There's gonna be a video editor and a lot of other stuff in the chrome booths

There's gonna be a video editor and a lot of other stuff in the chrome booths

Google developers continue to make chrome boots more attractive to potential buyers. This time, it was announced that the video could soon be edited using Google Photo, supporting light and dark themes in the design of the user interface, as well as other opportunities for personalization.

At this stage, there is little known about the possibility of editing a video on the Chromebook using Google Photo. The published images of the application show that users can only change basic features, such as contrast and brightness, and add audio to the video and connect the videos. The editor can also use different topics as the basis for the videos.

This will not run out of chrome-bug editing facilities. Google announced that a professional video editor, LumaFusion, will also be available on the Chromebook. The transfer of this application is not only significant because users of chrome-bugs will be able to use a professional-level video editor. This also means that the product created for iOS, which Apple even called an app of the year, is being transferred to the universe of Chrome OS, which will allow the owners of chrome-bugs to be more able to process the video.

It was also announced that, in the coming months, there would be a number of less visible innovations in the Gallery and Photo applications for the Chromebook. For example, users of chromebags would be able to open images in the Gallery and then move them into the Photo. In August, developers are planning to add features to the Gallery to edit PDF files. The Photo application will be able to extract photographs for further use as a background image of the desktop. In doing so, the images used as wallpapers will automatically be adapted to the general design concept, depending on the theme chosen in the settings.

It is also known that chrome-bugs will have new functions to increase productivity, one of which will be to support virtual "working tables" that can group tabs and applications together. In addition, the Chrome OS calendar, which is available on a date on the task panel, will be synchronised with the Google Calendar service.