Back in January, Samsung released two apps for photo and video editing, which were intended for the Samsung Galaxy S line. This Photo editor app is mostly suited for cropping out stuff, adjusting contrast, brightness and saturation, or applying various effects to the photo or selection. This is a feature which comes free with the phones software yet Apple somehow gets away with charging its idrones 4.99 to use this type of feature. The method I assume you are talking about is where in gallery you can choose an option for photo editor is this correct? Someone posted a link a while back and said there was a link to the pro0er Photo Editor that was witheld on the AT&T variant. ItsaRaid Posts 615 Posts Global Posts 706 Global Posts Originally Posted by Doug B If you want the Samsung version of Photo Editor just look around on XDA.
Sent from my Galaxy Note II using Tapatalk 2 Could you be kind enough to post a link to it. On April 11, we got our hands on one of Samsung's two new tablets in its impressive Galaxy line.
We find the Photo editor on the Samsung Galaxy S II as well, with a slightly different interface, and the video editing app has been renamed Video maker, but otherwise it stayed the same.


You can do warping, or impose a number of "laughing mirror" effects, like lens blur, or ghosting.
For editing, I use Paper Artist which was pre-installed on my N2, or Pixlr Express from the Play Store. We didn’t see a red-eye tool, but we haven’t had much luck getting that to work on other Ice Cream Sandwich devices, so it’s likely not a big loss. We'll do a quick overview of the functions coming with these two simple on-phone multimedia editing apps:Photo editor The picture editor is quite finger-friendly.
This video demonstrates its flaws in that transitions are not smooth -- in fact quite jerky and any cuts start with the next shot on a freeze frame for half a second when it should start instantly with the clip moving.
Can someone who is well versed with the spen direct me as to how I get the proper photo editor. Here, we’re focusing on the 7-incher, priced at an attractive $249, with a 1,024x600 display and 8GB of storage. You can't make precise Photoshop-style actions with it, of course, but it has options like selection circle size, copying the selection to this or another image, or inverting it. You can choose a theme for your project from the get-go, with different framing and background music for each of the six available - Conference, Home video, Movie, Party, Stage and Travel.


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