Video Software Editing CyberLink PowerDirector

CyberLink PowerDirector 16 Build 2730 for Windows

by CyberLink Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (20 votes)

File Details

File Size 496.9 MB
License Shareware, $59.99
Operating System Windows 7/8/10
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,889
Publisher CyberLink Corp.
Homepage CyberLink PowerDirector

Publisher's Description

PowerDirector is video editing software at its best. Fast, feature-rich and easy to use, the powerful set of integrated tools lets you create brilliant movies like a pro. Whether you're practically a pro or a novice, PowerDirector is packed with intuitive and exciting features and is designed for superb handling to create brilliant high definition that will amaze your friends and family.

Latest Reviews

TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v8 on Sep 18, 2009

Last year, we purchased a Compaq with PowerDirector 6 installed with Vista. Just a few days back discovered PD6.What a miserable mess. Spends 60% of its time in non responding/crashing mode. It took over 2 hours to simply create two title pages, one transition, and add one avi video to the story line. That is before creating the project or burning it. This application is absolutely worthless. Can't imagine why anyone would pay for it. Creation should be fun. CyberLink has made it frustrating to the point of pain. Pinnacle is much better.

iMO

iMO reviewed v7 on Dec 9, 2008

I tried to have this encode some DV video (13GB each) to DVD, no editing, no authoring, just import and burn. It failed beyond belief. First tried to include the 13GB .AVI in the project-file, moving it to the system drive. Then instantly started to spin up the drive for burning, while it tried to encode the dvd ON-THE-FLY WHILE BURNING. After 10 min of having the drive (philips) spin at full speed and without the progress indicator moving a slightest bit, i clicked cancel because the drive was about to overheat. Of course nothing happened. Waited 3 more min, the ended the task. Vista after that was not able to restart (first time ever!) and i had to push reset (first time ever) (drive was still spinning at max. speed). Vista after rebooting went mad on the hard drives for 10 minutes. I have tested many apps, but never seen a piece of s**t like this one. Did i mention the charge 120 EUR for it (being in a package with some other c**p). Worst coded stuff I have seen in a while. Made me sign up to betanews just for dissing it. Avoid at all cost.

sokw

sokw reviewed v2.5 on Nov 17, 2002

Particularly good in Video Capturing (with time marks and Audio) when comparing with DVD Factory 1.0.
But the SVCD made with this program could not be viewed smoothly with my DVD player (AIWA) while the one made with DVD Factory could (even SVCDs were made with the same parameters).

Avg. Rating 3.8 (20 votes)
Your Rating
TigerTou

TigerTou reviewed v8 on Sep 18, 2009

Last year, we purchased a Compaq with PowerDirector 6 installed with Vista. Just a few days back discovered PD6.What a miserable mess. Spends 60% of its time in non responding/crashing mode. It took over 2 hours to simply create two title pages, one transition, and add one avi video to the story line. That is before creating the project or burning it. This application is absolutely worthless. Can't imagine why anyone would pay for it. Creation should be fun. CyberLink has made it frustrating to the point of pain. Pinnacle is much better.

iMO

iMO reviewed v7 on Dec 9, 2008

I tried to have this encode some DV video (13GB each) to DVD, no editing, no authoring, just import and burn. It failed beyond belief. First tried to include the 13GB .AVI in the project-file, moving it to the system drive. Then instantly started to spin up the drive for burning, while it tried to encode the dvd ON-THE-FLY WHILE BURNING. After 10 min of having the drive (philips) spin at full speed and without the progress indicator moving a slightest bit, i clicked cancel because the drive was about to overheat. Of course nothing happened. Waited 3 more min, the ended the task. Vista after that was not able to restart (first time ever!) and i had to push reset (first time ever) (drive was still spinning at max. speed). Vista after rebooting went mad on the hard drives for 10 minutes. I have tested many apps, but never seen a piece of s**t like this one. Did i mention the charge 120 EUR for it (being in a package with some other c**p). Worst coded stuff I have seen in a while. Made me sign up to betanews just for dissing it. Avoid at all cost.

sokw

sokw reviewed v2.5 on Nov 17, 2002

Particularly good in Video Capturing (with time marks and Audio) when comparing with DVD Factory 1.0.
But the SVCD made with this program could not be viewed smoothly with my DVD player (AIWA) while the one made with DVD Factory could (even SVCDs were made with the same parameters).

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