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CyberLink Introduces Media Suite 12 - the Most Complete 15-in-1 Collection of Multimedia Applications for Home and School

CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW), the world’s leading consumer multimedia software company, today unveils CyberLink Media Suite 12, the most complete collection of multimedia software for creating, playing, converting, burning and sharing videos and photos at home or at school. As a leading provider of multimedia solutions, only CyberLink is the only company able to offer such a complete package of software, putting the latest in multimedia creation and playback technology into the hands of families and students alike.

CyberLink Media Suite 12 features three multi award-winning, industry leading video and photo editing and playback applications – PowerDVD, PowerDirector, PhotoDirector – alongside a collection of powerful utilities for disc burning, and media conversion and organization. With Media Suite 12, you can truly enhance the way you experience digital media at home or in the classroom.

“CyberLink Media Suite 12 satisfies the diverse needs of today's digital home, providing a one-stop-solution for media creativity, playback, sharing, and disc burning,” said Alice H. Chang, CyberLink CEO. "Media Suite is a complete collection of our best-in-class software, including the latest versions of PowerDVD, PowerDirector, and PhotoDirector. It is offered in a cost effective package that makes it particularly attractive for families and students. Whether our users want to create engaging home videos, edit and organize family photos, convert media to play on-the-go or burn their school projects to disc, they can do all of that and more with this powerful suite."

The new Media Suite 12 Ultra combines a dozen of CyberLink's best-selling multimedia software. All are easily accessed through the unique PowerStarter launcher, helping users intuitively find the multimedia applications they need for the tasks they want to perform. For those who want an even more exciting experience, Media Suite 12 Ultimate features more advanced photo editing tools, premium video template packs, as well as three fantastic mobile apps, extending the ability to CREATE & PLAY anywhere.

With CyberLink Media Suite 12, users can:

Play It – Immerse yourself in UltraHD 4K media, and maximize your home theatre experience with the World’s leading media player, PowerDVD 14. Users can also organize videos and photos effortlessly with MediaShow 6 and convert videos to watch on over 100 portable devices with MediaEspresso 7.

Create It – Easily create UltraHD home videos with CyberLink’s multi-award-winning video editing software, PowerDirector 12. Edit, adjust and enhance photos with the critically acclaimed PhotoDirector 5 and author Hollywood-style Blu-ray and DVD discs with PowerProducer 6. The premium version, Media Suite 12 Ultimate, also includes three content packs designed to further enhance video creation with stylish templates. On top of this, users can also access more than 450,000 free effects, templates and photo presets from CyberLink’s popular DirectorZone service.

Burn & Share – Burn data to BDXL, Blu-ray and DVD discs with Power2Go 9. Users can also design and print disc labels with LabelPrint 2.5.

Enjoy on-the-go with Powerful Mobile Apps - Media Suite 12 Ultimate also includes 3 touch-optimized mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows 8, extending your entertainment and creativity from PC to mobile devices.

  • PowerDVD Mobile offers versatile HD video playback on Android, Apple iOS and Windows devices.
  • PowerDirector Mobile allows users to instantly create and share videos on their Android or Windows 8 tablet.
  • PhotoDirector Mobile provides a new solution to Android & Windows 8 users, offering a wide range of photo editing, enhancement and adjustment tools. PhotoDirector Mobile also features content-aware removal, a powerful tool that allows users to remove unwanted objects from their pictures, without changing the rest of the image.

Unparalleled ease-of-use – Media Suite 12’s unique PowerStarter interface integrates shortcuts to frequently used features across the range of Media Suite software, and also provides users with a single interface through which they can access the latest software updates.

Media Suite 12 - Availability

Media Suite 12 is available today from the CyberLink online store in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese and Korean.

Versions and Pricing

Media Suite 12 Ultimate: US $149.95

15-in-1 multimedia software collection, including PowerDVD 14, PowerDirector 12, PhotoDirector 5; 3 mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows 8; and Premium Content Packs

Media Suite 12 Ultra: US $129.95

12-in-1 multimedia software collection, including PowerDVD 14, PowerDirector 12, PhotoDirector 5

Upgrade from older versions of Media Suite starting from US $69.95

For more information, please visit www.cyberlink.com

About CyberLink

CyberLink (5203.TW) is a world leader in multimedia software design. Since 1996, CyberLink has transformed how people CREATE & PLAY with multimedia content on PCs, mobile devices and in the Cloud. The company’s award-winning products are sold to all major PC manufacturers as well as millions of customers worldwide. Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, CyberLink also runs regional operations through offices in the US, Japan, Europe and Asia-Pacific territories. Further information about CyberLink can be found at cyberlink.com.

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