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- Fast Flexible and Powerful World's most flexible and fastest 64-bit video editing software - supporting 100 track multicam editing and fully customizable design tools & effects Supports latest 4K H.265/HEVC and XAVC-S formats
- Pristine Audio for Your Movies Advanced audio editing software for multitrack mixing audio restoration and the creation of surround sound tracks with amazing effects
- Film-Style Color for Your Movies Professional color grading software with complete color adjustment and correction tools Innovative motion tracking for regional color adjustment
- Premium Effects Includes NewBlue Video Essentials 1/5 NewBlue Titler Pro v.1 CyberLink Wedding Pack Travel Pack 2 Holiday Pack 5 20GB CyberLink Cloud service for 1 year and PowerDirector Mobile for Windows 8/Android
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I am unable to burn Blueray Disc as I continually get the following Error Message:
I have an account I set up at their website to get my concern's answered. Waiting for Customer Service Response in writing is just too slow. I went ahead and paid for the Telephone support. Paid $29.00 for two months, so I called today (8/18/15) to see if I could get help quicker. The person that I talked to(don't know what country) at their customer service center basically told me since I already had a ticket open, that I would have to wait for the response that could take 24 to 48 hrs with instructions. I submitted my ticket on Friday 8/14/15. If I cannot get phone support, then why have this kind of service that you have to pay for in the first place. Due to the customer service and not being able to burn a Blueray Disc, I am giving the program a 1 star rating.
Updated 8/20/15. I finally got a response from Technical Support. this is what I recieved:
Thank you for writing back.
In regards to your concern, I would request you to please provide me the below mentioned information so that I can assist you further :
1) Provide me the screenshot for the error message with full background. To take the screen shot please follow the steps:
a) To take a screen shot, press the "Prt Scr" key on your keyboard when you encounter this error.
b) Then go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Paint.
c) Paste the screen captured there by pressing "Ctrl+V" or Alt+Edit+Paste.
d) Save the file as a .jpeg and then send it to us for analysis.
2) Provide screenshot of the disc preferences settings.
3) Provide screenshot of the burning window before clicking on Start burning.
Use the below mentioned link to get back for further queries:
Please feel free to contact us back for any further clarification or for any assistance related to CyberLink products.
Thank You and Best Regards,
CyberLink Technical Support
The funny thing is that I already provided them with all this information. I even took pictures of the error message with the settings. Wherre is the customer service. If I could provide them with a Negative 10 rating I would do it.
With Cyberlink, you have to jump through hoops and give up your first born to enter a question to customer service, but it does answer relatively quickly. And, in spite of the shabby treatment I received from customer service as documented below, I am pleased with the product itself, to the point at which I can understand it that is. See the following:
I responded to a Cyberlink Support Quality Survey with the highest remarks after receiving a speedy and good response to a technical question.
"If any, how would you like us to improve our customer service quality?"
I have two suggestions, not criticisms, which would be helpful:
First. It is quite an ordeal to request help from your customer service. I can understand all the hoops a customer must go through to enter a first request; however, it is quite tedious to do it for every request and makes you look very much like you don't really want to help your customer.
Second. Your tutorial and your user guide both have some deficiencies. The icons are printed so small and so poorly, that even with a magnifying glass it is difficult sometimes to identify what it looks like. Furthermore, Cyberlink video editing is very complex software, and one can tell that it must contain many capabilities that are NOT covered in any of your texts. It is NOT helpful to tell the user THAT something can be done without telling him HOW it can be done.
I admit that any person who is already familiar with other video editing software would intuitively know how to do things. That is of no use to an absolute newbie. Now you might say that Cyberlink is not for newbies; but you would be making a mistake to say so. I definitely did not want to learn a novice editing software, and then once I became more accomplished have to relearn a whole new client like Cyberlink. I purchased Cyberlink because I wanted to buy the best amateur editing software I could buy, struggle through the learning process, and do that all the first time. But it is important for you to know that you do NOT provide all the tools necessary for a newbie to start from scratch and become an expert in Cyberlink.
Having said all that, I remain happy that I bought a superior editing product, but sure do need clearer DEFINITIONS.
AT WHICH POINT CYBERLINK:
Cut off my text, refused my "submit", and routed me to a page which said:
This page can't be displayed by security issue. (sic)
Maybe your request have unfriendly content. (sic)
Contact support for additional information.
The incident ID is: 388397720833633410
The session ID is: 434670517192216715
I trudged my way back to Customer Support and replied (do not have a copy) to the effect that, looking at the grammar on their error report, perhaps somebody at Cyberlink does not understand some of the courtesies and subtleties of the English Language.
So, right now I am pretty pissed off (a technical term) at the arrogance of Cyberlink to so unceremoniously cut me off my attempt to be helpful to them. As of this time, Cyberlink has not accepted nor even knows what are the two suggestions I offered.
Thanks for posting this and letting us know. We are now aware of your suggestions, and I have passed them on to the relevant departments.
For the user guide you mentioned, not sure if you are referring to the printed quick start guide that was provided in your box, or you actually downloaded the user's guide from our web site. Just to be sure, here is a copy of the user's guide which has more of the information you are looking for:
You can also access the same content by pressing the F1 key on your keyboard to view the help file when in PowerDirector 13. I also have some more learning resources for you. Here is a tutorial book that is designed for new users:
A web page that has introductions to most of the major features in PowerDirector:
And also here is a link to our new learning center:
I am also providing you a link to the CyberLink Community Forum, where you can ask PowerDirector users any questions you may have after viewing the content provided:
Hopefully all these resources provided is enough to get you going. Please let us know if you have any more questions or comments.