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What is PowerDirector?
Cyberlink’s Power Director is a licensed product and part of Cyberlink’s repertoire if multimedia applications. It is a non-linear video editing software, similar in style, purpose and capabilities of more visible programs as Adobe’s Premiere Pro (and the Premiere Elements one as well), Sony Vegas, and the AVS Video Editor, and usually compared with Apple’s iMovie Studio (on the Mac OS X).
Although the aforementioned were primarily targeted for both home consumers and professionals, Cyberlink’s Power Director straddles the line between the two – often termed as a semi-professional video editing software for home consumers. This grants the Power Director a more accessible and user-friendly feel than its competitors, but have tools that are a cut above the regular and free video editing applications. The Power Director is the recipient of the 2008 PC Magazine Editor’s Choice Award for June.
It contains a lot of the standard features of a non-linear video editor, but also keeps a few tricks up its sleeve. One of these is the so-called Magic Tools. Magic Tools is a wizard-based interface that lets you create a completed movie in a few seconds, with all the bells and whistles of a manually-made edited video.
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File types supported by PowerDirector
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Last updated: : March 8, 2012