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CyberLink's PowerProducer is a software for capturing, authoring and burning your videos and photos on CD, DVD, HD-DVD or BluRay. Capture high-definition video from HDV camcorders, Edit photos and videos automatically, Select a disc format among Blu-ray Discs, HD DVDs, DVDs, VCDs or CDs, Re-edit VR discs, Choose (4:3) regular or (16:9) widescreen menus

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PowerProducer 6

Explore the Exciting New Features in PowerProducer 6

PowerProducer 6 makes your home movie creation easy and fun! With the newly-designed 3D animation templates, you can easily create Hollywood-style movie discs. PowerProducer 6 also supports new video and photo formats including MKV, FLV and RAW photos. Checkout the exciting new features of PowerProducer 6.

14 New Stylish Menu Templates in Full HD Quality
PowerProducer 6 comes with 14 brand new animated templates. The best thing is, all these menus are optimized for Full HD Blu-ray disc creation. With the newly-designed 3D computer animation menus, your can turn your home videos into Hollywood-style movie discs in a snap, and enjoy them on your high-resolution TVs!
Watch Demo Video for Menus

Print Your Own Disc Cover with LabelPrint
LabelPrint is label-making software included in PowerProducer 6, which lets you design and print stylish disc labels in 4 easy steps. Just select your template, disc information, text layout and background image. Then add more unique style to your disc creation! You can also download more free disc design from DirectorZone.com.

Work Perfectly with Windows® 8 PCs
PowerProducer 6 is fully compatible with the latest Windows® 8 system from Microsoft. You can create stunning Blu-ray or DVD movie discs with your new Windows® 8 PCs. Moreover, the icon-based user interface design assures you a smooth touch experience.

Create 3D Movie Discs
PowerProducer 6 newly supports 3D movie creation! You can import side-by-side 3D videos from your 3D camcorders and cameras, then create 3D DVD, Blu-ray and AVCHD discs.owerProducer 6 newly supports 3D movie.

New Formats Support – MKV, FLV and RAW Photos
With the support of MKV and FLV videos, you can now burn these popular internet download video formats to your DVDs and Blu-rays, and watch them on your player. You can also import your RAW photos from your DSLR to create photo slideshows.

Optimized for Latest Hardware
PowerProducer 6 is optimizated for latest hardware acceleration technologies including Intel® 3rd generation Core technology & Quick Sync Video, AMD 2nd generation APU & Radeon technology and nVidia GeForce technology, which enables speedier rendering of HD video content and saves time when authoring your videos to DVDs and Blu-ray Discs.

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Alternative to Cyberlink PowerProducer:
MPEG Video Wizard DVD
Nero
TMPGEnc Authoring Works



Guides and How to's:
Cyberlink PowerProducer DVD Authoring Guide - Read
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"The Easiest Way to Create Hollywood-Style Movie Discs"
Yeah, right.
Hollywood-style movie disks have menu options for special features, and have separate tracks to pick from in a sub-menu. If you can only put one track on the menu, it is not a hollywood style movie disk. And if you can only have one track, what's the point of having a menu? And why would someone pay $50+ for this?



Posted February 24, 2013 by . Tool version 5.5 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


I have used Power Producer for a year or year & a half. First problem I had was installing software. Drove me crazy. You need to shut down all Virus software to install. Customer Nonservice never replied to my request. You are prettty much on your own.
I think I paid about $60 or $70 for the Suite.
PP3 does not let you choose screen formats that I have found.
It also doen not have Blu-ray Disc choice.
I have had very good luck with the Video Sound synch. Never had a problem. I have put VCR on DVD by using a DVD+RW recorder.(ILO). In the 2 hour mode it looks good. I use DVD Decrypter to rip to hard drive. I edit with Power Producer.
Menu.
If you splice one or more files together you need PowerDirector Express to edit out the chapters. It will leave you with 1 chapter. This is helpful if you put more than 1 movie on A DVD. It takes about 30 seconds to do this. The biggest problem is the menu's. Depending on how many Chapters and other factors, some menu's will not work. It get's really fustrating when you have to reprocess several times to get the menu's right. You can also use your own background pictures if you like. It is picky about the size of the jpg's though.
I have never been able to produce one without a Menu.
You can use PowerDVD to look at the saved final output after you have processed and before you burn it to disc.
I usually use the smart fit video quality to fill a disc.
I create a DVD folder, then use Roxio 7 Disc copier to burn to DVD.
Roxio 7 can re encode 4.6GB in about 3 minutes before it starts burning. If it is larger it can take about 15 minutes. Still one of the fastest programs I have found.
Overall a pretty good program with a pretty long learning curve that improves with trial and error.I just wish there were better help files and customer support.



