Cyberlink this week announced that it is making PhotoDirector 2011 available in beta form for a limited time. It will arrive officially in June.
The release, the company said, “allows users to experiment with a vast array of photo workflow, editing and management tools.”
“PhotoDirector 2011is the perfect solution for anyone who is passionate about photography,” Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink, said as part of the announcement. “We greatly value our customers’ feedback and input and through the PhotoDirector 2011 Beta Program we have an excellent opportunity to work closely with the end user and introduce them to new photo editing software that will transform their photography.”
The company this week also unveiled several upcoming new media entertainment products at Computex in Taiwan.