- The video editing tools were previously only available to iOS users.
- The video editing tools appear to have arrived with a server-side update
- Google Photos’ new video editing tools include over 30 controls, covering everything from cropping to colour grading.
Google Photos has updated its video editing tools for Android users along with more than 30 controls via software update. The improved video editing tools that were previously only available to iOS users.
According to an Android Police report, the Video editing tools have been rolled out for both Google Pixel devices and other Android phones.
New Video Editing Tools:-
“The new video editing tools include over 30 controls, covering everything from cropping, filters, and colour grading options like adjusting contrast, saturation, and brightness,” as Google explained in February.
Image Credit:- Android Police-Left Image(Old Video Editor), Middle & right – (New Tool)
The features that could produce a new movie and merge the clips seem to be lacking for the app. Apart from that, you could also utilize horizon correction, audio removal, individual frame exports, and more options for cropping.
Users can also make use of color correction options that other photo editors possess such as tint, vignette, contrast, white point, warmth, brightness, skin color, and other related stuff.
Google is adding these editing tools within the app doesn’t require users to download and install additional video editing software on their phones that ask for access to user data and content on the device which makes the device vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Before Google Photos could only rotate, trim, as well as stabilize your videos, but users could now experiment much better.
The video editing tools seem to have arrived with a server-side update. Users can try updating to the latest version of Google Photos if they’re not yet live in your app.
Google said it is looking to incorporate machine learning-powered editing tools which were previously available only to Pixel users and Google One subscribers.
Google has also said that in June, it will end its unlimited free storage option and will as users to pay for extra storage if they cross the 15GB free storage mark.