, without the need to rebuild the cache on different user machines. You can create and manage the shared cache by using the Manage Cache dialog (Tools > Manage Cache), which has now been enhanced to provide options for building, importing, and purging cache. In addition, the cache preferences have been enhanced (Edit > Preferences > Cache and Edit > Preferences > Cache Management).
Edit capture time
Adobe Bridge now lets you change the capture time of the JPEG and RAW image files, just like the way it is done in Adobe Lightroom. This feature is helpful if you travel to a different time zone and do not change the date or time setting of your camera before you start photographing. With this feature, you can edit the capture time after capturing the image.
Support for XD file formats
Bridge now supports preview, thumbnail generation, metadata tagging, and keyword generation for Adobe XD files.
Media cache preferences
Bridge now processes and maintains a cache of all audio and video playback files. This capability improves the performance of playback files because the files are available for ready access whenever you want to view them later. It is recommended that you regularly clean the old and unused media cache files to optimize the performance. The preferences for media cache can be set by choosing Edit > Preferences > Media Cache.