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Simplify your creative workflow with AI—you’ll be amazed at how quickly you finish your projects.
Bring your imagination to life with our wide array of tools to help customize your projects.
Captivate your viewers with the best in live streaming and screen recording.
Capture, edit, and share video demos and tutorials to become the next YouTube star.
Stream directly to Twitch, YouTube, and other popular sites. Record with Chroma key and overlay objects.
Create videos that bring back the intensity and adrenaline captured with your action camera, with editing features designed specifically for sports enthusiasts.
Fix shaky footage instantly to correct unwanted camera movement.
Offset imperfections such as vignetting and fish-eye distortion.
Speed up or slow down the speed of your clips to create your own video effects.
Move closer to the action and create camera movement.
Select from a range of templates and adjust each video's playback options.
Synchronize up to four video clips and perform real-time mixing.
Modify your clips to look and sound exactly like how you imagined with our smart assist tools.
Experience the industry's fastest video rendering thanks to CyberLink's optimization expertise for both software and hardware acceleration.
DCI Cinema 4K Footage
* Hardware encoding uses both a dedicated video graphics card and a CPU to encode the video file, whereas software encoding is only done by the CPU.
Learn how to create professional masterpieces with our tutorials below:
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