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57 CyberLink PhotoDirector Keyboard Shortcuts

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Project/ File Shortcuts

Action CyberLink PhotoDirector Shortcuts
Import photos in the library Ctrl + I
Create a new project Ctrl + N
Open existing project Ctrl + O
Export selected photos Ctrl + E
Print selected photos Ctrl + P
Open PhotoDirector preferences Alt + C
Go to the next photo in the browser panel Right Arrow key
Go to the previous photo in the browser panel Left Arrow key

Operational Shortcuts

Action CyberLink PhotoDirector Shortcut keys
Undo the last adjustment setting Ctrl + Z
Redo the last adjustment setting Ctrl + Y
Reset adjustments to the default setting Ctrl + R
Select all photos in the browser panel Ctrl + A
Deselect all photos in the browser panel Ctrl + D
Rotate the photo 90 degrees left Ctrl + [
Rotate the photo 90 degrees right Ctrl + ]
Turn flag for the selected photo on / off S
Turn rejection for a selected photo on / off X
Clear all flags for selected photo U
Remove rating from selected photo 0
Set the selected photo rating as 1 1
Set the selected photo rating as 2 2
Set the selected photo rating as 3 3
Set the selected photo rating as 4 4
Set the selected photo rating as 5 5
Remove the label from the selected photo Ctrl + 0
Set the label for the selected photo as red Ctrl + 1
Set the label for the selected photo as blue Ctrl + 2
Set the label for the selected photo as a green Ctrl + 3
Set the label for the selected photo as yellow Ctrl + 4
Set the label for the selected photo as purple Ctrl + 5
Copy adjustment settings for use on other photos Ctrl + Shift + C
Paste copied adjustments to selected photos Ctrl + Shift + V
Create a virtual photo for the selected photo Ctrl + ‘
Delete selected photos from the library Delete
Zoom to fit 100% Spacebar
Cancel regional adjustment Esc
Rename selected folder/album/tag/preset F2
Show/hide over and underexposed areas of the current photo J
Apply auto tone on the current photo Alt + T
Apply auto-white balance on the current photo Alt + W

Workspace Shortcuts

Action CyberLink PhotoDirector Shortcut keys
Switch to thumbnail view in the browser panel F3
Switch to list view in the browser panel F4
Switch to viewer & browser mode in the photo viewer window F6
Switch to the viewer-only mode in the photo viewer window F7
Switch to the browser-only mode in the photo viewer window F8
Toggle compare mode on / off Alt + 2
Set as current when comparing two photos Enter
Toggle shows multiple modes on / off Alt + 3
Toggle show one mode on / off Alt + 1
Toggle mirror mode on / off Ctrl + Alt + M
Toggle alternative mode on / off Ctrl + Alt + A
Select to display nothing on the secondary monitor Ctrl + Alt + N
Toggle full-screen mode F
Open Library mode Alt + L
Open adjustment module Alt + A
Open slideshow module Alt + S
Open PhotoDirector help F1

FAQs

What is CyberLink PhotoDirector?

CyberLink PhotoDirector is a professional photo editing software that allows users to edit, enhance, and manipulate digital images.

What are the system requirements for CyberLink PhotoDirector?

The system requirements for CyberLink PhotoDirector vary depending on the version of the software you are using. However, as a general rule, you will need a computer with at least 4GB of RAM, a Windows 10/8.1/7 (64-bit) operating system, and an Intel Core i-series or AMD Phenom II or above CPU.

What file formats does CyberLink PhotoDirector support?

CyberLink PhotoDirector supports a wide range of file formats, including RAW, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, and TIFF.

What features are included in CyberLink PhotoDirector?

CyberLink PhotoDirector includes a wide range of features, including color correction, photo retouching, noise reduction, lens correction, face detection and tagging, and more.

Can I use CyberLink PhotoDirector to create collages or slideshows?

Yes, CyberLink PhotoDirector includes tools for creating collages and slideshows, as well as adding text, frames, and other design elements to your photos.

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