Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack (macOS) Download

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Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack 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

How To Install?

  • Install the program from the given setup. (Open “Extra” folder for installer)
  • Start your free 7 days trial of the application.
  • Close the application completely.
  • Run the Adobe Zii application from within finder window. That should open up the patcher window.
  • It should ask you for root access when you run the patch. Allow it.
  • Boom! Now you can use the program without any interruptions.
  • That’s it, Enjoy now 😉


How to Crack and Install?

  1. Download Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack
  2. Now install it on your program.
  3. After installation is complete, copy and paste the crack file
  4. Then paste it in an installation directory
  5. Done
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Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack Requirements

  • 2 GHz Processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • HDD space 800MB
  • 670-MB installation space required
  • Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, and also 10
  • MAC OS X 10.8 or later.

For those of us looking to cut costs or avoid getting into paid subscriptions, Adobe Bridge CC seems like a perfect fit. Is Adobe Bridge CC a free alternative to Lightroom, though?

Let’s take a closer look at what Adobe Bridge is and how it compares to Lightroom. You might be surprised by how different they are from one another.

What Is Adobe Bridge?

Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack Pre-Cracked is essentially a software that organizes your files. You can tag, organize, and manage essentially any file type that can be created within the Adobe Suite.

It’s a fantastic way to scan and manage files across different programs or if you’re working with a team of people.

The Adobe Bridge download is available for free from Adobe. This makes it tempting to skip the paid subscriptions and use Adobe Bridge as a free Lightroom alternative.

Before you try to do that, though, let’s discuss the differences between the two. And why Lightroom is indeed quite different from Adobe Bridge.

Adobe Bridge home screen with metadata on the right column and folders and filters on the left column.

Adobe Bridge vs Lightroom

So what sorts of things does Lightroom have that Adobe Bridge doesn’t? Let’s discuss the main differentiator first – editing capabilities.

Lightroom has its own organizational features. But it shines in its editing options. Adobe Bridge, on the other hand, does not allow you to do any photo editing. It’s merely an organizational method.

It acts as a central location to organize and view files that come from all sorts of programs. Think of it as the Finder or Explorer window for the Adobe Suite.

It offers lots more features than a typical Finder or Explorer window. But it doesn’t have any capabilities to actually edit the images themselves.

This leads us to question whether there are any features that make Adobe Bridge worth downloading at all. Yes, indeed there are!

Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack Pre-Cracked is fantastic for viewing photo thumbnails, metadata, and keywords. You might be working with a combination of files across several programs, such as Lightroom, InDesign, and DreamWeaver. Then Adobe Bridge is valuable for sifting through content without having to actually open the programs.

Lightroom, on the other hand, only shows you image files that have been imported into Lightroom itself and it does not include non-image file types.

Things like HTML, PDF, or INDD files would not be able to be viewed and organized in Lightroom.

What Does Lightroom Offer?

There are many more features, though, that differentiate Lightroom from Bridge. Let’s take a look at some of those features. Within its Library tab, Lightroom does offer the ability to organize images using metadata and keywords, as well as flagging, rating, and color coding.

Under the Develop tab, it then offers a full in-depth range of editing tools to modify the image itself as needed. While those are the most common features used, it has many more to offer!

When inputting metadata and keywords, you’re able to add location details to the photos. This can then be used to view photo locations on a map under the Map tab.

When searching for specific types of locations or photos taken near certain spots, this can be an invaluable tool. The Book tab allows you to create layouts for multi-page projects such as albums, books, and brochures.

The Slideshow tab gives you the ability to create a slideshow presentation. You can then view this within Lightroom itself or can be exported as a PDF or video.

Adobe Bridge Features Overview

Before we look at Adobe Bridge in more detail, let’s quickly go over some of the many great features that Bridge has to offer.

01. Bridge Is A File Browser

At its most basic, Adobe Bridge is a file browser. Bridge is similar in many ways to the file browser you use with your computer’s operating system. As we’ve already seen, we can use Bridge to download our photos from our camera or memory card. But we can also use Bridge to find the images we’re looking for on our computer. Bridge lets us copy or move images from one folder to another. It can also copy or move entire folders from one location to another. With Bridge, we can create new folders, rename folders and images, and delete folders and images. Every basic function we can perform using our operating system’s file browser, we can do with Adobe Bridge.

02. Bridge Is A File Management System

If we can already do these things with our normal file browser, why bother learning how to do them in Bridge? The reason is simple. Bridge is not just a file browser. Adobe Bridge is a complete file management system. For starters, Bridge can display thumbnail previews of all the images in a folder. Sure, your operating system’s file browser can also display thumbnails. But the thumbnails in Bridge are fully customizable. We can adjust the size of the thumbnails in Bridge just by dragging a slider. Bridge can also display more information about an image (the file name, pixel dimensions, date created, copyright info, and more) below its thumbnail.

Also, Bridge lets us easily change the sort order of the images. We can order images by file name, file type, the date each file was created or modified, or by file size or dimensions. We can also order images by star rating (more on that later) or some other criteria. And we can manually change the sort order just by dragging the thumbnails around!

03. Bigger And Better Image Previews

Along with changing the size of the thumbnails, Bridge gives us other ways to preview our images. The Preview panel in Bridge displays a larger preview of each image we select. And one of the best features of Bridge is the Full Screen Preview mode. It lets us instantly jump to a full screen view of any image for a closer look!

04. Image Review Mode

The Review Mode in Bridge lets us sort through an entire range or series of images. This makes it easy to separate the keepers from the “others”. Review Mode lets us quickly cycle through image after image, keeping only the ones we like and dropping the rest!

05. Adding Ratings And Labels To Images

I mentioned that one of the ways we can sort our images in Bridge is by star rating. Bridge lets us quickly apply ratings to our images using a one-to-five-star system. An image you absolutely love may get five stars, while another image that’s “okay but needs work” may get only one star. Other images that are beyond hope (hey, it happens to all of us) may get no stars at all. Or you can label an image as “Reject” if it’s so bad, it’s embarrassing.

Along with star ratings, Adobe Bridge also lets us apply color labels to images. A yellow label can indicate images that still need work. Green can be used for ones that have already been approved. We choose the meaning of each color ourselves, so how you use them is completely up to you!

06. Adding Keywords And Copyright Information

Bridge lets us add important copyright information to our photos. And, we can view and edit a whole range of additional information (metadata) about our images. We can create and apply keywords to our images with Bridge, making it easier for us (and others) to find those images when we need them.

07. Filtering Images And Creating Collections

Bridge can filter images to show us just the photos that meet certain criteria. We can view only images with a five star rating. Or only the images shot with a certain lens, or at a certain focal length. Bridge can combine photos into collections that make it easy for us to group related images together. Collections can even group images that are scattered across different folders or even different hard drives. And smart collections in Bridge act like dynamic search results. Smart collections tell Bridge to automatically add any images to the collection if and when they meet the criteria we specify.

The Print tab gives you options for printing your images or projects, both onto paper or as JPEG files. The Web tab allows you to send images and projects to upload for online use.

The Book tab in Lightroom is perfect for laying out albums or brochures for easy printing.


When it comes down to it, Lightroom is like having Adobe Bridge 2021 v11.1.1.185 Crack Pre-Cracked and much more at your fingertips. For the lack of editing options alone, you’ll find that Adobe Bridge does fall short for photographers’ needs.

Our needs as photographers extend far beyond being able to organize images, and so Adobe Bridge will still rely on a separate program for editing.

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