A few of the notable feature updates to the suite over Media Suite 13 are drag-and-drop video templates to make editing your videos for a certain look much quicker, Photoshop-esque layer editing and portrait retouching tools for photo design, as well as a new video player mode that CyberLink claims enables a “truly cinematic movie experience on big-screen TVs.”
“Our aim with Media Suite is to make digital multimedia software exciting and accessible to everyone,” said Dr. Jau Huang, Chairman and CEO of CyberLink. “It’s the ideal solution for families who want high-quality software that serves all their multimedia needs without compromising their budgets.”
PowerDVD, the DVD/Disc playing software headlines the programs in Media Suite 14, which also includes PowerDirector (video editing), PhotoDirector (photo editing), Power2Go (disc burning), MediaEspresso (media conversion), Media Show (media catalog/organization), Wave Editor 2 (audio editing), and more.
Media Suite 14 is now available for download from CyberLink over on the company’s website, with the Ultra version coming in at the price of $130 and the Ultimate version (which includes extra mobile apps and movie making content packs) costing a bit more at $150. If you happen to already own a previous version of CyberLink’s Media Suite, you can pick up Media Suite 14 for the upgrade price of just $70.
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