Adobe Bridge, which is a part of Adobe Creative Cloud, lets you organize the assets you use to create content for print, web, and video. Adobe Bridge keeps native Adobe files (such as PSD and PDF) and non‑Adobe files available for easy access. You can drag assets into your layouts, projects, and compositions as needed, preview files, and even add metadata (file information), making the files easier to locate.
From Adobe Bridge you can view, search, sort, filter, manage, and process image, page layout, PDF, and dynamic media files. You can use Adobe Bridge to rename, move, and delete files; edit metadata; rotate images; and run batch commands. You can also view files and data imported from your digital still or video camera. See View and manage files.
If you have Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom, you can open camera raw files from Adobe Bridge and save them. You can edit the images directly in the Camera Raw dialog box without starting Photoshop or Lightroom, and copy settings from one image to another. If you don’t have Photoshop installed, you can still preview the camera raw files in Adobe Bridge. See Introduction to Camera Raw.
You can use Adobe Bridge to synchronize color settings across color-managed Adobe Cloud components. This synchronization ensures that colors look the same in all Adobe Creative Cloud apps. See Manage color.