Tag Archive: Editing


Adobe’s Project Rush brings ‘all-in-one’ video editing to all your devices

Project Rush brings together elements of Premiere Pro, Audition, and After Effects in one cross-platform package.

Adobe today took the wraps off of Project Rush, a new video editing tool that works across platforms and brings elements from several apps in Adobe’s suite together in one package.

The highlight of Project Rush is its ability to work across your devices. According to Adobe, the video editor will be available across both desktop and mobile devices. And you’ll  [Read More…]

Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

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VeeR VR Editor is the best editing app for your 360-degree photos

VeeR VR Editor delivers an excellent editor for your 360-degree photos.

After you’ve captured the amazing panorama of your vacation spot or an epic shot of a snowball fight in action, you may take a look and decide that you want to make a few adjustments to your 360-degree photos. Whether this means adjusting the orientation of the photo or tweaking the light balance to make sure everything is clear and easy to see, having the right  [Read More…]

Choosing the best editing app for your 360 videos

Which VR editor is the right one for you?

When it comes to editing your 360-degree videos, you don’t have to look too far to come across two excellent options. Veer VR Editor, and V360. Both of them are available as apps on your phone, both deliver options for music, text, and trimming, but how do they stack up against each other? We break these apps down piece by piece to give you all the details you  [Read More…]

Photo editing app Meitu says it needs permissions for analytics, denies selling user data

Meitu details why it needs all those permissions.

Chinese photo editing app Meitu made landfall in the U.S. recently, with the free app shooting up the Play Store rankings over the course of the week. The app adds anime-style filters to photos, and the final results end up being equal parts wonderful and weird.

The app has been popular in China and Hong Kong for several years now, but its entry into the U.S. was fraught with  [Read More…]

3 perfect apps for editing photos on the go

These are the apps to use for a quick photo edit.

Whether you’re showing off your trip abroad to friends on social media or sharing photos with family members in a shared Google Photos album, you’ll want to make sure the pictures you’re sending off are dressed for success. You can doll them up, crop them, tweak them, and give them new life with these easy-to-use apps for editing photos on the go.

Pixlr – Free  [Read More…]

New Google Photos editing tools leverage machine learning to make your pictures great

Make the most of every photo you take with the latest Google Photos tools.

Alongside the launch of it awesome new picture scanning app PhotoScan, Google is rolling out new and enhanced editing tools for the core Google Photos app as well. The new tools bring the Photos app closer to the level of editing you expect from other third-party photography apps, but Google is also going a step ahead by integrating its machine learning expertise.

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Filmora Go: Editing on the go at it’s best (Review)

Overview It’s summertime, 4th of July is around the corner, and lots of festivities are about to ensue. There’s no doubt there will be many cameras out snapping photos and shooting video. What do you do with all that content? Let it sit in one of your many storage services? Instead you can use Filmora Go – an awesome

Google’s Nik Collection of desktop photo editing plug-ins is now free

Google has announced that its Nik Collection of photo editing plug-ins are now available for free. Google says that the decision to make the collection free came about as a result of the company shifting focus to its set of mobile photo editing tools:

Photo enthusiasts all over the world use the Nik Collection to get the best out of their images every day. As we continue to focus our long-term investments in building incredible photo editing  [Read More…]

Google buys Fly Labs to integrate video editing tech into Google Photos

Google has added another company to its list of acquisitions.

Fly Labs has officially been acquired by Google. The company revealed the news on its website today, saying that it’ll be joining the Google Photos team in Mountain View.

We’re excited to continue on our mission by joining Google and the Google Photos team in Mountain View, California. Google Photos is a home for your life’s memories, powered by Google’s machine learning and computer vision technology. It’s a perfect match  [Read More…]