How to Create a Star Wars Movie intro effect

| April 1, 2016 | 1 Comment

Been inspired by a recent star Wars blockbuster? With PowerDirector in Media Suite 13, you can easily recreate many of the amazing visual effects from Hollywood movies in your own videos.

Create Hollywood-style Movie Effects with PowerDirector

Here we show you how to add a Star Wars style animated lens flare effect to intro text.

How to – Stars Wars Effects tutorial

Watch the tutorial

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You can also check out some cool effects i created in my this recent video on hosting over here with power director.

What you get in the media suite package ?

Media Suite 13 Ultimate (Total Total valued over $900)

PowerDVD 15
No. 1 playback for Blu-ray, 3D & HD videos
PowerDirector 13
The fastest, most flexible video editor
PhotoDirector 6
The easiest photo editing and adjustment
Power2Go 10
All-in-one disc burning


If you dont like the idea of getting the whole media suite and just want to get a  good Video editing and creation software , then the Cyberlink Power Director is for you.

PowerDirector 14 Deluxe brings professional movie editing tools and features to your home. Its advanced but easy-to-use features allow you to edit your home movies to create jaw-dropping videos that you can share with your friends, family and the rest of the world online. PowerDirector 14 Deluxe’s Magic Movie Wizard allows novice movie editors to create a movie in just five easy steps.

It is designed for use by novice moviemakers, but it also has features that will make a more experienced editor feel right at home. More details below.

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Easily edit and enhance your home videos to create professional-looking movies that will impress your friends and family. This movie editing software gives you studio-quality tools at your fingertips:

  • More than 500 amazing templates and effects
  • Preset movie styles to set the tone and mood of the video
  • Background music and sounds, as well as start and end titles
  • Support for the latest video formats and codecs


System Requirements for power Director

  • Windows Vista SP2, 7, 8, 8.1 or 10
  • Pentium 4 CPU at 3GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2
  • Intel i5 or i7 or AMD Phenom II X4 for HD H.264 profiles
  • Intel i7 or AMD FX series for 3D video editing
  • 2GB of RAM; 3GB or more recommended for 32-bit OS; 6GB or more for 64-bit OS and 3D editing
  • 1024 x 768 video resolution with at least 16-bit color
  • 7GB or more hard disk space; 10-20GB for DVD production; 60-100GB for Blu-ray Disc or AVCHD production
  • 128MB of video RAM (1GB with OpenGL capability recommended)
  • Windows Media Player 9 or higher

More tips for cyber link media software

Tips in this course
[Tips] NewBlue Titler Pro in this demo is included in PowerDirector 13 Ultimate and higher version.

(Titler Pro is working with graphic card supporting OpenGL 2.1 graphic card, so some on onboard Intel graphic card can not enable NewBlue Titler Pro)
[Tips] to apply vignette effect, you can use “focus” effect. To fine tune the range of effect by double clicking “Effect”
[Tips] To apply transition effect with NewBlue Titler, simply drag and drop the transition to the beginning and ending of the title
[Tips] Use PhotoDirector’s “Background removal” to remove background, and PhotoDirector will export a transparent PNG file back to PowerDirector
[Tips] Use PhotoDirector background removal’s brush tool to brush on the region you would like to remove. In this case, we will launch ColorDirector to alter the “red” part, and change it to “green” with ColorDirector
[Tips] When using chroma key, better use Green or Blue background (Red is too close to skin color….not that ideal to be a chroma key index)
[Tips] Click on video object on timeline, enter PiP designer, and you can select “Mask” to show certain portion of video

You can read our  review of power director and use our coupon links there  to get the updated latest deals and offers on latest version of powerdirector

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  1. jay z says:

    Cool man ..was looking for something like this

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