ChromeOS is getting a bunch of new video editing tools and productivity features as soon as next month. Google is releasing a new movie editor with new editing features in the Google Photos app, and it’s claimed to simplify the process of creating videos “with just a few taps.” In addition to these tools, there are new features in Google Photos wallpapers, light and dark themes, new PDF editing features, deeper calendar integration, and new capabilities in Virtual Desk. These features will be rolled out on Chromebooks from the first week of August.
First big set of features coming google photos As a new movie editor and video editing features. According to GoogleRevamped Movie Creation Tool, allowing users to create “high-quality movies” using suggested themes, apply AI effects like Real Tone filters, add music and title cards, among others with options. Users will be able to open a video in the Gallery app and continue to edit it in Google Photos with a single tap, with the help of deep integration into the OS.
In addition, Google says that Google Photos’ new features can also automatically create a movie. The user has to select a theme, photos as well as videos of people (or pets), and Google Photos will compile them to make a movie – just like in Android. These features will first be available on Chromebooks from August.
In addition to new movie and video-related features, Google Photos is also getting wallpaper improvements. Not only can you set wallpapers from Google Photos Albums, but you can also automatically change them on a daily basis. In addition, Google is introducing Light and Dark themes on ChromeOS. You can choose any theme or the “Auto” option which will automatically switch from light to dark when the day turns into night. Some wallpapers even support this transition, Google says.
Other features include new PDF editing features in the Gallery app (Chromebook’s default media app), deeper calendar integration for a quick glance at details without having to open another app or browser tab, and notification improvements allowing for a cleaner user interface. . All these features will also be rolled out on ChromeOS in August.
Virtual Desk, a feature that allows users to put together all related apps and windows related to a specific project, lets them save and close an entire desk, and then continue from there with a single tap is where he left off. This feature will be rolled out on ChromeOS by the end of September.