It gives Windows filmmakers the ability to import multiple types of video (including mpeg 2, h.264, and mkv files)
Film makers are able to trim clips using taps, pinches and swipes.
Finished work is output at up to 1080p resolution.
PowerDirector provides several Magicstyle templates (“themes” in Apple parlance) to style your videos.
You can mix in music from your personal itunes collection. as well.
The app allows you to share it on Facebook or YouTube with just a few taps or save the file locally.
It can export the project to your desktop for further fine tuning using the full PowerDirector software.
It looks good and it also seems like a model for new Windows 8 app interactions – a light app on the Metro desktop with the ability to interact with the full app on the Windows 8 desktop.
It’ll be fun to see.
Engadget have a video where they checked it out.
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