A powerful video editing software that gives you the possibility to greatly enhance any video with one of the various presets or manually adjusting color options.
- CyberLink ColorDirector
- Version :5.0.5911.0
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :CyberLink Corp
CyberLink ColorDirector Description
Due to the advancement in technology, nearly anyone can create a video clip. Editing tools are found all over the Internet and with their help, videos can be enhanced or assembled into bigger projects. One such application is CyberLink ColorDirector and promises to aid you in creating amazing videos.
Load your files in a library to get them ready
The application gives you the possibility to import a large variety of formats either through the file menu or simply by dragging them over the main window. These are displayed in a list, while the selected item is put under the spotlight with the help of a preview section.
Before moving on to actually handling effects, you need to place your selection of videos in the desired order on a storyboard.
Unfortunately, there is no integrated option that allows you to switch to a timeline view to carefully arrange videos. However, a trim feature lets you chop down parts of the video, which compensates a little for the missing timelien option.
Enhance your videos with various effects
Switching to the “Adjustment” tab brings up a breathtaking amount of editing options. You are able to choose one of the available presets to be applied on a selected video. Additionally, you can manually adjust several sliders in order to enhance a specific part of the video or as a whole.
You can select a comparison view to better observe the differences. It is a shame that you cannot apply any transition effects.
Once your finish adjusting all necessary aspects, you are able to export to some of the most commonly used video formats, with customizable quality settings.
To end with
All in all, CyberLink ColorDirector tries to swim in dangerous waters, but is not sufficiently trained. Available features keep it from being a fully functional video editing tool. Moreover, it uses a considerable high amount of system resources for what it can offer in return.