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How to Use Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual to Manage Your Creative Assets





Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual: A Powerful and Versatile Tool for Creative Professionals




If you are a creative professional who works with digital media, you know how important it is to have a reliable and efficient tool that can help you organize, manage, and access your creative assets.




Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual



That's why you need Adobe Bridge 2020.


Adobe Bridge 2020 is a powerful and versatile application that lets you centralize your creative files in one place, browse and preview your files, edit and export your files, and integrate with other Adobe applications.


Adobe Bridge 2020 is the latest version of Adobe Bridge, which has been improved and updated with new features and enhancements to make your workflow faster and easier.


In this article, I will show you what Adobe Bridge 2020 is, how to install it, how to use it, what's new in it, and why you should try it today.


What is Adobe Bridge 2020?




Adobe Bridge 2020 is a free application that is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. It is designed to help you manage your digital media files, such as photos, videos, audio, documents, and more.


With Adobe Bridge 2020, you can:



  • Browse and view your files in various modes, such as thumbnails, details, filmstrip, or full screen.



  • Organize and sort your files by using collections, keywords, ratings, labels, filters, and metadata.



  • Access and edit your files with other Adobe applications, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and After Effects.



  • Preview and edit your files with the built-in tools, such as Camera Raw, Batch Rename, Export Panel, and Content-Aware Fill.



  • Export your files to different formats and sizes, such as JPEG, PNG, PDF, GIF, MP4, and more.



  • Share your files with others via email, FTP, or cloud services.



Adobe Bridge 2020 is compatible with Windows 10 (64-bit) and Mac OS X 10.14 or later. It supports over 30 languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, and more.


Adobe Bridge 2020 is not just a file manager. It is a creative hub that connects you with your digital assets and helps you unleash your creativity.


How to Install Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual?




If you want to install Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual on your Windows computer, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the installation file from the official website of Adobe Bridge 2020 here. The file size is about 1 GB.



  • Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. You may need to enter your administrator password or confirm the User Account Control prompt.



  • Select your preferred language and click OK.



  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process. You may need to sign in with your Adobe ID or create one if you don't have one.



  • Once the installation is finished, click Launch Now to open Adobe Bridge 2020.



Here is a screenshot of the installation process:



Before you install Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual on your Windows computer, you need to make sure that your system meets the following requirements:



System Requirements


Minimum


Recommended


Processor


Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 processor; 2 GHz or faster processor


Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5 processor; 3 GHz or faster processor


Operating system


Windows 10 (64-bit)


Windows 10 (64-bit)


RAM


2 GB of RAM (8 GB recommended)


8 GB of RAM (16 GB recommended)


Hard disk space


2 GB of available hard-disk space for 32-bit installation; 2.1 GB of available hard-disk space for 64-bit installation; plus additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)


4 GB of available hard-disk space for 32-bit installation; 4.1 GB of available hard-disk space for 64-bit installation; plus additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)


Monitor resolution


1024x768 display (1280x800 recommended) display with 16-bit color and 512 MB of VRAM (1 GB recommended)


1920x1080 display (2560x1440 recommended) display with 16-bit color and 1 GB of VRAM (2 GB recommended)


Internet connection


Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.


Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.



If you meet the system requirements, you are ready to install and enjoy Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual on your Windows computer.


How to Use Adobe Bridge 2020?




Now that you have installed Adobe Bridge 2020 on your Windows computer, you may wonder how to use it effectively.


In this section, I will give you an overview of the main functions and tools of Adobe Bridge 2020, and show you how to organize, manage, and access your creative assets with Adobe Bridge 2020.


I will also demonstrate how to edit, preview, and export your files with Adobe Bridge 2020, and showcase some advanced features and tips of Adobe Bridge 2020.


Let's get started!


The Main Functions and Tools of Adobe Bridge 2020




The main functions and tools of Adobe Bridge 2020 are located in the following areas:



  • The Menu Bar: This is where you can access the main menus, such as File, Edit, View, Window, Help, etc. You can also customize the menu bar by clicking on the three dots icon at the right end.



  • The Application Bar: This is where you can see the name and version of Adobe Bridge 2020, switch between different workspaces, access the Creative Cloud app, and minimize, maximize, or close the window.



  • The Workspace Switcher: This is where you can choose from different preset workspaces, such as Essentials, Filmstrip, Metadata, Output, etc. You can also create your own custom workspace by clicking on the New Workspace icon.



  • The Path Bar: This is where you can see the path of the current folder or file that you are browsing. You can also navigate to different folders or files by clicking on the arrows or the drop-down menu.



  • The Favorites Panel: This is where you can see and access your favorite folders or files that you have added by clicking on the star icon. You can also add or remove favorites by right-clicking on them.



