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Thursday, September 15, 2011

PhotographyBLOG Reviews Cyberlink PhotoDirector

Posted by Lee Yuan Sheng in "Digital Home Software" @ 10:30 AM

http://www.photographyblog.com/revi...director_review

"Cyberlink PhotoDirector is a stand alone photographic work flow tool designed to make editing and storing pictures a lot easier. Using powerful tools such as native RAW conversion for Canon and Nikon cameras, regional adjustments and non-destructive editing, PhotoDirector should be able to speed up your time sat in front of a computer to allow more time to get out and take pictures. After all, that's what photography is all about. Cyberlink PhotoDirector costs around £80 / $100 for the 2011 edition."

We have highlighted Cyberlinke's PhotoDirector previously, and here is a review on it. I personally love that Cyberlink took the trouble to implement Nikon and Canon's SDK, giving me the right colours from my Nikon DSLRs. Adobe Camera RAW is such a mess in that regard. I just wish it would handle larger libraries better; it does not like my current library of just 10,000 photos very much. Still, at US$100, it is a great alternative to Adobe's Lightroom, which costs quite a bit more than that!


Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Cyberlink Offers a PhotoDirector 2011 Beta Special

Posted by Lee Yuan Sheng in "Digital Home Software" @ 11:30 AM

http://www.cyberlink.com/stat/event...ign=CL_Homepage

Cyberlink is having an offer on Photodirector 2011, their latest photo worflow and editing software, as shown in the above image. The interesting thing about is that Cyberlink claims to match the look derived from Nikon and Canon RAW processing software, which is a reason why I still use Nikon Capture NX2, despite its general slowness and crash-happy temperament. I have downloaded it and my first impressions are that it seems to be a little slow in browsing a library of 12,000 images, but it could well still be indexing the thumbnails. Anyone care to give it a spin and see if the image quality lives up to its promise?


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