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CyberLink PowerDirector 7 Tutorials

CyberLink PowerDirector 7 has many new and enhanced features that help you create your own movie masterpieces. Now it is even easier for you to create professional looking videos, complete with stylish slideshows, multiple PiP effects and professional looking disc menus.

 The following are some tutorials to help introduce and guide you through several of these new features, addressing any questions you may have. The tutorials include several on how to customize a professional looking disc menu, one on using the track manager or another on how to upload custom templates to the DirectorZone web site.

Menu Designer

CyberLink PowerDirector 7 gives you full creative control over the look and creation of your disc menu in the Menu Designer. The following tutorials will help you to get the most out of this powerful feature of CyberLink PowerDirector 7.

Menu Designer Overview Play

The Menu Designer has many new and improved functions you can use to make professional looking disc menus, effortlessly.

Menu Designer Tips & Guidelines Play

In order to achieve the best results when creating and modifying disc menus within CyberLink PowerDirector 7, we recommend that you view the Menu Designer Tips & Guidelines tutorial.

Importing Custom Content Play

If you are not satisfied with the menu content provided within CyberLink PowerDirector, you can now make your disc menus more distinct through the import of custom buttons, frames, highlights and backgrounds within the Menu Designer.

Track Manager - Multiple PiP Objects Play

Within the Track Manager you can add additional PiP tracks to the timeline, allowing you to have up to six PiP objects displayed on a piece of video at the same time.

Uploading Templates to DirectorZone Play

DirectorZone is a web service that lets you download PiP objects, title templates and disc menus created by other users of CyberLink PowerDirector 7. You may also share your own creations by uploading them to DirectorZone. See the tutorial on uploading templates to DirectorZone.