  • The Folders Panel: This is where you can see and access all the folders and subfolders on your computer or connected devices. You can also create new folders, rename folders, delete folders, or move folders by right-clicking on them.



  • The Filter Panel: This is where you can filter your files by various criteria, such as file type, date modified, rating, label, keywords, metadata, etc. You can also clear all filters by clicking on the Clear Filter icon.



  • The Content Panel: This is where you can see and select your files in various modes, such as thumbnails, details, filmstrip, or full screen. You can also change the size, sort order, and layout of the thumbnails by using the icons at the bottom of the panel.



  • The Preview Panel: This is where you can see a larger preview of the selected file, along with some basic information, such as file name, size, type, date modified, etc. You can also zoom in or out, rotate, or flip the preview by using the icons at the bottom of the panel.



  • The Metadata Panel: This is where you can see and edit the metadata of the selected file, such as title, description, keywords, rating, label, camera settings, GPS coordinates, etc. You can also choose from different metadata templates by clicking on the drop-down menu at the top of the panel.



  • The Keywords Panel: This is where you can see and add keywords to the selected file or files. You can also create new keyword sets, rename keywords, delete keywords, or move keywords by right-clicking on them.



  • The Collections Panel: This is where you can see and create collections of files that you want to group together. You can also create smart collections that automatically update based on certain criteria. You can also rename collections, delete collections, or move collections by right-clicking on them.



  • The Output Panel: This is where you can export your files to different formats and sizes, such as JPEG, PNG, PDF, GIF, MP4, and more. You can also choose from different output presets or create your own custom output settings by clicking on the drop-down menu at the top of the panel.



  • The Tools Panel: This is where you can access some built-in tools that can help you edit and enhance your files, such as Camera Raw, Batch Rename, Export Panel, and Content-Aware Fill. You can also access other Adobe applications that are integrated with Adobe Bridge 2020.



These are the main functions and tools of Adobe Bridge 2020 that you need to know. Of course, there are more features and options that you can explore and customize according to your preferences and needs.


How to Organize, Manage, and Access Your Creative Assets with Adobe Bridge 2020




One of the main benefits of using Adobe Bridge 2020 is that it allows you to organize, manage, and access your creative assets in a simple and efficient way.


Here are some tips on how to do that:



  • To browse and view your files in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Folders Panel or the Favorites Panel to navigate to the folder or file that you want to see. You can also use the Path Bar to go back or forward to different folders or files. You can also use the Search Bar at the top right corner to search for files by name or metadata.



  • To organize and sort your files in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Filter Panel to filter your files by various criteria, such as file type, date modified, rating, label, keywords, metadata, etc. You can also use the Collections Panel to create collections of files that you want to group together. You can also use the Keywords Panel to add keywords to your files that can help you find them later.



  • To access and edit your files with other Adobe applications in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Tools Panel to open your files with the integrated applications, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro, and After Effects. You can also right-click on your files and choose Open With to select the application that you want to use.



  • To preview and edit your files with the built-in tools in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Preview Panel to see a larger preview of your files, along with some basic information. You can also use the icons at the bottom of the panel to zoom in or out, rotate, or flip the preview. You can also use the Tools Panel to access some built-in tools that can help you edit and enhance your files, such as Camera Raw, Batch Rename, Export Panel, and Content-Aware Fill.



  • To export your files to different formats and sizes in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Output Panel to export your files to various formats and sizes, such as JPEG, PNG, PDF, GIF, MP4, and more. You can also choose from different output presets or create your own custom output settings by clicking on the drop-down menu at the top of the panel.



  • To share your files with others in Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the File menu to share your files via email, FTP, or cloud services. You can also right-click on your files and choose Share to select the option that you want to use.



These are some tips on how to organize, manage, and access your creative assets with Adobe Bridge 2020. Of course, there are more features and options that you can explore and customize according to your preferences and needs.


How to Edit, Preview, and Export Your Files with Adobe Bridge 2020




One of the main benefits of using Adobe Bridge 2020 is that it allows you to edit, preview, and export your files in a simple and efficient way.


Here are some tips on how to do that:



  • To edit your files with Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Tools Panel to access some built-in tools that can help you edit and enhance your files, such as Camera Raw, Batch Rename, Export Panel, and Content-Aware Fill. You can also use the Metadata Panel to edit the metadata of your files, such as title, description, keywords, rating, label, camera settings, GPS coordinates, etc. You can also use the Keywords Panel to add keywords to your files that can help you find them later.



  • To preview your files with Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Preview Panel to see a larger preview of your files, along with some basic information. You can also use the icons at the bottom of the panel to zoom in or out, rotate, or flip the preview. You can also use the Content Panel to see and select your files in various modes, such as thumbnails, details, filmstrip, or full screen. You can also change the size, sort order, and layout of the thumbnails by using the icons at the bottom of the panel.



