Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
IT&Software | By Jimmie Castillo

Google Photos now has video stabilizer, may be integrated to Google+

Google Photos now has video stabilizer, may be integrated to Google+

And the same functionality is added to Google Photos as well, but the interesting part is you can stabilize the video after capturing a photo.

The update 2.13 for Google Photos is now rolling on Google Play, and Google is expected to initiate the rollout for Android user in the coming days. The feature will use Google's software magic to smooth over the rough spots in the videos in your library, applying electronic stabilization as if they were taken right on the Pixel. Tap it and your new and improved video will be processed.

That's right: you can now apply stabilization to your earlier recorded (and presumably jittery and shaky) videos and get them to look buttery smooth. We can't embed most of the videos here on the site, but you can see a sample of the results in the GIFs below, and you can see side-by-side how big of a difference stabilization makes here. You can download the APK from here if you'd rather not wait until Google pushes this download to your devices. Once the video is stored locally you can open it up and hit the edit button where you'll find the ability to stabilize the video as it will have its own dedicated button sitting below the video frames.

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Google Photos can conveniently be tagged among Google's best services. You can toggle the effect on and off to compare the results. With the update 2.13, Google has made the feature active for all. And a teardown of the APK also indicates that soon there might be Google+ integration within the app.

However, there is a downside to having your videos go through stabilization processing. However, Toombs has said that these could just be some strings that coincidentally match up with the familiar strings found in the Google+ app.

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