It takes a workflow-based approach to organising and editing images, steering the user through the process of importing, managing, correcting and finally exporting and sharing photos.
PhotoDirector 2011 includes native support for RAW-format images from Canon and Nikon cameras, a non-destructive editing environment allowing users to experiment with different edits before committing to changes, and an online resource for pros called DirectorZone where users can share and download image editing presets.
Cyberlink PhotoDirector 2011 includes all the standard editing tools expected from a photo-editing package, including noise removal, sharpness, white balance and RGB Levels. In addition to this, PhotoDirector includes a number of regional adjustment tools for targeting specific areas of an image for editing, such as an edge-aware brush, gradient mask, spot removal and fit-to-edges for precise selections.
Cyberlink PhotoDirector 2011 is available as a free trial for PCs with dual-core processors and 128MB or more video RAM running Windows XP SP3 or later. The full version costs US$99.95.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk