Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Cyberlink power director mobile

CyberLink is building video and audio software since 1996, and now in its eleventh edition, it is one of the key pioneers of consumer video editing software with its Power Director Suite. In the last 17 years, we are fast moving into small and small notebooks and tablets with fast, heavy desktop computers and workstations, which are more portable, yet are almost as powerful as their predecessors. The same is true for small camcorders,  phones, and other video capture devices. Now the latest version of CyberLink's PowerPoint is a companion product that is specially used with the latest round of touchscreen gadgets, Power DirectorsMobile. [Vm_ads: segment_break: 1]

let's get started

Power Director Mobile is a Windows 8 application that is specially made to take advantage of touchscreen technology in tablet and a new notebook to make small videos quick and easy. It can be purchased directly from Windows Store in Windows 8, or the Ultra / Ultimate version of PowerDirector 11. is included free of charge. After installing the app from the Windows Store, it will appear on the Windows 8 Start Screen and is ready for use.
Easy as one, two, three ... four, five!
When you open the Power Director Mobile for the first time, a new project is created and you are brought to the first step in your journey to keep the finished video immediately. If you need to make changes in the previous step, you can select the phase at the top of the screen where the entire five-step flowchart is displayed all the time.
The first step, [source,] is used to choose your videos and photos that you want to include in your project. One important thing to note here is that your video and photos should be in their respective library folders on Windows 8 desktop. It is not possible to import video or photos directly from a device or memory card into your project, which is a little disappointing. Another issue is that the interface to choose the video is a bit chaotic if your library folder contains a lot of content. Even if the content is arranged systematically in folders on desktop content, then Power Director Mobile can find each video in alphabetical order, in which there is no other way to arrange them. At this point, you can select the videos and photos you know you want to use, then go to the next step, [edit]
In the step, you can uproot your photos or trim your video clip into sections that you want to use. The photo editor allows you to rotate and crop your photos, add different picture frames, drag and print your photos with picture icons. The video editor is very limited, only allowing you to trim a clip by hand. There is no option to split the clip into several clips and there are no audio editing tools. If you want to use different sections of the same video file, you have to click on the [source] step and import the video again so that you have two copies to work in your [edit] step. No device is included for image enhancement or color correction, so you want to make those adjustments in a separate application before bringing them into PowerDirector Mobile.
The power director now has a companion product that is specially used with touchscreen gadgets, latest rounds of Power Director Mobile.
The third step, [Style,] allows you to choose a theme for your video that adds music, transit, and title. Five of these themes are to be chosen, one of which is a slideshow theme that uses basic feed in and out, while others use the flasher's infections and effects.
Step Four allows you to [preview] your video and add it to a few additional elements. First of all, you can add a music track that will play in the background. Again, the music you want to use should already be present in your Music Library on Windows Desktop to appear here. You can select a track that will be played from the beginning.



Your project, which is a slight disappointment. Another issue is that the interface to choose the video is a bit chaotic if your library folder contains a lot of content. Even if the content is arranged systematically in folders on desktop content, then Power Director Mobile can find each video in alphabetical order, in which there is no other way to arrange them. At this point, you can select the videos and photos you know you want to use, then go to the next step, [edit]
In the step, you can uproot your photos or trim your video clip into sections that you want to use. The photo editor allows you to rotate and crop your photos, add different picture frames, drag and print your photos with picture icons. The video editor is very limited, only allowing you to trim a clip by hand. There is no option to split the clip into several clips and there are no audio editing tools. If you want to use different sections of the same video file, you have to click on the [source] step and import the video again so that you have two copies to work in your [edit] step. No device is included for image enhancement or color correction, so you want to make those adjustments in a separate application before bringing them into PowerDirector Mobile.
The power director now has a companion product that is specially used with touchscreen gadgets, latest rounds of Power Director Mobile.
The third step, [Style,] allows you to choose a theme for your video that adds music, transit, and title. Five of these themes are to be chosen, one of which is a slideshow theme that uses basic feed in and out, while others use the flasher's infections and effects.
Step Four allows you to [preview] your video and add it to a few additional elements. First of all, you can add a music track that will play in the background. Again, the music you want to use should already be present in your Music Library on Windows Desktop to appear here. You can select a track that will be played from beginning to end; It is not possible to select a special section. There is a slider used to adjust the amount of background video versus the volume level of your video clip. This is a global setting that affects the entire video project so the audio level cannot be adjusted in different sections of the video. Depending on the topic chosen, you can also enter the initial and closing title displayed on the video.
The last step in Power Director Mobile is [Production]. This is where you can choose how you want to save your project. You can save your video directly to your device as an MP3 or WMV movie file for local playback, or you can share your video directly on youtube or facebook. We were happy to see that YouTube and Facebook options have brought you directly into the related services within the app and there is no need to have a separate web browser or exit on the Windows desktop. You can also export your project so that it can be opened in full Power Directory 11 software so that you can make changes with more control and fineness. If you are not editing your current project and need to stop it, you can also save this project and return later. [Vm_ads: segment_break: 3]

finishing touches

Power Director Mobile has an easy, easy-to-understand flow chart that basically strings the video clip with easy and fast editing. There is a good line to run between functionality and ease of use, and Cyberlink has a very good job here. While Power Director Mobile will not replace your full desktop editing suite, this is a good software when you want to quickly throw some clips and photos together with collaborators or your friends to share holiday events quickly.
Cyberlink corporation
www.cyberlink.com
Power director mobile
$ 15 (Free with Power Director 11 Ultra / Ultimate)
The limited trial version available

Technology Specification

Operating System: Windows 8
Min CPU: 1.5 GHz Dual Core
Minimum RAM: 2 GB
Minimum hard drive space for installation: 124 MB
Minimum Graphics: Support for DirectX 10 or Above
Recommended screen resolution: 1366 × 768
Capture format: dependent on Windows 8 device is being used
User Interface: Touch-Optimized
Number of video tracks: 1
Number of Audio Tracks: 1
Number of video themes: 5
Real-Time Software Preview: Yes
Third-party plug-in support: No
Encoding Format: MP3, WMV

Strength

Compiles multiple video clips
Easy flowchart interface
Straight to YouTube / Facebook Sharing
Cheap

Weaknesses

Limited video/photo editing
Limited audio options
Adam Wesley is a videographer/director of the photographer and photographer.
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