Edit Your Videos on the Go with the Samsung Video Editor
Does your Android phone stare longingly at Honeycomb devices and their built in video editor software? Have you tried to get your fix with VidTrim, but found it a little too spartan? Luckily, if you’re a Galaxy S user, XDA forum member the orange bandit has stumbled across the perfect application for you. In addition to providing forum goers with the application install files, he has located a comprehensive guide to aid in getting the most from the app.
The application appears to be very full featured, including advanced functionality such as adding background music, transition animations, soundtracks, and video filter effects. While this application was intended for use on Samsung Galaxy S phones, you can be sure that people are working hard to bring this to other devices.
If you’re rocking a Galaxy S device, be sure to continue on to the original thread to get your fix!
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