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Cyberlink offers large discount to users of competing software

Posted at 31 January 2013 14:24 CEST by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Cyberlink is offering large discounts to users of competing software who want to switch to PowerDirector 11. The company has setup a special page on their website which compares Adobe Premiere Elements, Sony Movie Studio and Pinnacle Studio to PowerDirector 11. Users can get a coupon code by sending an e-mail to the company in which you have to show a screenshot of the about page of the software you currently use.

Cyberlink claims that within 2 days they will send a coupon code that makes users eligible for discounts ranging from $30 for PowerDirector 11 Ultra, to $80 for Director Suite. More information can be found on this special page on the Cyberlink website.

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There are 10 comments

CDan
MyCE Resident
Posted on: 31 Jan 13 23:06
    I can't hold back, gotta say it:

    They should give it away, even free it's a bad bargain.
    WTexSkeptic
    MyCE Rookie
    Posted on: 31 Jan 13 23:17
      Gotta agree with CDan on this one.

      The Cyberlink software is horrific...they couldn't make it any more frustrating to work with if they deliberately tried. I particularly loved the crashes with no clue as to what happened.

      Never again.
      whatever_gong82
      MyCE Member
      Posted on: 04 Feb 13 18:00
        They couldn't pay me to put their software on my PC or laptops.

        I've had so many bad experiences with their stuff that I stay far and wide of their products, and tell my friends likewise.
        Wombler
        Administrator & Reviewer
        Posted on: 04 Feb 13 18:31
          I must be the only person here that quite likes the feel of PowerDVD.


          Wombler
          whatever_gong82
          MyCE Member
          Posted on: 04 Feb 13 18:51
            Quote:
            Originally Posted by Wombler
            I must be the only person here that quite likes the feel of PowerDVD.


            Wombler
            Yep, I think that you are.

            alan1476
            Senior Moderator, Software Editor and Head of Promotions
            Posted on: 04 Feb 13 23:40
              Who watches movies on their computer anyway? What a waste of money.
              bean55
              MyCE Resident
              Posted on: 04 Feb 13 23:55
                Quote:
                Originally Posted by Wombler
                I must be the only person here that quite likes the feel of PowerDVD.


                Wombler
                Older versions I liked, now I use VLC and been using the Fab player here lately
                Wombler
                Administrator & Reviewer
                Posted on: 05 Feb 13 14:30
                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by bean55
                  Older versions I liked, now I use VLC and been using the Fab player here lately
                  Well TBH it's an older version I'm using that I got with the PC so things could well have gone downhill since then.

                  I use also use VLC too though.


                  Wombler
                  bean55
                  MyCE Resident
                  Posted on: 05 Feb 13 15:00
                    Up to PowerDVD 8 was good, IMO after that it started going downhill fast
                    Wombler
                    Administrator & Reviewer
                    Posted on: 05 Feb 13 21:25
                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by bean55
                      Up to PowerDVD 8 was good, IMO after that it started going downhill fast
                      Believe it or not it's Version 7 I'm still using here.


                      Wombler

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