CyberLink recently released the latest version of its Director family of multimedia editing software. The new version has some major updates and new features.
The editing software applications that CyberLink updated includes: PowerDirector, PhotoDirector, AudioDirector and ColorDirector. They all have new features that deliver “even more spectacular effects and higher precision and editing control, along with new Shutterstock content access, templates and design packs,” according to CyberLink.
The new releases integrate a royalty-free content library powered by market leader Shutterstock. This gives users access to hundreds of thousands of photos, videos and audio clips for consumer and commercial use.
So what’s new with PowerDirector. PowerDirector 19 features a simplified interface allowing users to access tools faster. This should make working in PowerDirector more seamless. CyberLink has redesigned the timeline to have cleaner controls and the ability to duplicate title attributes and clips. PowerDirector 19 also upgrades its keyframe tools, color matching and motion graphic titles, and a few new effects.
PhotoDirector 12 now uses new AI-powered features to turn any photo into digital artwork. Additionally, the PhotoDirector adds photo animation and dispersion, enhanced content-aware tools and layer controls, and new creative effects like glitch and light rays. Furthermore, you can now use person segmentation, allowing you to “quickly and easily” grab and adjust individuals in a scene without manual masking,” says CyberLink.
As for the ColorDirector 9, it adds more precise color controls. This includes a new effects tab, a green screen creation tool, waveform scope for color correction, and motion tracking for selection masks.
CyberLink claims AudioDirector 11 now offers “even more flexibility and control”, allowing you to balance and remove vocals, de-reverb, fix audio ducking, scrub audio and perform 5.1 encoding.
You can learn more about CyberLink’s Director family of multimedia editing software here.
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