Google has started rolling out a new update for its Photos app with new video editing tools. The updated video…Read More
Google has started rolling out a new update for its Photos app with new video editing tools. The updated video editor of the app brings several new useful features such as ability to crop, add filters, exposure, saturation and contrast adjustment and the ability to trim a video clip right from the app itself.
The update is now available to download from Apple App Store. Apart from above mentioned features, the app has also received several new tabs including the existing options such as crop, manual controls over lighting, colour, etc similar to what we usually see while editing photos on Google Photos app.
The app now also gets a dedicated Auto filter that automatically adjusts the overall image quality. Above that, users can now also manually adjust several other aspects of the video clip from Lights menu that includes exposure, contrast, whites, highlights, shadows, blacks and vignette and Colour menu that allows users to take control of saturation, warmth, tint, skin tone and blue levels.
There’s also an improved crop option that let’s users crop the video footage in whatever aspect ratio they want including 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 and 1:1.
Until now, users were stuck with a basic set of video editing options in Google Photos such as stabilization, rotation and start/stop time adjustment.
The update is currently rolling out the iOS operating system and Android users are still stuck with the basic set of video editing features with Google Photos until Google decides to roll out the update for its own operating system.