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CyberLink Corp.
TWSE: 5203
IndustryComputer software
Founded1996; 27 years ago (1996)
Key people
  • Jau Huang (Chairman and CEO)
  • Mei Guu (Senior VP and COO)
  • Richard Carriere
  • Hilda Peng
RevenueNT$1.89 billion[1]
ParentRMC Corporation

CyberLink Corp. (Chinese: 訊連科技股份有限公司; pinyin: Xùnlián Kējì Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a Taiwanese multimedia software company headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Its products include PC and mobile applications for playback of movies and media, editing of videos and photos, and disc burning and backup solutions.

The company has regional offices in the United States, Netherlands, and Japan.


Founded in 1996, CyberLink Corp. creates multimedia software and AI facial recognition technology. The company developed and owns over 200 patented technologies.[citation needed]

CyberLink's headquarters and research facilities are located in Taipei, Republic of China (Taiwan). Regional offices cover operations in North America, Japan, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.


Media creation[edit]

  • PowerDirectorVideo editing software, was first released in 2001[2]
  • PhotoDirector – Photo editing software
  • AudioDirector – Audio editing software, audio restoration and repair
  • ColorDirector – Color grading software
  • Director Suite – CyberLink first released its Director Suite of creative software in 2011. It includes PowerDirector, PhotoDirector, AudioDirector and ColorDirector in a single package.
  • CyberLink Media Suite – A multimedia software package including media player PowerDVD, video editing software PowerDirector, photo editing software PhotoDirector, disc burning utility Power2Go, and media conversion utility MediaEspresso
  • ActionDirector – Video editing software designed for quick editing of footage taken with action cameras
  • MakeupDirector – Digital makeup software to enhance makeup design for makeup artists, portrait photographers and beauty enthusiasts

Media entertainment[edit]

  • PowerDVD – A universal media player for movie discs, video files, photos and music. In 2016, PowerDVD achieved certification from the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) for the playback of Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs, and became the first software player to pass the BD-ROM 4.0 PC Application Software License process.[3]
  • MediaShow – Image organiser and viewer
  • MediaEspresso – Converts videos, photos and music to a wide range of formats for playback on popular media players and mobile devices

Web camera apps[edit]

  • YouCam – Webcam and camera app
  • PerfectCam – AR makeup app for PC webcam

Disc burning and authoring[edit]

  • Power2Go – Disc burning and optical disc authoring software
  • PowerProducer – DVD authoring software

Business communication[edit]

  • U Messenger – Instant Messenger
  • U Meeting – Video conferencing and meeting
  • U Webinar – Remote presentation and webinar

Facial recognition and AI[edit]

  • FaceMe – Facial recognition engine

Ranked one of the best in the NIST Face Recognition Vendor Test (VISA and WILD tests) with up to 99.7% accuracy rate.[4][non-primary source needed]

Mobile apps[edit]

CyberLink released its first mobile app, MediaStory, in 2010. Since then, the company has introduced another 14 apps on Android, iOS and Windows mobile platforms, including PhotoDirector and PowerDirector. CyberLink spun off its beauty products to a sister company named Perfect Corp. in June 2015.[5][non-primary source needed]

  • PowerDirector
  • PhotoDirector
  • ActionDirector
  • YouCam Snap
  • Power Media Player
  • PowerDVD Remote
  • YouNote
  • AudioClipper
  • ImageChef

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "CyberLink Announces its Unaudited Operation Results for 2016".
  2. ^ "CyberLink PowerDirector". PCMAG. Retrieved 2018-11-29.
  3. ^ "First Production Model ROM Certified Licensee List". Blu-ray Disc Association. Retrieved 2017-04-25.
  4. ^ "CyberLink FaceMe® Tops Facial Recognition Vendor Test – Company Announcement -". Retrieved 2021-04-16.
  5. ^ "CyberLink Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary". CyberLink. Retrieved 2016-11-07.

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