CyberLink PowerDirector 7 Optimized For Core i7

"Cyberlink's video editing software has been optimized for prime performance on Intel's latest Core i7 platform"

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CyberLink PowerDirector 7 Optimized for Intel Core i7 Processor

CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), an innovative solution provider for the connected digital lifestyle, announced today that CyberLink PowerDirector 7, the HD video editing software, is optimised for Intel’s latest quad-core Core i7 ‘Nehalem’ microprocessor to boost overall performance gain in HD video editing performance.

CyberLink PowerDirector 7 optimised for Intel® Core™ i7 processor-based PCs, achieves 112% of performance gain in overall HD video editing performance, from previewing, rendering to burning to a DVD or Blu-ray Disc. As an HD video editing solution, PowerDirector 7 takes great advantage of Intel Core i7 platform features such as Simulate Multi Threading(SMT) technology, triple-channel DDR3 and Intel® QuickPath technology to boost its performance, while the 8MB L3 cache further speeds up its memory access speed.

“Video editing showcases the performance of the Intel® Core™ i7 processor,” said Elliot Garbus, vice president Software and Services Group and general manager Visual Computing Software Division, Intel.

“Working with vendors like CyberLink, we’re able to unleash the performance of the processor for customers to benefit from higher performance and more efficient and smoother HD video editing experiences.”

"With high-definition going mainstream, CyberLink is very pleased to partner with Intel to let PowerDirector take advantage of the multi-processing computing technologies from Intel Core i7,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink Corp. "As a result, PowerDirector users can spend less time waiting and more time creating and sharing their HD videos.”

CyberLink PowerDirector 7 features powerful yet easy-to-use editing tools for enhancing users’ videos and producing polished video and slide show productions. PowerDirector 7 is the first open video editor that allows users to share and download custom designed PiP effects, animated objects and DVD templates from Directorzone, the community website for video editors.

For more information about CyberLink PowerDirector 7 or other Blu-ray Disc solutions, please visit

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26-11-2008, 07:50:51

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"Seagate has released the promised 1.5TB drive firmware update"

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28-11-2008, 11:53:37

I'm thinking here that they're covering average people just downloading this and screwing things up when they didn't need to.

It has to be a certain setup that causes the issue that this fixes. It must also be the case that they`re keen to scrutinize each application for these (b4 it appears on the dubious torrents ofc, there will be stoopid people willing to use a torrented file from such sources).

I can understand the want for a simple direct download - but I can understand the want for Seagate to do as they`re doing.

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