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Google Photos’ fully featured video editor arrives early for some users

By   Sumit Horo

Date: Mar 13, 2021

American multinational technology organization, Google LLC, had announced that it will be rolling out a fully featured video editor on its photo sharing and storage platform Google Photos. The application launch was initially spotted by an avid user of Google Photos who then tweeted about the updated features.

If reports are to be believed, Google Photo’s new feature will offer around 30 advanced controls to assist users in editing their videos within the application. The application will include tools that will enable users to carry out numerous functions including video cropping and video stabilization.

Moreover, it will also offer several adjustment settings for brightness, saturation, contrast, and warmth, while allowing users to apply various filters and change the perspective of the frame. The filter tab will allow the user to apply a multitude of premade filters on their videos to impart a refined look.

Further elaborating on the features, the ‘Crop’ tab will include aspect ratio presets which will facilitate the cropping of the video along with a reset button for reversing all the changes. On the other hand, the ‘Adjust’ tab will include tools to alter parameters including brightness, warmth, skin tone, contrast, and tint among others.

Sources aware of the development cited that tapping on the ‘Edit’ button will grant access to the features of the new video editor which will redirect the user to the new editing user interface. The interface will include an additional tab labeled ‘More’, which will house a markup tool.

As per the speculations made by industry analysts, Google may be launching the video editor via a server-side update on Google Photos. Although the technology giant hasn’t shared an exact release schedule, the service has already started to show up for some users.

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