1. Main Features
- Rename multiple files at one time
- Label files for sorting
- Native PDF Output Module
- Performs batch edits with Photoshop and Illustrator
- Publishes to Adobe Portfolio to build websites
- Uploads images to Adobe Stock to collect royalties
- Integrates with other Adobe programs
2. Software Overview
Adobe Bridge is a digital asset management tool that integrates with many other Adobe programs. It has been part of the Creative Suite since CS2 and is now available through Adobe Creative Cloud.
Bridge is useful for managing your files and provides many tools to help with organization. It can perform many batch editing procedures using other Adobe programs like Photoshop. It can also rename groups of files at once and label them with colors or star ratings to help you sort your digital assets.
If you are using Adobe products, like Photoshop or After Effects, Bridge is a great tool for managing your projects' assets. If you do not handle a large amount of multimedia assets, using your computer's default file management tools is probably adequate.
3. Supported File Types
|1||.ABDATA||Adobe Bridge Data File|
|2||.ADOBEBRIDGE||Adobe Bridge URL FIle|
|3||.BCM||Adobe Bridge Cache File|
|4||.BCT||Adobe Bridge Thumbnail Cache File|
|5||.BRIDGECACHE||Adobe Bridge Cache Export File|
|6||.COLLECTION||Adobe Bridge Collection File|
|7||.WORKSPACE||Adobe Bridge Workspace File|
|8||.XMP||Extensible Metadata Platform File|
Updated: November 16, 2018