Google just took the wraps off another set-up of video editing tools within the Google Photos application. Google planned the new features to make editing videos basic and natural. A considerable lot of the features are like photo editing tools that Google disclosed a year ago.

The new Google Photos video editor is turning out now to iOS gadgets. Google says it will arrive on Android gadgets in the coming weeks.

Notwithstanding this video editor update, Google is additionally making Pixel-exclusive photo editing tools accessible to a more extensive crowd. Lamentably, you’ll need to subscribe to Google One to get to those tools, as well as meet certain hardware specs necessities.

On the off chance that you’ve ever utilized the photo editor within Google Photos, the new video editor tools will appear to be natural. You can perform simple tasks like trimming and cropping. In any case, you can likewise add filters, change lighting and exposure, and use AI-powered tools to truly make your videos pop.

As referenced before, these features are hitting the most recent version of the Google Photos application now on iOS gadgets. Android clients will see the Google Photos video editor updates at a later date.

In the interim, Google is additionally extending the accessibility of some photo editing tools that have just recently existed on Pixel phones. Portrait Blur, Portrait Light, and Color Pop are amazing impacts that can totally change the way your photographs look.

Sadly, in the event that you don’t claim a Pixel gadget, you will not have the option to get to these highlights except if you buy into Google One. You will likewise require a phone with at least 3GB of RAM and Android 8 Oreo or more current. This is likely a preliminary move to get individuals paying for Google One as they get ready to manage storage limits within Google Photos in the not so distant future.

Dissimilar to the Google Photos video editor tools, these photo tools will be accessible in a few days for Android clients with Google One subscriptions and appropriate hardware. Pixel clients will keep on seeing the features without cost. Google didn’t say whether iOS clients would see the tools.

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