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Facebook terminated the ability to upload videos to their site. See this announcement for more details:

https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/76839.page#314409

You can do as Optodata suggested to upload it.

David
Click on the gear icon at the top of the PowerDirector window to enter the Preference window. You can also open it by pressing Alt+C on your keyboard.

Next, click on the Confirmation tab and then deselect the "Always enter timeline mode at startup" option. Close PowerDirector and then reopen and you will see the launcher again where you can select Slideshow mode.

David
I noticed that your photos are on the PiP tracks, with none on the main track. That is the difference between the two screen shots. Can you try moving the photo to the top track and then see if those features are there? I know that some features are unavailable on the PiP tracks.

David
Oh, well PowerDVD will let you use two subtitle files during playback. I just tested it again and after starting playback, I right clicked on the video, selected "Primary Subtitles", and then chose my first subtitle file. I then right-clicked again, selected "Secondary Subtitles" and then the other subtitle file.

PowerDVD doesn't burn video though, if this is your primary question.

David
No, Power2Go cannot burn subtitles to discs. This is something you need PowerDirector for, which I believe can only burn one subtitle track from what I know of.

David
To remove them, you have to first go through the process of importing a new disc. When in the disc info window, click the Edit Tags button. In there you can remove any existing tags that you don't want.

David
Just launch them from the start menu instead of via Media Suite's Power Starter app. i.e. click the Windows icon then type in the program you want to launch. You could also create shortcuts on the desktop for the programs you use more often.

David
First, ensure you have the latest version of PowerDirector 17 installed. Latest patch update can be found here:

https://www.cyberlink.com/support/powerdirector-video-editing-software/patches_en_US.html

If you do, then please read and follow instructions in this FAQ: https://www.cyberlink.com/support/product-faq-content.do?id=23900

David
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David, I looked and couldn't find "enable hardware video encoder" on my windows 10. The computer is brand new so should be up to date. My graphics card is an intell (R) UHD graphics 630. Do you know how I find enable hardware video encoder on Windows 10 or do I need to do it through an added program from Microsoft?


As tomasc said. the hardware encoding options are within Power2Go settings, not in Windows. After you select Video Disc - Blu-ray Disc to enter the video burning window, click on the "Burning" menu option near the top right and then select "Settings". There you will find the two options he mentioned.

David
You could also deselect the "Enable hardware video encoder" option and see if that makes a difference. There are several reports on this forum of GPU encoding causes related video issues on video.

If that doesn't work, ensure you GPU driver is up to date (from the web site) and see if that improves the video quality.

David
PowerDVD 16 is compatible with Windows 10, so it should not be a problem to install it. If you can't, I suggest you contact CyberLink Customer Service:

https://membership.cyberlink.com/support/customer-services.do

David
You can't upgrade the free trial. You need to uninstall it and then purchase the version you want from this page:

https://www.cyberlink.com/products/powerdirector-video-editing-software/features_en_US.html?affid=2581_1369_540

Once purchased you download and install it from the email you will receive:

David
Quote Why are 480p / 720p / 1080p the only encoding resolutions offered ? Does Cyberlink plan to fix this ?


Most likely because the Screen Recorder 4 upgrade was mostly focused on game and live streaming, and most of the video streaming platforms (Twitch, FB, YouTube, etc) only support up to 1080p at the moment. Also, I don't think any of the main competitors support 4K capture yet, do they?

Maybe in the next version, whenever that will be.

David
Which software are you using? PowerDirector? If yes, which version? Go to the about window and tell use the full version you see, as described here: https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/77190.page#post_box_315913

If you had a trial version of PowerDirector installed, you must uninstall it and install the downloaded version instead.

Please provide more information, and then someone is more likely to help.

David
Actually there is no scam. It is clearly listed which features are available in the Standard version if you did the research before you bought:

https://www.cyberlink.com/support/product-faq-content.do?id=23375

You chose the cheapest of four versions, so logically there would be a resaon for that. And you can find that reasoning, Above.

What you can do, is take advantage of CyberLink's 30 day return policy and then get the version that you actually require to acomplish what you want to do.

David
Please give us more information about your webcam and GPU/video driver. The problem most likely lies in there. Also, you should follow the readme request and include your DXDiag file for reference:

https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/77498.page#post_box_317193

David
Quote Can PowerDirector be used to Facebook Live? If not is there a Cyberlink product that allows one to do facebook live fom a PC? Is there a reference manual or site that could enable a novice to break into the facebook live world?


Screen Recorder 4 will allow you to stream live video to Facebook and other social media platforms, including Twitch and Youtube:

https://www.cyberlink.com/products/screen-recorder/features_en_US.html

David
In the Library windiw, if you select the photo and then click on the Metadata tab, there are options to enter custom text. Under IPTC, there is a Content section that should meet your requirements. You can enter a lot of notes in the Description field.

David
OK, still don't know what kind of movie media you are playing or what version of PowerDVD you are using. Suggest to check if antivirus or firewall software blocks the powerdvd playback process. If that doesn't, then contact support

David
First, it is hard to provide any help when you gave so little detail. At minimum you should provide the requested information such as DXDiag file:

https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/66022.page#post_box_311122

Second, that symptom is usually a sign that your GPU driver or other driver needs updating.

David
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