Google has just updated its video editor feature for the iOS Google Photos Album app to allow trimming video clips, adding filters, cropping, and adjusting parameters such as exposure, contrast, saturation, and more. After be familiar with the current image editing tools, users can easily get started with the new version of the video editor. Simply click the Edit button while previewing the video to jump to the editor interface. In addition to the existing Export Frame, several new labels have been added.
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Video adjustment options are also rich, covering exposure, contrast, white balance, highlights, shadows, dark angle sliders, and color adjustments such as saturation, cool and warm tones, skin tones, but lazy people can also choose Auto with one click.
To facilitate sharing on different social media, such as Instagram, the crop menu also supports a variety of preset scales (16:9, 4:3, 3:2, squares) and offers a variety of frame options that can be adjusted manually.
Prior to this update, Google Photos users of iOS could only perform fairly basic actions on video (as was the Android version), such as start and end times and rotation directions.
Curiously, Google was the first to push a video editor update to the Google Photos app for Apple iOS users, and its own Android platform doesn’t yet know when.