CyberLink PowerDirector 10 Ultra specs

By James Morris


Key Features

  • Comprehensive 3D video file import
  • 3D video editing features
  • Improved performance with Open CL hardware support
  • Animated painting tool
  • 3D output to Blu-ray, DVD and YouTube
  • Manufacturer: CyberLink
  • Review Price: £49.10
Operating System Windows 7
License Type Full Product
Program Type Video editing
System Requirements 6GB memory, 5GB hard disk


October 26, 2011, 3:29 pm

>> maintain Full HD resolution in 3D, unlike the side-by-side alternative

Isn't it only Half SBS with this limitation, were as Full SBS is 3840x1080, so you get Full HD.


October 26, 2011, 5:52 pm

> Keithe6e:

I could well be wrong - but I think the review infers that JVC don't use the side-by-side system - and instead capture two separate, but Full HD frames (in a non-SBS format).


October 26, 2011, 6:45 pm

Yes I understand that part, but his sentence infers that SBS cannot handle Full HD.

I maybe didn't quote enough to make that obvious.
>>which is a shame as they maintain Full HD resolution in 3D, unlike the side-by-side alternative.

It's only Half SBS that can't handle Full HD resolution.

James Morris

October 27, 2011, 4:25 pm

The JVC GS-TD1 will record either MVC or Half SBS. None of the current consumer-grade camcorders I've tested will do Full SBS, so it's a bit irrelevant to this discussion. They squeeze Half SBS into a single frame of Full HD AVCHD instead.


May 27, 2012, 5:35 am

What Blessing PowerDirector 10 Ultra is. It is relatively simple (one can go from the now-excellent free Windows Live MovieMaker to PD 10 Ultra with few hiccups. Its edit/timeline function is well-integrated with its Disk Authoring (6 weeks ago I bought Corel Videostudio X4 Pro which wiped out hours of work every time ONe chapter point was removed shifted.
The only quibble is that in the Menu/Disk authoring stage objects are often seen as overlapping when it is not apparent where this is occurring - no more than 4 thumbnails per page (6 is possible but a lot of farting about). The Cyberling community templates are great but I wish Cyberlink had supplied more generic, customisable templates (e.g. 6 thumbs per page). Otherwise a blessed dream - and STABLE - after Videostudio X4 - Congratulations Corel


March 25, 2013, 6:20 pm

PowerDirector 10 Ultra is disappointing me a lot!With this "rendering" i cannot work anymore!Everything takes twice more time, even for a simpl Title preview!VERY BAD!

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