PowerDirector 365 is finally supported on Mac

For nearly 19 years, many have waited for CyberLink to release a macOS version of its PowerDirector video editing software. We’re pleased to inform you that PowerDirector is coming to Mac.

“PowerDirector 365 for macOS follows CyberLink’s celebrated philosophy of developing highly optimized software and making them accessible to the widest audience possible. With our first macOS version of PowerDirector, we are delighted to provide users with powerful, yet easy-to-use video editing tools, and a streamlined production workflow that shortens the learning curve, leaving more time to bring creative ideas to life,” said Dr. Jau Huang, CEO of CyberLink.

Is there anything different about the PowerDirector Mac version?

Thankfully, all of the advanced tools that you can find on the Windows version will be available on the Mac version. Many of the video editing features have been retained in the Mac version, this includes:

  • Video Pre-cut
  • Multi-sample Chroma Key
  • Produce Image Sequence
  • Correct Distortions (lens, color)
  • 4K Video Editing Preview
  • Audio Scrubbing
  • Library Preview
  • Extra-large Thumbnail Preview
  • Reverse Timeline Order
  • Undock Library & Timeline

It also includes many of the design tools found on the Windows version. Here’s a list of the key tools the macOS features:

  • Video Collage Designer
  • PiP Designer
  • Title Designer
  • Subtitle Room
  • Crop, Zoom & Pan Tools
  • Blending Mode
  • Mask Designer
  • Effects Room
  • Speed Controls
  • Keyframe Setting Room
  • Transition Room

Pricing and availability

You can get PowerDirector 365 for Mac right now. There are two subscription options you can opt for. First, you can go for a monthly subscription. This will cost you $20 a month. You can also go for the annual subscription, which will cost you $70 annually. You can check out the Mac version of PowerDirector 365 now on the official CyberLink website.

Image courtesy: CyberLink

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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