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Torrent Cyberlink Powerdirector 9.00.2330 With Keys - [teamos]

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    Description:

    PowerDirector 9 comes billed as the "first native 64-bit consumer video editor," which means it can use more than 4GB of RAM in systems that have a 64-bit version of Windows.

    Like VideoStudio and Premiere Elements, CyberLink PowerDirector 9 has a tabbed interface designed to give the nontechnical user a leg up. In this case, the tabs include Capture, Edit, Produce and Create Disc.

    The timeline at the bottom can be switched between storyboard and conventional timeline modes, and a number of sub-elements of the interface have organizational tabs (in much the same manner as Vegas' Project Explorer). Click on a clip in the timeline, and a set of tabs appears above the timeline that brings up different properties or editing functions for that clip: Edit Audio, Power Tools, Fix/Enhance, Trim, Keyframe and so on.

    The way these tools are presented isn't terribly consistent, though. Modify (which lets you apply things like chroma-keying or masks) opens a popup window, but Power Tools (advanced editing functions like cropping/zooming) appears in a window that replaces the project organiser.

    PowerDirector, like Elements, provides many automatic and assisted editing options, although the mileage you'll get out of them also varies. Magic Movie Wizard most closely resembles Premiere Element's InstantMovie function: Pick a series of clips, select some background music, choose some basic parameters (e.g., ratio of videos to photos, if you have a mix of the two), and the resulting montage will automatically replace any existing footage in the timeline.

    The results can be further edited and fine-tuned. As with InstantMovie, you're better off using this to assemble footage that doesn't depend on dialogue, since the edits can be rather arbitrary.

    The Magic Style function lets you apply a style template to clips already in the timeline. Magic Cut lets you automatically trim footage based on specific kinds of action you want to include or exclude, e.g., "scenes with people speaking" or "scenes with moving objects." Its detection heuristics are surprisingly accurate and worked well on a variety of clips I tried. Magic Fix automatically attempts to correct bad lighting, shaky camera movements and video noise, and best of all lets you preview the changes in a split-screen view.

    The Produce tab renders video for output, providing a bunch of common sense defaults but also allowing advanced users to create their own output profiles. You can select a file type, a target device or a video hosting site. Only YouTube and Facebook are supported in that last category, but uploads for both can be HD (up to 1920 x 1080). Create Disc sports all sorts of authoring options, for both Blu-ray and standard DVD, and chapter points for DVDs can be inserted directly into the timeline during the editing stage.

    If you want to save a bit of cash, PowerDirector 9 also comes in a simpler Deluxe edition that doesn't offer 64-bit capabilities and doesn't burn to the BDXL or AVCHD formats.​

    CyberLink offers just about everything you could want in a video editor at this level. The only noteworthy omission is the lack of the ability to tag videos for easy classification.

    Interface
    CyberLink splits its main interface into three sections: a preview window on the top right, a content browser on the top left, and a timeline at the bottom. You can resize any of the sections, but you can't pull them out into separate windows. You can, however open a Media Viewer preview window if you want to see your work on a full screen, and a dual-preview option lets you show your movie preview on a separate full monitor. This is a big help, but you need a powerful graphics card to pull it off smoothly. Sony Vegas Movie Maker HD Platinum 10 also offers separate monitor preview, but has a busier interface with 4 sections instead of PowerDirector's more-common three.

    PowerDirector's interface is also broken down into "modes" and "rooms." The former are just four in number and entered using the tabs right across the top of the app window—Capture, Edit, Produce, and Create Disc. Of course, the second is where you'll spend most of your time. The timeline view is quicker to respond to moving and resizing than that of Adobe Premiere Elements 9[link], but PowerDirector's storyboard view's thumbnails are small and not resizable (Elements' are). This view also doesn't offer a transition drop target, and doesn't show transitions even after you've added them. So you're better off spending your editing time in PowerDirector in its excellent, responsive timeline view. Vegas doesn't even offer a storyboard view, though.

    Importing and Organizing Video Clips
    To get raw material for your movie into the app, you have several avenues: You can hit the Capture tab to create a video clip from your attached webcam; pull it in from a DV, HDV, or AVCHD camcorder; or from a TV tuner attached to your PC. When you add video clips to PD, it starts creating a "shadow copy" file, allowing it to display your edits faster. Alternatively, you can just click on the folder icon, while in Edit Mode's Media Room tab, to bring in video, audio and images from a folder on your hard disk. Simple.

    Maybe too simple for some. You don't get Premiere Elements' clip tagging, auto-tagging, and analysis, so you're pretty much left on your own when it comes to organizing media. PowerDirector does, however, make it easy to switch between showing everything and just showing video, just images, or just audio.

