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CyberLink MediaShow 5
CyberLink MediaShow 5 is a fast and easy way to preserve and share your life’s best moments. One-click fixes, face tagging, uploading to Facebook and express video conversion, are just some of the convenient features available for organizing and sharing your photos and videos. MediaShow 5 can be used to output your slideshows and videos to mobile devices like an iPhone, iPod, PSP or Zune. Pre-set profiles eliminate the need for any complex settings and you can just drag-and-drop the video files you want to convert straight into the application.
We downloaded a clip that was encoded at 24 frames per second (fps) at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (1080p). We then used MediaShow 5 to convert this clip to work on our iPhone. If you have this software and want to try it out yourself you can download the Coral Reef Adventure (IMAX) 1080p clip that we used from this site.
This is the first time that we have used Cyberlink MediaShow for CPU benchmarking and it looks like it worked fairly well as the chart does show some scaling. The application only put the 12-threaded Intel Core i7-980X processor at a 30% load, but you can see that the application is multi-threaded. The AMD processors fell behind Intel here as you can see from the chart above.