The OnePlus Gallery gets 4K 60FPS video altering and photograph projecting to OnePlus TV with the most recent update. OnePlus removed the feature t
The OnePlus Gallery gets 4K 60FPS video altering and photograph projecting to OnePlus TV with the most recent update.
OnePlus removed the feature that allowed editing slow-motion videos in its Gallery. The latest application update, which is now released on the App Store, fixes this problem. It also has a latest addition, which is the 4K 60 FPS video editing. Supposedly, there’s also casting support.
The OnePlus smartphones that were launched recently allowed users to record 4K videos at 60 FPS, but the feature that involves editing them lacked from the same. Indeed, that changes with the update for the OnePlus Gallery, which acquires 4K 60FPS video altering support.
OnePlus Gallery application gets an ongoing update variant 3.12.28, which includes a lot of long requesting highlights. Despite every one of these highlights, the clients had to depend on third-get-together applications for altering 4K videos at 60 FPS, and the moderate movement video manager had some back draws as well.
The most recent update variant 3.12.28 of the OnePlus Gallery application includes the 4K 60FPS video manager, which permits clients to alter the viable recordings inside the Gallery itself. Now the users can also project photos on OnePlus TV directly from the Gallery.
The following will provide the overview of update 3.12.28 on the OnePlus Gallery application:
Issues including sharing photos from the gallery fixed
Slow-motion video editor fixed
Photo projecting to OnePlus TV added
4K60 FPS video editing added
Slow-motion video editing issues have also been fixed with this update.
The update 3.12.28 is now accessible by the means of Google Play Store and can be downloaded in all OnePlus cell phones. Try refreshing the application for altering the 4K 60FPS recordings directly from the Gallery.