PhotoDirector 2011 Beta

June 1, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 7 Comments | |
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CyberLink has released a public Beta of PhotoDirector 2011, an innovative photo workflow software for photography enthusiasts. Photo Director offers a raw converter, a photo editor and a photo sharing tool in a single package. Any user who downloads the Beta version and provides “valid feedback” of their experience by June 20th will receive the official release version for free. For more information, visit the website below.

Update: Beta testing is over, the final version is out now (21 June 2011).

Website: CyberLink

Cyberlink Press Release

CyberLink Introduces PhotoDirector 2011 Beta – Innovative Photo Workflow Software for the Photography Enthusiast


TAIPEI, Taiwan—(BUSINESS WIRE)—CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) is excited to introduce PhotoDirector 2011 Beta by presenting a limited time opportunity to receive the official release version for free. PhotoDirector 2011 Beta allows users to experiment with a vast array of photo workflow, editing and management tools before the official release version is launched in June, 2011. Any user who downloads the beta version and provides valid feedback of their experience by June 20th will receive the official release version for free.

PhotoDirector 2011 transforms your photography by smoothing the flow from the time an image is imported to your PC to its final output. PhotoDirector features a vast array of cutting edge editing tools, including amazing Adjustment Brushes, White Balance, Noise Reduction and many more. Save your favorite enhancements as adjustment presets and upload to directly from PhotoDirector 2011 to share them with other users, and download an unlimited number of presets created by other users. Native rendering of RAW files from Canon and Nikon cameras allows the user to experience stunningly authentic color when decoding RAW file formats. With a vast array of dynamic features, PhotoDirector is engineered to bring out the absolute best of your photography.

“PhotoDirector 2011 is the perfect solution for anyone who is passionate about photography,” said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. “We greatly value our customers’ feedback and input and through the PhotoDirector 2011 Beta Program we have an excellent opportunity to work closely with the end user and introduce them to new photo editing software that will transform their photography.”

CyberLink will be introducing PhotoDirector 2011 at Computex 2011 in Suites 1047 and 1048 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Taipei and invites all visitors to join CyberLink for an exciting showcase of its innovative photo software.

For more information regarding CyberLink and the PhotoDirector 2011 Beta Program please visit

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#1 Lisandro Moises Enrique

buuuuuuu its just for windows!

6:05 pm - Wednesday, June 1, 2011

#2 Syd

So stupidddddddddd !!!

11:29 pm - Wednesday, June 1, 2011

#3 Actor Headshots

Well, I tried this software and it works for me. I like the features very much..

5:00 am - Thursday, June 2, 2011

#4 Syd

Yes it loox 2 b a good and feature rich app. But it's stupid that its WINDOWS ONLY !!!

12:40 pm - Thursday, June 2, 2011

#5 Max

The initial proposition on the Cyberlink website when downloading the beta version was a free license for PhotoDirector 2011 for people giving feedback on beta testing. I spent a good day and half in all testing this software resulting in, what I think, being a decent feedback on possible improvements in different areas of the software and a well detailed bug report. Of course I also answered all the questions from the formular I've got via e-mail.

So, the point is : the initial proposition was a free license for Photodirector 2011 for people sending feedbacks, I think mine was rather good and detailed, to finally being changed into a 25% discount on the 2011 version and a free upgrade to the 2012 version. I just got an e-mail with this offer today. Not a bad offer, but not the original one.

This is simply not correct.

11:13 am - Friday, June 24, 2011

#6 Max

Just got a comment from Cyberlink on my blog post today clarifying the situation.

"We at CyberLink certainly honor our promises, the Beta program will send our full version as gift to user by June 30."

That's right, this is what was stated on the download page from the beta version. The answer was fast and fair. I appreciate that. But that still does not explain the email I received offering me a 25% discount... Probably a mistake, my guess.

8:03 am - Saturday, June 25, 2011

#7 Max

update : Today I got a very fast answer from a Cyberlink representative who was very comprehensive. Finally, it turned out that I got this discount offer e-mail by mistake. Two thumbs up for the quickness and kindness from the cyberlink customers/users service.

12:49 pm - Saturday, June 25, 2011