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In that case, and I'll try
In my experience, that support responds within 2-7 days. But responds
Thanks Theolilou for your screenshot

Just as I thought. It seems that you have changed the file name. When I installed PowerDirector 14 the file is called pdr.exe. Your file is called pdr14.exe. Have you changed only the name? Do you have followed the advice of this thread?



I found some help on Nvidia forum

But I can't use Nvidia Inspector properly.

I quote:

"However, for advanced users wanting to use the GPU anyway, you can modify the Power Director profile with nvidia inspector."

Does anyone know what needs to change in Nvidia Inspector to be able to turn on acceleration?


Unfortunately, this does not work for me. Maybe you have changed something more? I tried twice. Unfortunately I can not add PowerDirector, because it is already on the list after installing the drivers.

I found some help on Nvidia forum

But I can't use Nvidia Inspector properly
I have a question, whether CyberLink personally announced these problems to Nvidia? And whether CyberLink talks with Nvidia to solve the problem? Does anyone know what are the actions CyberLink in this case, in addition to doing the test? Does CyberLink received a response from Nvidia in this case?

The specification PowerDirector is written:

NVIDIA:GeForce 8500GT/9800GT and aboveGeForce GT/GTS/GTX 200/400/500/600/700/800/900 Series

PLEASE NOTE: For users of NVIDIA cards using pre-Kepler architecture who have updated to graphics driver 340.43 or later, the CUDA video hardware video encoder feature in PowerDirector is no longer available. To re-enable hardware acceleration, please download and install an earlier driver.

I don't see information: "People who have laptops with dGPU you have no acceleration"

Therefore, if there is a problem (I am able to understand) I'm asking is what action took CyberLink to explain the problem with Nvidia? I think it's understandable.

As I see on the forum this problem is known for many months. CyberLink should put a warning for new users, so they do not feel frustrated as I am. If I knew about this problem probably I would buy other software.


PepsiMan thanks,

But ...

Why my another program works OK. Sketchup use my 960M very hard, OctaneRender (rendering 3D i realtime use CUDA), Blender. Why this aplication can working with 960M but PowerDirector can't?

Please answer technical. I would like to write to Nvidia but I do not know the problem in detail. What PowerDirector does differently than Sketchup, Blender, OctaneRender?
I have the same problem
Does the frame interpolated technology work (PD14)? For me no. I try slow x0,25 sample clip (surfer).

Result are frames like this 111 222 333 444 555 66

I do not see any difference in frames after switching on interpolated technology. Frames of the movie are just copied. I thought that frames will vary.

I also checked on the exported movie.

PD14.0.2302.0 64-Bit Ultimate



I have the same problem. I have laptop Lenovo y50-70

Other programs exp. Sketchup 2016, OctaneRender (CUDA rendering program) use 960M with no problem.

Why PowerDirector can't use Nvidia 960M properly? Why another program can use Nvidia 960M properly?

Cyberlink - don't bury your head in the sand


OK thanks
But I have a screenshot of the page in JPG format. Can I make a perspective and motion in PD using JPG file?

I would like to get the result as in this film.

Maybe someone knows a tutorial? How to go about it?


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