Windows 10: How can I save videos from Cyberlink's PowerDirector 12?

  1.    18 Jul 2016 #1

    How can I save videos from Cyberlink's PowerDirector 12?


    I clicked on the Cyberlink Essentials icon as I was advised and found the video editing software called PowerDirector 12. I'm using this because Movie Maker is no longer included on my computer as it was on my previous one. I finally figured out how to import a video and even how to edit out parts I don't want. But when it came to saving the final result, that's when I have a problem. It seemed simple enough: I clicked save, and then the "save" window came up and allowed me to choose the location I wanted to save it, and in what format. Then I clicked "Save" at the bottom of the window, and the window disappeared. When I went to the location it was supposed to save to, it wasn't there. I tried this repeatedly, even specifying different save locations and formats for the video. Still, I got no video to show for it.

    I even found a video on youtube that gives instructions. At 1:03, it shows how to do a save. I did it this way, and I got no results after doing this. Here's the video: How to Produce (Render/Export) a Video in PowerDirector 12 - YouTube

    Can someone please help me with this?
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       18 Jul 2016 #2

    You forgot to click Start to produce / save the video. See screenshot for instructions in producing and saving your video:

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  3.    19 Jul 2016 #3

    Kari said: View Post
    You forgot to click Start to produce / save the video. See screenshot for instructions in producing and saving your video:

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Ah, I see now! That way sure seems counter-intuitive, but I guess that's the way they made it. Usually, clicking "save" is the last step in saving something. I'll do what you said when I get the chance and see if I end up with a new video.

    I guess I could also mention something else as long as I'm writing. I have videos that are shot at 30FPS, but when I tried to use them, I got a message saying I could only do videos up to 29.7FPS, so it reduced the output to the next level, which is 25FPS, which will degrade the quality. What's with that??? Couldn't they afford to give me that last 0.3FPS? Or is this just a way to get people to buy an upgraded version of this program?
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