Google Photos v2.13 update brings video stabilization and few other changes

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Notably, the stabilization takes as much time as the duration of the video, and it also depends on the resolution, frame rate, along with the processing speed of your device.

Google Photos is rolling out an update for Android, as part of v2.13, that makes a video stabilisation feature available so you can smoothen out shaky videos in your library.

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Obviously, you have software stabilization doing its thing, so you will have a slight decrease in the quality of the video, but the result is definitely worth it.

As noted yesterday, when you stabilize a video in Photos, the app goes through the clip frame-by-frame and crops it to keep the object of the video steady. That's what Google's new feature is for, and the results are actually pretty impressive. This way you will be able to compare the changes in your video. To get to this feature you'll first need to have a video stored on your device, and if you don't have a video that's located in the local storage then you can simply record one or download it from your Google Photos online storage. There is however no more information on what the new mystery feature may be.

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The teardown has spilled some code chunks that describe a few strings of functions like creating circles, adding people to them, and following people and pages, which look identical to the ones in Google+. It will ultimately allow photo sharing on circles in Google+ via Google Photos. Conclusively, it is doubtful if there's any actual functionality to add a feature directly related to Google+.

Anyway, it will be interesting to see what Google has up its sleeves that once again ties Google Photos to its forgotten social network Google+.

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