Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.3

Adobe Bridge 2020 gives you centralized access to all the files and assets you need for your creative projects. Organize personal and team assets, batch edit with ease, add watermarks, set centralized color preferences, and even upload your photos to Adobe Stock. Bridge simplifies your workflow and keeps you organized and now with Libraries.

Features:
  • Bulk import, export and preview Libraries assets
  • Edit photo capture time
  • Export/ Import network cache
  • Native PDF Output Module
  • Easy upload of images to Adobe Stock so you can get royalties for your work
  • Support for Retina and HiDPI displays with the ability to scale
  • Automated cache management
  • Publishing to Adobe Portfolio to build your personalized website
  • Quick organization and stacking of panoramic and HDR images
  • On-demand thumbnail and metadata generation
  • Option to import photos and videos from your mobile device or digital camera on macOS
  • Support for CEP HTML5
  • Flexible batch processing
  • Drag-and-drop file flexibility
  • Centralized color settings


What’s New

Version 10.0.3:

  • Full screen preview of RAW files is pixelated in a certain scenario.
  • Fix for crash with Tree Shade extension.
  • Licensing updates.


Compatibility

macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor


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2 Responses

  1. razormaid says:

    On all these latest 2020 Adobe updates on this site, all the same installer error:
    “The installation cannot continue as the installer file may be damaged. Download the installer file again.”

  2. razormaid says:

    OK, this should help…If you get the following message:

    * The installation cannot continue as the installer file may be damaged. Download the installer file again.

    A workaround for this problem is the following procedure:
    1. Mount the Disk Image file for the Creative Cloud application.
    2. Open the mounted DMG file.
    3. Right-click Install.app and select Open Package Contents from the context menu.
    4. Navigate to Contents > MacOS.
    5. Double-click the Unix executable titled Install.

    This worked for me in Mojave and Catalina
    Hope this helps?

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