However old-fashioned it may sound, now and then people still watch DVDs on their laptops. Can CyberLink's software stay popular?
Cyberlink PhotoDirector is photo editing's new kid on the block. Can it compete with its established rivals?
Want to upscale your existing SD video? CyberLink believes that its new TrueTheater PC software is the best technology in town, capable of buffing up DVD video to near-HD quality.
DVD playback on your PC is pretty cut and dried. All new machines come with DVD software, whether it’s Windows’ own or, more often than not, from CyberLink itself. So why would anyone spend money on a tool that costs more than most DVD players?
The chore of editing and burning digital video onto DVDs seems sufficiently off-putting that, for many of us, our hard drives have become video bottlenecks. The new edition of PowerProducer, with a quick-fire, step-by-step interface, aims to make it quick and easy to put your video creations on to disc, so they can be viewed on TV, as nature intended.
For years, PC users have craved something as intuitive as Apple’s iLife suite and as powerful as Adobe Photoshop Elements to share, display and edit photos and videos. There’s no shortage of excellent applications, but a one-stop shop has never really made the grade. However, MediaShow 4 gets pretty close.