Posted June 30, 2007 by . Tool version 3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 6 of 10 Overall score 6 of 10


I started to use this software when it was in version 2.

The versions 3 and version 4 add great features to the product.

For example, version 4 allow to encode Blu-Ray and HD-DVD disks.

The great problem with this software is the encoder.

It encodes movies using Codecs of DirectX and needs to have Internet Explorer installed on machine. No problem until you
have a great number of codecs installed on machine (like KLite Codec Pack)

With a great number of codecs don't even think to use version 3 or 4.

It will freeze and/or create poor quality videos (videos appears to be in slow motion - frames are missing).

The great number of codecs doesn't affect video quality in version 2, but it is so basic and doesn't have a great number of features present in version 3 and 4.

In all versions of PowerProducer, the user doesn't have control in the creation of the DVD menu. Almost all things of menu are created automatically and, generality, you need to use third part software (like PGCEdit) to re-edit the menus created by the software.

For example, if you create chapters in the DVD, the software will create chapters menus and you can't avoid this without exclude all menus of disc project.

A positive aspect of PowerProducer is the edition of video source (file or captured video) used to produce DVD.

You can add, split, combine, remove parts and do another things with video directly in the software.

The creation of chapters in PowerDVD is too more precise than other softwares.

Until recently I was using PowerProducer to produce my DVDs and was solving the problem with the menus using PGCEdit.

After compatibility problem with codecs appears I decided to change to another tool, since I can't solve this bug with Cyberlink support.



Posted May 04, 2007 by . Tool version 4.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 4 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 6 of 10


Came as a software package with my LG 4167 DVD burner. All I got to say is that this 'junk' software almost made me want to return the burner alltogether. I tried to install it 6 times and it would not run even once. It shows that the process for it is started in the task manager and that's as far as it goes. Their support has no solution for me except "You have to try and reinstall it and if it's still does not work you have to fix your system and it is not our problem".

5 hours of frustration and no result at the end. Hopefully I find a better tool. Any recommendations ?



Posted January 29, 2006 by . Tool version 3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 1 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


This software requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later. I therefore find it unsuitable, especially as part of the application suite for the LG GSA-5163D Firewire/USB2 DL burner. Software for this external burner needs to be installed on each computer with which it is used, and thus should be as streamlined as possible. The only remark I was able to find was from a German guy who noted that the Cyberlink installer required IE 5.5, and provided a version which also installed the deprecated Outlook Express, in order to further install not only PowerProducer 2 Gold (which does require IE 5.5), but also PowerDVD and Nero Express (which don't require IE). His comment: "Ack!" translates easily.

This software attempts to connect to the internet, then provides a message "Please download the IE 5.5 above" (sic), then crashes (PowerProducer has generated errors and will be closed by Windows...). XPlite / 2000lite really did protect me from allowing IE to complete its installation. The behaviour is identical with both the patched and unpatched versions.

The vendor's system requirements do not mention IE, though IE is mentioned in regard to the PowerProducer 3 software. The same page says that the software requires a 450 MHz P II minimum to do anything, so I plan to uninstall it from my 366 MHz laptop. I may try installing it in a desktop machine, but there again the requirement of having IE is a disincentive.



Posted November 25, 2005 by . Tool version 2.0.1630d using OS Win2K
Ease of use 1 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


You can buy Powerproducer 3 and a capture card on ebay for $20. Not a bad price for good basic software and a card.


Posted July 05, 2005 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


For quick and dirty jobs V3 was a great tool - enough features to make it useful without being overly complex to use. V4 bring with it a few more features and a better user interface and while it still won't suit someone wanting to do compex editing it is good for basic works and manages to render quite quickly.

Russ



Posted June 13, 2005 by . Tool version 4 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 6 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


As I understood, it's atool for video capturing from digital tapes, right? I've never used it, but I would like to ask if anyone knows anything about converting VHS tapes to DVD.
Do I need any software? If yes, white kind of?

Thanks in advance.



Posted June 09, 2005 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 5 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


For the price, and the ease of use this can not be beaten. This is the product from the same company who makes the player PowerDVD 5 and you all know that works.

Capture your file to an *.MPG file first (happens automatically). Then burn it to a standard play (2 hour) or extended play (4 hour) disk format.




Posted June 09, 2005 by . Tool version 2.x gold using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


Would not run at all.

For starters, I have a normal computer; 1.4 GHz with 640 MB of RAM, running Windows XP. The program went through a normal-looking install but refused to run at all - ever. I installed it 5 times. It also refused to uninstall; either using it's own uninstall feature or with Windows Add/Remove Programs. I had to do a System Restore to get rid of it. Their tech support department eventually sent me instructions on how to edit the registry to get rid of it. Arguably the most useless program I've ever purchased.



