Sony Digital Network Applications Launches Photo Editor and Video Connector Apps

Sony Digital Network Applications Launches Photo Editor and Video Connector Apps

Nov 29, 2011

Sony Digital Network Applications continues their line of Android media editing apps, with two new recent releases. As previously announced here on the site, two new stylish and easy-to-use tools are now available for Android devices: Photo Editor and Video Connector. Both do pretty much what they say on the tin, but have some special features to them as well.

Photo Editor allows for various frames and decorations to be added to photos. Users can add special graphics for comical effect, along with customizable text boxes. Special frames can be added to make photos appear more decorative. There’s also a variety of post-processing effects available, such as color modification, pencil stitching effect, pixelation, simulated SLR effect, and more. This is in addition to the basic photo operations, like cropping, scaling, and flipping, that would be expected from any decent photo editor. Photo Editor is available now from the Android Market.

Video Connector can be used to help stitch together multiple separate video files together into one. Users add videos with a simple upward swipe to call up the list of videos, swipe left and right to move them left and right, and down to delete. Note that videos of unequal attributes cannot be combined, so they have to be the same resolution and file type in order to be stitched together by the app. Still, this is something that could be used to easily bring together several videos recorded consecutively, like on a vacation, without having to use dedicated editing software. As well, the ability to make sure videos stay under certain file limits, identical to Sony’s earlier video editing software, is present. This app is also currently available from the Android Market.

Sony Digital Network Applications has one more announced application coming out in the future: Photo Movie Creator HD. When this is released, we will have coverage of it and of future apps from Sony Digital Network Applications.