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Tutorial Power Director

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Power Director is a surprisingly simple and easy-to-use Android video editor; I would add the fact that Power Director is also extremely intuitive, a thing of the essence of mobile devices, where we do not have room for "help" boxes.
Power Director for Android is not the only video editing application, but it is certainly the most intuitive.
We have timeline and that's why the Power Director resembles a true NLE (non linear editor); Compared to linear editors, Power Director allows us to load the timeline and then arrange the content


The version used in the tutorial is free, with some limitations. There is also a commercial version that works the same but allows us to export the project to Full HD and does not have a watermark with the name of the program. I suggest that you first use Power Director in the free version; See if you like it and after you get acquainted with it, and you think it's up to expectations, buy the commercial version that's not that expensive.
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Since we're running a video editor on Android, we need processing power.
Minimum requirements:
Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 or over
Samsung Exynos 5xxx or over
Nvidia Tegra 3 or above
Mediatek MT8125 or over
... and of course as much as the ram
Supported formats:
Video: H.263 (.3GP, .MP4, .MKV), H.264 AVC (.3GP, .MP4, .MKV), MPEG-4 SP (.3GP, MP4, MKV)
Images: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, WebP
Audio: WAV, MP3, MP4, M4A, AAC

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