Google’s video-editing software may be more than just a plug and play, as users are getting creative with it
Posted September 07, 2018 09:19:51Google’s YouTube is going the video-edit route, with the company offering an app that lets users edit their videos using the latest software and hardware.
The new video-editor for Android, Google’s VideoEd, comes with a powerful suite of editing tools including a suite of video editing tools like a programmable timeline, video capture, and a dedicated video editor.
It also includes the Google Video Composer, a program that can be used to create video-based music videos, and an interactive video viewer that lets you preview your video to watch it in its full-screen form.
Users can also download the app, and upload videos to YouTube, using the Google Assistant.
The video-sending service lets users send videos and music to YouTube from within the Google app, so the service’s app doesn’t need to be installed on their phone.
The app includes a feature called “Video Editing”, which lets users create videos with videos, music, or images they’ve captured in the camera roll.
This allows them to quickly add the videos and images to their video feed and edit them in the new video editor before posting them to YouTube.
To do this, users tap on the video editor icon in the top right corner of the YouTube app, then tap on a video they want to create.
Users can then choose to add or edit a video, or click on the “Edit Video” button on the right side of the video.
The video editor offers a few options to create a video.
It can create a loop that clips together videos that were previously edited together, as well as make an animated video to display on the top of the app.
If you have the video editing app open, you can also use the “Show Video” feature to show the current version of the selected video.
When the video is finished editing, users can click the “Done” button to save the video as a new video.
Users also have the option to save videos as a playlist, and then add that video to their library of videos.
Users don’t need the video edit to watch videos on YouTube, so you don’t have to worry about them being lost in the video library.
Users also can create an animated GIF that will appear in the bottom of the Google video editor, and can be shared on Twitter.
Users will also be able to share videos directly from the Google Play Store, and add it to the YouTube video editor on any Android device.