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tomasc [Avatar]
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Reference post: https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/97363.page .

Here is an easy way to create an 8K custom profile in PD365. Follow these steps.


  1. Download the attached Asus 8k Phone 10 sec.mp4 and place it on the timeline.

  2. Do Alt-S to show that svrt is available with a custom profile working 100%. See the screenshot.

  3. Check the Clip properties to confirm the resolution, fps, and bitrates.

  4. Go to the Produce Page. Click the Profile Analyzer. Click the Intelligent SVRT tab. See the custom profile name, type, 7680x4320 resolution, 29.97 fps, 22 Mbps, Workload reduced 100%.

  5. Click Ok and the Intelligent SVRT - New Profile window pops up. You need to fill in the blue highlighted Profile name with the resolution like 7680 x 4320/30p so one can remember what it is for.

  6. Add to the Profile description the other pertinent data like frame rate, bitrate, etc. that describe the custom profile.

  7. Click OK on that box and the custom 8k profile is created.



Use that custom 8k profile on 8k videos. Using Nvidia Nvenc took 28 seconds to produce that 10 sec. Video on the timeline. Cpu encoding took 2 min, 30 seconds to produce. See the cpu encoded screenshot. More on this later as producing 8k video works differently, better, and faster with the earlier versions of PowerDirector.
[Thumb - PD365 8k hevc test cpu encode.png]
 Filename
PD365 8k hevc test cpu encode.png
[Disk]
 Description
CPU encoding is slow when compared to Nvenc.
 Filesize
382 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
5 time(s)
 Filename
Asus 8k Phone 10 sec.mp4
[Disk]
 Description
To be placed on the timeline.
 Filesize
27047 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
17 time(s)
[Thumb - PD365 8k hevc test.png]
 Filename
PD365 8k hevc test.png
[Disk]
 Description
Confirm clip properties.
 Filesize
451 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
6 time(s)

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BijDePinkenTV [Avatar]
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Quote Reference post: https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/97363.page .

Here is an easy way to create an 8K custom profile in PD365. Follow these steps.


  1. Download the attached Asus 8k Phone 10 sec.mp4 and place it on the timeline.

  2. Do Alt-S to show that svrt is available with a custom profile working 100%. See the screenshot.

  3. Check the Clip properties to confirm the resolution, fps, and bitrates.

  4. Go to the Produce Page. Click the Profile Analyzer. Click the Intelligent SVRT tab. See the custom profile name, type, 7680x4320 resolution, 29.97 fps, 22 Mbps, Workload reduced 100%.

  5. Click Ok and the Intelligent SVRT - New Profile window pops up. You need to fill in the blue highlighted Profile name with the resolution like 7680 x 4320/30p so one can remember what it is for.

  6. Add to the Profile description the other pertinent data like frame rate, bitrate, etc. that describe the custom profile.

  7. Click OK on that box and the custom 8k profile is created.



Use that custom 8k profile on 8k videos. Using Nvidia Nvenc took 28 seconds to produce that 10 sec. Video on the timeline. Cpu encoding took 2 min, 30 seconds to produce. See the cpu encoded screenshot. More on this later as producing 8k video works differently, better, and faster with the earlier versions of PowerDirector.


Wow, you have solved my problem! This really worked for me, thank you so much for taking the time to show how to do it!
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Wow, you have solved my problem! This really worked for me, thank you so much for taking the time to show how to do it!



no when i click on the file to be rendered once ive done everything in your link it will only allow me to render at 4k not 8k,
i am not saying it didnt work when the post was 1st posted but i beleieve power director has max out at 4k only for now
on the original link you sent if you look at a post stating ,pd limit is now 4k only

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Power director need to get its finger out with 4k being its max, if not its time i found a software that can!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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