PhotoDirector 6 Deluxe esteve disponível como oferta em 10 de janeiro de 2016
CyberLink PhotoDirector 6 é um aplicativo exclusivo que fornece um fluxo de trabalho simplificado, gerenciamento eficiente de fotos, ajuste completo e edição criativa. O PhotoDirector é tudo que você precisa para transformar suas fotos em obras de arte. Aprimore fotos de forma não destrutiva com confiança e desfrute de uma descodificação rápida de imagem RAW e produção de slideshow Ultra HD 4K. Com o PhotoDirector 6, você pode elevar o nível das suas fotografias.
Windows Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1 (x32/x64)
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PowerDirector Ultra é uma solução de software de edição de vídeo rápida e flexível, que oferece uma combinação única de desempenho de ponta e recursos avançados de edição de vídeo. Sua interface intuitiva o torna um editor de vídeo acessível aos usuários de todos os níveis, dos novatos aos especialistas. Uma enorme seleção de ferramentas de design customizável dá-lhe liberdade para explorar sua criatividade e refleti-la em suas criações de vídeo.
PhotoDirector 7 oferece uma combinação extrema de recursos que vão muito além do que você normalmente esperaria encontrar em um software de fotografia. Ferramentas simplificadas de gerenciamento de foto combinam ajustes sofisticados e extremamente fáceis de usar e opções de edição que oferecem uma solução completa de edição de fotos e de gerenciamento.
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The setup file downloads approximately 250 MB in the form of a self extracting RAR file.
This is then extracted somewhere and once this is done installation can start.
It installed and can be run in XP SP3, however, would not be surprised if some of the functions did not work. This is something I could only find out with time as there are so many functions available in the program.
It only appears to work on JPG, TIF and RAW it would not open a PNG file.
Its behaviour is somewhat different than any other photo manipulation program that I have used, for instance when editing an image it creates a copy of the image and you work on that.
You can import images as an individual photograph, a folder or from a camera.
Many of the effects are presets such as smooth skin and similar, an attempt to remove the background from an image of a ship took a bit of getting used to because of the way it functions.
At times my old eyes found it difficult to read some of the menu text and a quick look did not show any method of changing the skin.
The check for updates under settings is ticked by default and the changing if you do not want to update and probably lose the program.
In the few tests I have managed it seems to have potential but only time will tell.
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Someone wrote that link takes us to version 7,but it's not true.I have Cyberlink PhotoDirector 7 Suite,so don't need this one.Tested anyway just to see activation process(smooth and fast).About software-Deluxe stands for most limited Cyberlink PhotoDirector(not metter which version),and it is NOT photo editor.Deluxe edition does not support even working with layers,so for any serious photo editing use something else.But it's not bad tool for simple tasks and beginers.Very plesent and modern UI,easy to learn,and (for my opinion) very good for B&W photos(some interesting presets etc).I had PD 5 Deluxe even when I managed to mastered by far more complex photo tools,because I find it usefull and reliable for some simple tasks,some features all in one place (People Beautifier tool,Background removal and already mentioned interesting presets).And all that works well and fast.Definitely a program worth trying(I'm sure that many will keep it)..sorry for my bad English,I learned it by myself.
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Before anyone rushes to post here to the effect that you can get freeware which does just as good a job -- a familiar litany on GOTD threads, and one that isn't necessarily without justification in all cases -- I hope they're already familiar with this program having taken full advantage of Cyberlink's 159-page User Guide (yup, that's correct: 159 pages) available here:
as well as Cyberlink's extensive range of video tutorials, available here:
If a poster has no genuine experience of PhotoDirector 6 -- an experience which will of necessity have involved the investment of far more hours than are available in a quick download-install-and-try-today -- then any such opinion should be taken with not so much a pinch of salt as an entire salt mine. (Same goes for what you might see on the thumbs up / thumbs down voting where at the time of writing, three hours into this giveaway, there are 12 "users" who I doubt have any user knowledge at all of today's software, otherwise they'd have already said so here.)
Fact is, Cyberlink PhotoDirector 6 is a highly complex -- because it is highly sophisticated -- image post-processing program that has been successively developed and refined over the years and, as such, requires a learning curve. It also requires of a user an understanding of the difference between the two PhotoDirector varieties which Cyberlink has always produced, viz: PhotoDirector Deluxe, and PhotoDirectorUltra, a comparative feature table in regard to which is here:
The above links are mentioned in hope of alerting potential users to the fact that this is a BIG program and, too, of addressing the possible frustration which might be felt if users expect from Deluxe that which is actually a feature only of Ultra, as a result of which they then feel bound to complain that the apple ain't an orange.
(That said, this particular developer has an unfortunate habit of being none too clear in its promotions about just what, exactly, it is promoting. Hopefully all that is said in today's giveaway description does indeed relate to the Deluxe rather than Ultra version.)
Myself, I've encountered PhotoDirector in earlier incarnations and it seemed to be good at what it did. Those encounters, however, have never been extensive, because I'm an Adobe Photoshopper used to working with Layers as well as an Adobe Lightroom user who pairs LR with PS and also Nikon software for RAW handling, it being the case that I've yet to find Adobe's conversion superior to that offered by the RAW creator itself: the camera manufacturer.
I'm therefore unable to comment on the quality of PhotoDirector 6 Deluxe nor will I be downloading today's offer. The quality of the opportunity, though, that I can comment on. Why? Well . . .
There are thousands of folks out there who can't afford Photoshop and / or Lightroom and don't want nor need the multitude of features that now come on an expensive subscription deliberately geared by Adobe to business customers rather than ordinary, domestic users. Those thousands cannot set an Adobe subscription as an operational expense against business tax the same way that my agency does, yet they would dearly like to be able to experience something that offers more in the way of performance and flexibility than a simple, basic, image post-processor.
Today's giveaway affords exactly that opportunity.
On which basis then, sincere thanks to GOTD and Cyberlink. PhotoDirector 6 DeLuxe's learning curve may be steep and some of the techniques will doubtless seem challenging, but that's a measure of the depth of the software offered here, not a criticism.
Please note though that this post is to commend today's GOTD opportunity to obtain this software for absolutely nothing. I'm not in a position to comment on the actual software itself, so very much hope that this thread will see posts from existing Cyberlink PhotoDirector 6 users (DeLuxe or Ultra) who by virtue of their experience can provide a definitive insight.
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This is basically a Lightroom clone, missing many features of the original and staying far behind with some others. Plus some toys for "inexperienced" users. But it is still a very capable 16-bit (raw) photo editor.
Calling the most limited version "Deluxe" might not be very nice. I was missing auto lens correction, split toning and curves tool, but at least the first two come with "Ultra" version, offered currently for 50 Euros, which is quite a decent price.
I prefer two very different open-source raw photo editors, LightZone and RawTherapee, which are both very worth trying. Proprietary programs, offered (for free) by camera manufacturers, are also a good starting point. Version 4 of Canon's DPP comes with useful improvements. Among professional editors, most advanced Lightroom's competition are, for my taste, Capture One and DxO Optics Pro.
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I had this software before until it stopped working by itself and when I had it working, always there was a background communications going on with home base and after few minutes the screen will freeze and I had to reset the PC because it reported is our of memory,
Very inefficient software, I will never install it again. By the way, the votes up or down are rigged.
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