  • To export your files with Adobe Bridge 2020, you can use the Output Panel to export your files to different formats and sizes, such as JPEG, PNG, PDF, GIF, MP4, and more. You can also choose from different output presets or create your own custom output settings by clicking on the drop-down menu at the top of the panel. You can also use the File menu to export your files to other locations or devices.



These are some tips on how to edit, preview, and export your files with Adobe Bridge 2020. Of course, there are more features and options that you can explore and customize according to your preferences and needs.


Some Advanced Features and Tips of Adobe Bridge 2020




Adobe Bridge 2020 is not just a simple file manager. It is a powerful and versatile tool that has many advanced features and tips that can help you improve your workflow and productivity.


Here are some of them:



  • You can use keyboard shortcuts to perform common tasks faster and easier. For example, you can use Ctrl/Cmd + O to open a file with the default application, Ctrl/Cmd + R to open a file with Camera Raw, Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + R to batch rename files, Ctrl/Cmd + E to export files, etc. You can also customize your own keyboard shortcuts by going to Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts.



  • You can use drag and drop to move or copy files between different folders or panels. For example, you can drag and drop a file from the Content Panel to the Favorites Panel to add it to your favorites, or drag and drop a file from the Content Panel to the Collections Panel to add it to a collection. You can also drag and drop a file from Adobe Bridge 2020 to another application or device.



  • You can use batch commands to apply actions or scripts to multiple files at once. For example, you can use Tools > Batch Commands > Image Processor to resize and convert multiple images in one go, or Tools > Batch Commands > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro to apply advanced settings and effects to multiple images in one go. You can also create your own batch commands by going to Tools > Batch Commands > Create New Batch Command.



  • You can use stacks and versions to group similar or related files together. For example, you can use View > Stacks > Group as Stack to stack multiple files that are similar or belong to the same project, or View > Versions > Create Version Set to create a version set of multiple files that are different versions of the same file. You can also use View > Stacks > Expand Stack or View > Versions > Expand Version Set to see the individual files in a stack or a version set.



  • You can use labels and ratings to mark and prioritize your files. For example, you can use Label > Red to mark a file as urgent, or Label > Green to mark a file as approved. You can also use Rating > 1 Star to 5 Stars to rate your files according to your preference. You can also customize your own labels and ratings by going to Edit > Preferences > Labels or Edit > Preferences > File Info.



  • You can use the Content-Aware Fill feature to remove unwanted objects or areas from your images. For example, you can use Tools > Photoshop Tools > Content-Aware Fill to open the selected image in Photoshop and use the Content-Aware Fill workspace to select and fill the area that you want to remove. You can also adjust the settings and options of the Content-Aware Fill feature to get the best results.



These are some of the advanced features and tips of Adobe Bridge 2020 that you need to know. Of course, there are more features and options that you can explore and customize according to your preferences and needs.


What's New in Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual?




Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual is the latest version of Adobe Bridge 2020, which has been improved and updated with new features and enhancements to make your workflow faster and easier.


Here are some of the new features and improvements in Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual:



  • New user interface: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual has a new user interface that is more modern, intuitive, and customizable. You can change the theme, color, font size, and icon size of the user interface by going to Edit > Preferences > Interface.



  • New performance enhancements: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual has improved its performance and stability by using more CPU cores, GPU acceleration, and cache management. You can change the performance settings by going to Edit > Preferences > Performance.



  • New support for HEIC and HEVC files: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual now supports HEIC and HEVC files, which are high-efficiency image and video formats that offer better quality and compression than JPEG and MP4 files. You can view, preview, edit, and export HEIC and HEVC files with Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual.



  • New support for SVG files: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual now supports SVG files, which are scalable vector graphics files that offer better resolution and scalability than raster graphics files. You can view, preview, edit, and export SVG files with Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual.



  • New support for CEP extensions: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual now supports CEP extensions, which are custom plugins that extend the functionality and features of Adobe Bridge 2020. You can install and manage CEP extensions by going to Help > Manage Extensions.



  • New export panel: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual has a new export panel that allows you to export your files to different formats and sizes in a faster and easier way. You can access the export panel by going to Tools > Photoshop Tools > Export Panel.



  • New content-aware fill: Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.131 (x64) Multilingual has a new content-aware fill feature that allows you to remove unwanted objects or areas from your images with the help of artificial intelligence. You can access the content-aware fill feature by going to Tools > Photoshop Tools > Content-Aware Fill.



These are some of the new features and improvements in Adobe Bridge 2020 10.0.2.


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