Cyberlink Powerdirector For Mac Os

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Antonio1975Newbie Private MessageJoined: Aug 14, 2017 10:23Messages: 2Offline
Solved byAug 14, 2017 10:36 Dears,
do you know if will be available a version for MacOS soon?
I need to purchase a Mac ASAP and I do not want switch to Final Cut or use virtual machine or other.
I need to use the full Power of the MacOS system and his optimized hardware, normally used by professional users.
thanks Powerdirector
Antonio and Alberto

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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Aug 14, 2017 11:09
QuoteDears,
do you know if will be available a version for MacOS soon?
I need to purchase a Mac ASAP and I do not want switch to Final Cut or use virtual machine or other.
I need to use the full Power of the MacOS system and his optimized hardware, normally used by professional users.
thanks
Antonio and Alberto

They had one a long time ago but stopped sellingit - either no one bought it or there were to many technical challenges to update it.
If yiou are going to spend that much $$ on a MAC and need it ASAP, then yoiu should buy the software available for it now.
Why do you need a MAC - or is there more to this question? .
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Bogdan_DSenior MemberPrivate MessageJoined: Mar 30, 2014 12:49Messages: 167Offline
Aug 14, 2017 13:14 'Why do you need a MAC...'
Funny question. It is one of the best, shortest jokes.

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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Aug 14, 2017 13:51
Quote'Why do you need a MAC...'
Funny question. It is one of the best, shortest jokes.

Ah, someone who still believes that Apple's rhetoric that MACs are superior to PCs (notice I did not say Windows).
Remember now that they both use Intel chips!.
Why are you here on a PC software forum if you have and use a MAC for video editing?
Powerdirector I think computers are like softwaqre; the best one is the one that is intuitive -- thinks like-- you do.
Oops, forget I replied to your joke comment. Let's agree to discagree and not start a battle on this site. I've used both but I didn;t find any clear cut preference of one over the other.

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Bogdan_DSenior MemberPrivate MessageJoined: Mar 30, 2014 12:49Messages: 167Offline
Aug 14, 2017 14:05
I use Windows on PC and Android on phone. Never used Mac and never will. I hate them. But it was a funny joke, against Mac.
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Antonio1975Newbie Private MessageJoined: Aug 14, 2017 10:23Messages: 2Offline
Aug 15, 2017 10:16
Thanks for your answers but I only want to know whether cyberlink is planning to release a version of PD on MacOs.
This is the forum of Powerdirector and not the forum on PC Vs MacOs.
I love PD but I am just considering switching from PC to MacOs for a number of reasons (including design).
Cheers Antonio
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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Aug 15, 2017 10:24
QuoteThanks for your answers but I only want to know whether cyberlink is planning to release a version of PD on MacOs.
This is the forum of Powerdirector and not the forum on PC Vs MacOs.
I love PD but I am just considering switching from PC to MacOs for a number of reasons (including design).
Cheers Antonio

Answered in my first reply - They had a version but stopped making it. It is doubtful that they would spend the effort to create a new version.
By the way, why don;t you ask Cyberlink directly -- sales. .
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