OnePlus Gallery adds support for editing 4K60fps videos
Ever since OnePlus opened up a beta program for the OnePlus Gallery app, the app has received a ton of new features with each new update. Most recently, OnePlus released update 3.12.33 of the app which introduced a new Google Cast button to help users easily beam their photos to TVs or smart displays. Now, the company is rolling out another major update, which brings 4K60fps video editing support to the app.
Over the last couple of years, OnePlus has released several devices that support 4K60fps video capture. However, the devices don’t offer native editing capabilities for the high-resolution footage, and users have to rely on third-party apps to edit their videos. With the latest update for the OnePlus Gallery app, users will now be able to edit their 4K 60fps footage within the app.
As you can see in the attached screenshot, the OnePlus Gallery app now lets you trim 4K60fps video, and add filters and music to the video. Along with the new 4K60fps video editing support, the latest update for the gallery app brings support for photo projecting to OnePlus TVs and a few bug fixes. Here’s the full changelog for the latest OnePlus Gallery update:
- Fix issues including sharing photos from gallery, red color, and photo missing
- Fix slow-motion video editor
- Add photo projecting to OnePlus TV
- Add 4K60fps video editing
The update has started rolling out to supported devices via the Google Play Store. In case you haven’t received the update yet, you can head over to the OnePlus Gallery Play Store listing from the link below and tap on the update button.