I currently have Premiere and have the opportunity to get a free full version of PowerDirector. I have heard PowerDirector is pretty good and easier to use than Premiere. Just wondering if I can get some opinions from people. Thanks!!!
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Comparing Premiere and PowerDirector, is like comparing a volkswagon to a Ferrari. Both will get you there, but one has all the bells, whistles, and performance, and the other doesn't. Power Director is a basic consumer level product, and Premiere is a semi-professional product. If you are just playing with recorded tv footage and making movies, then Power Director would probably be just fine. If you want to do a lot of editing, special effects, and have control over your bitrate, and video and audio settings, Premiere is the best (or one of the best).Rob
Up today: Cyberlink Power Director 9 is now a Lamborghini Diablo compared to Adobe Premiere Elements Ferrari. If you a Mac user, then use Premier, but if you have a PC, don’t think it twice (PD9). http://video-editing-software-review.toptenreviews.com/index.html
Here's how those "top ten" review sites work: the more you pay us the higher we rate you.
I found this on the net showing Adobe Premiere Elements = Consumer, Prosumer lvl. While PowerDirector 11 Ultimate = Professional lvl?
I also understand in the compare it doesn't say Adobe Premiere Elements have green screen editing while on
The Verdict: 9.35/10This video editing software allows you to add many video and audio clips if you want. You can also perform green screen editing and fine-tune your audio tracks
Also in Premiere 11 they removed the object tracking tools , and no 3D editing.
This is a compare of Premiere Elements 11(list price around $99) vs PowerDirector 11 Ultimate(list price around $130)
Please don't be confuse with Adobe Premiere Pro(list price around $650) they all on sale now so price may vary.
Is PowerDirector 11 Ultimate a clear winner?
Please add to this and me know. Thanks!
Last edited by TeckBio; 26th Aug 2013 at 02:55.
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