Test CyberLink PhotoDirector 2011 beta, offer feedback, get the final version for free

June 1, 2011 – 08:50 by in Freebies, News Print Share No Comment

CyberLink has signalled its intention to enter the semi-professional photo-editing market with a powerful message to potential users: road-test CyberLink PhotoDirector 2011 beta, provide CyberLink with meaningful feedback of your experiences by June 20th and – in return – it’ll give you a free full copy of the software, worth $99.95, when it’s released at the end of June.

Yes, you heard right: if you download the beta of PhotoDirector 2011 and test it now, then provide CyberLink with feedback via a form sent to you by email when you sign up for the beta program, then you have a decent chance of getting the full version of the software for free when it’s released later this month.

CyberLink PhotoDirector 2011 is aimed at the enthusiast and semi-pro photography market, and provides a workflow-based solution to the age-old question of importing, managing, fixing and finally sharing photos. The program includes all the editing and correction tools you’d expect from a program of its type – colour correction, white balance, levels adjustment, RAW image support, spot and blemish removal, and so on – and wraps them up in a user interface that allows the user to edit photos in a risk-free environment thanks to its non-destructive editing environment, where changes can be viewed in real time without having to apply them to the image first.

CyberLink PhotoDirector 2011 Beta is available now as a free download for high-end PCs running Windows XP SP3 or later. A dual-core 3.0GHz processor, 2GB RAM and high-end graphics chip are considered minimal requirements, although we successfully installed and tested the program on a 2.2GHz dual-core laptop with no apparent ill-effects.

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