Do you remember Nero, whose CD and DVD burning software was ubiquitous on PCs around Brazil in the early 2000s? If you remember, yes, you are old. But the fact that the company finally decided to make a bigger presence in the mobile world and announced on Thursday (25/2), the release of a free video editor for Android tablets.
Named VideoShuffle, the software allows the user to record, edit and share videos in various resolutions, including FullHD. According to Nero, the app was designed even for those who have no specialized editing knowledge. To use it, simply select a template, record the video, use the editing features and preview instantly before sharing it.
The software allows the user to record, edit and share videos.
In total the app offers 12 different templates with themes that can be used to customize recorded situations. The app also has several songs to be used as a sound background in each model. Another possibility is to include narrations or other songs that are stored on the tablet for use as a track. The finished video can be exported directly to Youtube. Check out a demo of the software below:
Nero explained that VideoShuffle has been optimized for the Intel Atom X5 and x7 platforms. The software supports Intel Atom processor-based Android tablets with Intel HD Graphics integration. Using this IGP, VideoShuffle can process the live preview of up to four Full-HD videos at the same time, as well as allowing instant viewing of the edited final video.
VideoShuffle will be available on Google Play in mid-March. And, always worth remembering, he is grateful!
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