Google Photos is a great way to back up and store the photos you’ve taken on your phone or tablet, and it also gives you ways to edit them – soon, videos will also be subjected to a wide range of editing tools. ‘edition, as a new update of the Google service is being rolled out.
Google previously detailed its new video editing tools, but didn’t give a deadline to see them – they still haven’t, but according to XDA developers, people are reporting that they have found the new features of. their phone. .
So it seems likely that the new Google Photos update will roll out slowly with some countries or devices receiving it first – it seems likely, however, that most users will be able to get the video editing software in the coming weeks.
What are the new features here?
While the new Google Photos update doesn’t exactly give you a Premiere Pro or Avid portable workstation, it will come in handy for improving videos with minor errors.
You will be able to crop the videos, to certain aspect ratios or however you like, as well as rotate them or tilt their perspective. You can annotate the video, perhaps useful if you are creating a tutorial, or add filters and stickers.
Perhaps the most professional tool is the ability to adjust brightness and color settings such as warmth, saturation, highlights, and more, to fine tune the look of a video.
XDA Developers also mentions the ability to stabilize video, which would be very useful for clips shot on the go, but an accompanying video shows no evidence of this functionality.
The new Google Photos update won’t change your life, but it will be really useful for people who love to shoot videos and want to get the most out of them.