Video editor PowerDirector 14’s new template-based Express Projects module makes it quick and easy for anyone to produce quality videos.
Simplified motion tracking enables the accurate tracking of people and objects in video footage.
The Action Center is a single module where you can quickly fix problems and apply effects. The new screen recorder is a simple way to record your desktop in up to 30fps, with audio. And whatever you’re doing, CyberLink’s enhanced SVRT 4, TrueVelocity 5 Rendering Engine and extended hardware encoding support ensures the best possible performance.
PhotoDirector 7 introduces a layer editor which enables editing and blending of up to 100 layers per image.
New Beautifier Tools like the Face Shaper, Eye Bag Remover, Eye Enlarger and Skin Shine Remover help you produce the perfect portrait.
You also get smart new blur tools and enhanced RAW support, while more lens profiles allow the program to automatically fix a host of common lens flaws.
As previously, each package is available in a range of editions. From baseline to high end, they’re PhotoDirector 7 Deluxe, PhotoDirector 7 Ultra, PhotoDirector 7 Suite; then PowerDirector 14 Deluxe, PowerDirector 14 Ultra, PowerDirector 14 Ultimate, and PowerDirector 14 Suite.
In our view the Ultimate builds offer the best value for most people, but if you’re looking for the maximum functionality, check out Director Suite 4. It bundles the full-strength PowerDirector and PhotoDirector for less than buying them separately, and also provides more templates and effects.
The new Director range is available now for Windows Vista and later.