Google is actively commercializing its Google Photos service. Starting in June, Google requires users to pay for online storage space and has now hidden some editing tools behind the paywall. But there are some free benefits that everyone can enjoy. For example, the upgraded version of the video editor that Google announced in February is now finally starting to roll out to everyone who uses the latest Google Photos.
The new video editor is much more powerful than the old version that only supports stabilization, rotation, and trimming. It adds a large number of cropping options, video tagging, single-screen export, horizon correction and audio deletion features. It also supports color correction (brightness, contrast, white point, warmth, hue, skin tone, blur, etc.). Get the filter in the image editing tool.
Moreover, the revised video editor is launched as a server-side update, which means that not only the Pixel series but all brands of Android phones can download the latest version of the application from the Play Store or APK Mirror to usher in the new Features.
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