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Saturday, 10 September 2016

Google Photos 2.0 enables Live Edit Photos via Motion Stills

A few months ago, in June, Google launched a new application called Motion Stills allowing convert Live Photos in GIFs and videos.

This functionality is now available in Google Photos 2.0, and added more options for sharing and other interesting improvements.

Motion Stills allow you to do all sorts of fancy stuff with Live Photos of iOS, such as creating static images, convert them into short videos with cinematic effects, export them as GIFs and more.

Google brings new editing functions for Live Photos

The functions come from the hand of Google Research and use advanced stabilization algorithms that do not require Internet connection. Integrating these functions in Google Photos make much sense and opens up a world of possibilities to users who do not wish to use the Apple Photos app.

In addition, photos in albums will now be organized chronologically or by the most recent. In addition, users can manually select thumbnails to the faces of people who appear in the photograph.

Finally, Version 2 of Google Pictures also provides easier to share videos directly to the YouTube app and several stability improvements in its internal system method.

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