CyberLink Launches MediaShow 4

CyberLink releases CyberLink MediaShow 4, combining photo and video management, enhancement, authoring, burning and sharing in one application. The software features a next-generation 3D "liquid" interface that ensures ease-of-use and fun for users while working on their precious photos and videos.

Key features of CyberLink MediaShow 4 include:
- Easy, drag-and-drop media-management functionality;
- Stunning 3D liquid user interface, providing a stylishly simple, and highly responsive work environment;
- 1-click tools for enhancing videos and photos;
- 3-click DVD authoring with instant preview and burning;
- Cell-style slideshow creator, featuring beat detection technology that automatically syncs photo animations to selected background music;
- Easy creation of themed-based movies;
- Stylish and animated DVD menus;
- Direct online publishing of photos and videos through Flickr and YouTube.

MediaShow 4 features a stunning 3D "liquid" interface, for easy, fun and stylish navigation, with smooth transitions and quick responsiveness. Videos and photos can be enhanced with one-click editing tools, or efficiently fine tuned to match one's needs. Photo editing features include a split-screen window, conveniently showing "before and after" next to each other for easy comparison.

MediaShow 4 lets users create cool and stylish content such as impressive slideshows, including the new animated "cell" style, which features beat detection technology for automatically synchronizing the animation of photos according to a soundtrack's rhythm. Users can therefore create unique slideshows from a single set of photos, simply by changing their music selection.

3-click DVD authoring, and instant previewing, let users output their videos and slideshows in no time. One-click emailing and direct uploading to online sites Flickr and YouTube allow users to publish and share their content with friends, and the world.

CyberLink MediaShow 4 is now available online and the retail version will be available in UK and German stores beginning May 2008. MediaShow supports the following languages: English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), German, Japanese, French, Italian, Korean, and Spanish. CyberLink also offers OEM versions to PC and CE manufacturing customers.

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