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AudioDirector 365

AudioDirector 365

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  • Latest Version

    AudioDirector 365 LATEST

  • Review by

    Sophia Jones

  • Operating System

    Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11

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  • Author / Product

    CyberLink / External Link

AudioDirector 365 is a professional suite of audio mixing, editing, and mastering tools that can help enthusiasts and audio professionals take full control over their audio productions, from recording to publishing.



Consisting of four editing software solutions (PowerDirector, PhotoDirector, AudioDirector, and ColorDirector), this ultimate audio editor can help anyone to create their own perfect recording environment, with full control over the clarity, precision, and quality of every audio track. With a wide variety of tools for clearing up all sources of audio content (speech, music, instruments), users can easily extract the exact audio content their need, discarding the background noise or imperfections with the help of fast, reliable, and automated tools.

Some of the most common use-case scenarios for the CyberLink AudioDirector 365 suite of apps are removing wind from the backgrounds of recording, the balance of vocals, extraction of vocals, customization of background tracks, removal of audio elements (including speech), enhancement of speech, a wide array of restoration procedures (removing background noise, hiss, and hum, distortion, contour dialogue, …) and much more. And best things yet, many of these procedures can be done with a built-in AI-powered tool that can remove much manual work and provide users with great-sounding results that can be manually tweaked if needed.

It can handle separate audio tracks, unify different tracks in effect combos, record in real-time from multiple input channels, and perform batch processing tasks that can dramatically increase the speed of audio editing. And all the apps inside the AudioDirector 365 can collaborate and share projects, enabling AudioDirector projects to be easily exported into Power Director, enabling perfect automatic synchronization between apps.

AudioDirector 365 is a premium audio edit suite that must be purchased to unlock all of its functionality, but a free demo is available for users who want to test it out before committing to either a lifetime license purchase or a monthly subscription.

It is important to note that a lifetime license is available only for the app, while a subscription unlocks access to the entire AudioDirector 365 suite, with access to advanced services such as libraries for background music, sound clips, Shutterstock premium music library, catalog of video and photo plug-ins, cloud storage, and a set of exclusive video, photo, and color grading tools.
  • 30-day trial version
  • Importing and producing H.264 video files is only supported on Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7 systems or hardware platforms offering independent H.264 encoding and decoding
  • 2K/4K (UltraHD) resolution video files are not supported
  • The trial does not include H.265 (HEVC) support
AudioDirector 365 is optimized only for modern versions of Windows OS (Windows 7 or newer) and is translated to 10 international languages.

PROS
  • Regular Updates: As part of the subscription model, users receive regular updates with new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
  • Access to Premium Content: Users may have access to a library of royalty-free music, sound effects, and plugins as part of the subscription.
  • Technical Support: Subscription plans often include customer support, providing assistance with any technical issues or questions.
  • Affordable: Compared to purchasing the software outright, a subscription model can be more cost-effective for users who need access to the software for a limited period.
  • Flexibility: Subscriptions typically offer flexible licensing options, allowing users to install the software on multiple devices or platforms.
CONS
  • Dependency on Subscription: Users must maintain an active subscription to continue using the software. If the subscription lapses, access to the software and any associated content may be lost.
  • Cost Over Time: While subscription models can be affordable in the short term, the cumulative cost over time may exceed the one-time purchase price of a perpetual license.
  • Internet Connection Required: Some subscription models require an internet connection to verify the subscription status periodically, which may be inconvenient for users without reliable internet access.
  • Limited Ownership: Unlike purchasing a perpetual license, users do not own the software outright with a subscription model. This means they may lose access to the software if they choose to cancel their subscription.