Posted March 14, 2005 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 1 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


2 words: slow, re-encode-no-matter-what.


Posted February 19, 2005 by . Tool version 2 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 4 of 10 Value for money 8 of 10 Overall score 2 of 10


There seems to be 2 serious limitations with this software.

1. Where is the option to preserve a 16:9 widescreen Aspect Ratio (ie. if that is the Aspect Ratio of your source file)?

The program seems to automatically author all output to 4:3, irrespective of the source file's aspect ratio ... which would be ludicrous if that is the case.

Read this Review of v2:
http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/multimedia/powerproducer/1000953/

The comment of particular concern is:
"Another thing that surprised me was that you don't seem to be allowed to flag your recordings as 16:9 so that widescreen recordings can be made to play in letterbox mode."

... which means that any DVD created by this software from a 16:9 (widescreen) source file will be squashed horizontally and stretched vertically.


2. This Software doesn't seem to allow elementary streams (ie. .m2v files etc.) to be imported - which is the basis of any good authoring application.

If anyone has solutions to these issues with this software, please post.



Posted February 06, 2005 by . Tool version 3 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 2 of 10 Value for money 2 of 10 Overall score 2 of 10


I recently bought an LG GSA-4160B dvd burner and PowerProducer Gold came with it. I wanted software that would work with DVD-RAM and was compatable with the drive I purchased. However, PowerProducer Gold was too limited for my uses. So... I upgraded to 3.0

Big mistake.

The features are far richer, but it is the most unstable piece of software I have ever used.

I'm running windows 2000 on an 800mhz PIII with 256 megs of RAM. I don't expect speedy performance with this setup, but I DO expect well-tested software that won't crash EVERY time I try to import a video file and 1/2 the time I click "OK" after doing some edits. I have contacted tech support, but I'm not crossing my fingers.

If anything changes, I'll post it. For now, I'd say stay away from version 3.0 of this product. Yech...



Posted December 24, 2004 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS Win2K
Ease of use 6 of 10 Functionality 1 of 10 Value for money 1 of 10 Overall score 1 of 10


The updates from 2.x are fantastic but am having a lot of trouble getting it to work, working with comapny to get this resolved. I'm new to video editting/dvd creation and have found this a great package to introduce me to what can be done


Posted December 09, 2004 by . Tool version 3.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 5 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


I bought this for $10 from the message posted in this thread from softwareoutlet.com. It was crashing at first like one of the other posts in the thread mentioned but after downloading the LATEST update patches for powerproducer 2 gold from cyberlink's website, it worked quite well. For $10 and what it enables you to do, it's a really good deal.


Posted December 06, 2004 by . Tool version 2 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


This can be had for under $10 so I decided to check it out a trial. Unfortunately, a lot of authoring apps assume you have no idea what you are doing and insist on making you choose an encoding option. This happens to be SP, EP or LP (I think). I already know how to make DVD compliant streams. I just want something to author what I tell it. Nothing more, nothing less. I also need a program that will accept elementary streams, I didn't see a way to accomplish that either. Given the price, if you are an inexperienced user, check it out. If you know what you are doing already, use something like DVD Lab.


Posted August 09, 2004 by . Tool version Gold using OS Win2K
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


Well, having tried to produce dvd's from avi,them tmpg to encode etc etc, getting great results,but oh so slow.
tried this, only one problem, identified by support, that PP does not like Messenger loaded, or as seems to be usual with capturing/encoding, no anti-virus or anything else loaded.

I have captured hours via my ADVC300 using this software, and guess what it converts pal/ntsc, how?It won't let you "capture" pal as NTSC, but capture it as whatever it is, save the file,which it does automatically anyway once its finished encoding,then exit, re start the software, use the wizrad to state which format you want, then import the video file you've saved, use the create a dvd folder ONLY, make sure burn to disk is unchecked, it takes about 2 hours to re-code pal to ntsc, all done.

May be not as good quality as Tnpg, but I cannot shade th difference.

Great software.



Posted July 20, 2004 by . Tool version 2.05.1126 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


I recently came across Power Producer for under $10 here:

http://www.softwareoutlet.com/Merchant2 ... _Code=4410

I've never ordered from there, so I'm passing this along.



Posted July 12, 2004 by . Tool version 2.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


After playing with Power Producer 2 Gold for a few months, I've discovered a few things in converting VHS tapes to DVD.

If I capture video using the highest quality (60 min ) setting in PP2 and Dolby Digital sound and then use TEMPGEnc Express 3 to create and edit a final MPEG-2 file I get very good results before using TEMPGEnc DVD Author to create to final DVD product.

