You can output your video to a file, which you can watch on a computer, burn to disc, or output to a portable device. To output your video to a file, select the File tab and then select the desired file format.
Before you output your production to a video file, you may want to create a new quality profile, edit an existing one, or select a different existing profile and other options from one of the available drop-downs in the production options section.
- Fast video rendering technology: SVRT and Hardware video encoder are options that can reduce production time. The Hardware video encoder option is only enabled if you are using a NVIDIA graphics card that supports CUDA technology or an ATI graphics card that supports Stream technology, and it is enabled in the GPU acceleration section on the Editing Preferences tab.
- Dolby Digital 5.1: select this preference if you want to include Dolby Digital 5.1 audio in your produced video file.
- Enable preview during production: select this option to preview your movie during production. Selecting this option will increase the time required to produce your file.
- x.v.Color: x.v.Color is a new color system that can display a wider color range than usual. CyberLink PowerDirector can generate an x.v.Color-compliant stream, which is backward compatible with RGB displays, while offering the opportunity to achieve better visual quality if your playback environment is x.v.Color ready).
- Shut down after production: select this option for if you want to shut down your computer automatically after CyberLink PowerDirector finishes producing your video.