CyberLink's Windows 8-based PowerDirector app demoed

Earlier this month, the media software company CyberLink announced it would release Windows 8 "Modern" UI versions of three of its software programs. One of them will be PowerDirector 10, the latest installment of its video editing software product.

Engadget got a chance recently to check out a hands-on demo of the PowerDirector Windows 8 app. It will support the editing of a number of video file formats and will allow users to make cuts and changes to videos simply by accessing the app's touch screen interface; it will also support adding audio files to your video creation.

The Windows 8 version of PowerDirector will also give users a number of different templates to enhance videos. Finally, once you are ready to launch your latest and greatest movie creation, PowerDirector will let you do so by uploading it to YouTube or Facebook.

If you want to use the full featured PC desktop version of PowerDirector, the Windows 8 app will allow users to import their creations to the desktop for that purpose. CyberLink will launch the Windows 8 version of PowerDirector on October 26th on the Windows Store for between $10 to $15. If you purchase the full featured version of PowerDirector, CyberLink will let you download the Windows 8 app for free.

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