    Magic Movie Making
    If you just want to have the program create a wrapped up nicely movie for you without a lot of fuss, you can use the Magic Movie feature. Clicking its hat-and-star icon starts a wizard that asks where your media is and what theme style you want to use. The default installation only offered three 2D and one 3D choice. I chose the latter. Unlike iMovie and Premiere Elements, PowerDirector makes yousupply your own background music—there's no canned mood music to go with your theme. You can, however, choose the sound mix between your movie track and the background music, and you can fit your movie to the background track. A slider also lets you choose whether you want more stills or video clips. Once it's done, you can have it dump the movie into the timeline for further tinkering.

    Basic Video Editing
    PowerDirector makes it easy to fix the lighting, color, and stabilize your video, from the Fix/Enhance button above your timeline. Other buttons offer Split, Modify, Trim, Multi Trim, Fix/Enhance Power Tools, and Keyframe. The trim tool allows precise control (down to the individual frame) with two sliders, and the multi version lets you mark several In and Out points on your clip. But if you're not that fussy, you can just delete a selected part of a clip right in the timeline. Splitting video and deleting sections are a pleasure, with PowerDirector's unique and intuitive selection cursor. Premiere Elements doesn't offer a separate precision trimmer, and Sony Vegas Movie Maker's doesn't offer the excellent control of PowerDirector's double sliders or its scene detection. Fix/Enhance also includes video denoise, audio denoise, and enhancement to punch up color and sharpness. You can independently adjust the brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, and sharpness, and white balance. And for each of these adjustments, you can set keyframes to designate when it should be turned on and off. Premiere Elements makes you choose separate effects for each of these, rather than offering PowerDirector's unified Fix/Enhance options.

    Customizable Effects & Templates for Family Movies - Powerful, flexible tools to turn creative ideas into finished products.
    Unbeatable Action Cam Tools - PowerDirector's new Action Camera Center is your extreme video editing toolkit, bringing together features action enthusiasts need to create high impact videos.
    Express Projects. Pro-style Movies, Fast! - Express Projects is the fast, easy way to create your own professional-quality videos, just drag and drop!
    World's Fastest Video Editing - TrueVelocity 5 optimization enables HD footage to preview more smoothly and render faster!
    CyberLink Cloud - PowerDirector includes 20GB of free storage space on CyberLink Cloud for one year.
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    Screen Resolution:
    1024 X 768, 16-bit color or above.

    OS:
    Windows Xp/Vista/7/8/10 (Windows XP Service Pack 2 is required for HDV capture).

    Memory:

    512 MB required.
    3 GB DDR2 or above recommended for 32 bit OS.
    6 GB DDR2 or above recommended for 64 bit OS.

    CPU:
    AVI Capture/Producer profiles: Pentium II 450 MHz or AMD Athlon 500 MHz.
    DVD Quality (MPEG-2) profiles: Pentium 4 2.2 GHz or AMD Athlon XP 2200+.
    High Quality MPEG-4 and Streaming WMV, QuickTime profiles: Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz or AMD Athlon 64 X2.
    Full-HD quality H.264 and MPEG2 profiles: Intel Corei5/7 or AMD Phenom II X4.
    AVCHD and BD burning profiles: Pentium Core 2 Duo E6400, or AMD Phenom II X2.

    Video Capturing Device:
    PCI or USB1.0/2.0 capture device compliant with WDM standard (i.e. PC Camera and TV tuner with WDM driver).
    DV camcorder connected via OHCI-compliant IEEE1394 (check CyberLink web site for supported model list).
    DVD camcorder connected via USB2.0 (check CyberLink web site for supported model list).
    Sony MicroMV/AVCHD/HDV camcorder (check CyberLink web site for supported model list).
    JVC Everio camcorder (check CyberLink web site for supported model list).
    Panasonic MicroMV/AVCHD/HDV camcorder (check CyberLink web site for supported model list).

    Hard Disk Space:
    5 GB required (400 MB for SmartSound Quicktrack Library).
    10 GB (20 GB recommended) required for DVD production.
    60 GB (100 GB recommended) required for BD/HD/AVCHD production.

    Burning Device:
    A CD or DVD burner (CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW or DVD-R/RW) is required to burn VCD/DVD/SVCD/AVCHD* titles.
    A Blu-ray Disc recordable drive is required to burn Blu-ray Disc titles*.

    Microphone:
    A microphone is required for recording voice-overs.

    How To Install:
    -Install Program & Exit.
    -Open Update Folder & Run ''CyberLink.2330_GM2_Patch''
    -Launch Program & Insert Given Keys.
    -Enjoy!

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    Regards, SaM - TheStrength

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    lol , and i forgot to grab this one here :)
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