Using the HQ setting in PP2 results in a very large MPEG-2 file in PP2 that, once imported into TEMPGEnc Express 3.0, edited and set to use 100% of the DVD and the Motion Search to Highest , results in bit rates of about 5.3 K for a 90 Min VHS tape... of course it also takes about 12 hours to complete the encoding, but the end product is very good quality.

Adding the AC-3 Plug-in gives me some very good DVDs as a result.

PP2 breaks up large captures into 2 MPEG files when using the HQ capture setting, but setting TEMPGEnc Express 3 to output as one file keeps audio and video in sync just fine... after doing 20 or so VHS to DVD conversions using this method, I have yet to have any that had audio/video sync problems.

If you don't want to or can't capture to .avi (and end up with huge .avi files) this method of transferring VHS to DVD may work for you.:)




Posted July 12, 2004 by . Tool version 2.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


Simple to use; easy to learn.

Very limited in ability to edit video. Best for "quick and dirty" captures and disk output. For this purpose, it works well.

Software company states that the AB Cut function doesn't work and to use the Split function instead and delete the unwanted portion.

Because of limitations, I wanted to capture and "burn" with this program and edit with something else. I was advised by software company that it cannot output MPEG files directly, therefore I cannot easily use it for my desired use. However, they did say to output SVCD disks and copy back in the MPEG 2 files (audio will be MPEG 1).

Very simple and easy to learn. Functions well for limited uses.

Currently using old VideoWave 4 to capture and edit and output MPEG 2 files and using PowerProducer Gold 2.0 to "burn" DVDs.



Posted July 11, 2004 by . Tool version 2.0 Gold using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 3 of 10 Value for money 6 of 10 Overall score 4 of 10


I agree- this is the only program I've found that virtually never has a problem with audio-video sync. The only thing I don't like is the limited control over the menu. I usually create a DVD with no menu and then import it into TMPGEnc DVD Author to create the menu- but occasionally DVD Author creates sync problems that weren't there on the PowerProduced DVD files.

I would give it a 9 because of the menu, but for the price it's a 10 anyway.



Posted July 02, 2004 by . Tool version 2 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


I have gone through many weeks of frustration trying to transfer VHS tapes to DVD, mainly due to A/V synch problems. The first step I made towards solving that issue was to replace my capture card with a Canopus ADVC-50 that has locked audio. That still did not solve the problem though - most of the authoring packages I tried still messed up the synch. I finally found Power Producer 2, and now I am authoring DVDs with perfect A/V synch. The package is extremely easy to use, but it does lack some of the features present in other authoring packages. It has the 1 feature I need and that's what matters to me - it works and doesn't screw up the DVD output!


Posted July 02, 2004 by . Tool version 2 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


I've had very good results capturing VHS to DVD using a Data Video DAC-100 with Power Producer 2 Gold.

One of the few programs I've used which keeps sound and video in sync on the finished product. Very limited and somewhat confusing editing capability, but for copying VHS tapes the video quality is excellent for me. Doing captures using the 60 min. mode (8 kbs rate) gives me video that looks like the original and the option to have Dolby Digital output on the DVD actually works well. If you don't need the extensive editing and menu creation capabilities of more expensive programs (Ulead VS 7, Nero Vision Express 2, etc.) this could be a cost effective solution to VHS or DV camera capture to DVD.

For me this program is fast... an 84 min. VHS (Hondo) capture to DVD took only 5 hours from the start of capture to a completed DVD that plays on every DVD player I've tried so far.

One nice feature is the option to include an auto starting DVD player (a Power DVD version) on the burned DVD for use on computers that don't have a software player already.

The biggest drawback I've found is the slim documentation, lack of tutorials and sometimes confusing instructions in the users manual.

The user's hardware my determine how well this program works for them... I use a P4 3.06 ghz with 1 gb of ram and (2) 120 gb SATA HDs and have had no glitches.:)




Posted May 06, 2004 by . Tool version 2.0 Gold using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10




It's Simple and straightforward. Agree with this: "My only gripe: Menus are all or nothing (you are forced to have chapter sub menus if your title has chapters)" and indeed it is extremely slow at building the DVD files.


It also crashed while building the DVD image many times. I do like the software but I don't like this many crashes.




Posted May 06, 2004 by . Tool version 2.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 4 of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


For the price I don't think it can be beat. Simple, intuitive, straightforward. If this is what you want, this will deliver. My only gripe: Menus are all or nothing (you are forced to have chapter sub menus if your title has chapters) and even though I was able to pass through video without re-encoding, it was extremely slow at building the DVD files.


Posted February 17, 2004 by . Tool version 2 using OS Win2K
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10

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