Microsoft brings video editing to Windows Phone 8.1 via Tuner app

Microsoft is adding video editing capabilities to Windows Phone 8.1 by launching a new app. Dubbed as Tuner, the app will enable users to edit MP4 clips and add effects to movies on their phone.


The app also provides the ability for users to flip, crop, rotate, trim, mirror, and change the speed of your video. They can also adjust exposure, saturation, volume level and even add a soundtrack to their clips. When creating a video, you can also add music through the music library on the device, letting people make an attractive creation. The Tuner app also gets filters for your videos to give them a a new look.

Unfortunately MixRadio and Xbox Music tracks cannot be used due to their DRM protections, so audio tracks are limited to MP3 files stored on a phone. While you can’t upload directly to Vine or Instagram from the app, you can save your finished work of art and send it via email or as a text message. Once you save it on your device, then you can upload it to a social network.


The Video Tuner app is now available for download at the Windows Phone Store. The app which weighs 40MB in size requires Windows Phone 8.1.

Check out the video below to get an idea of the Tuner app


Author: Sneha Bokil

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