The popular photo editing application VSCO continues to add new tools to help us make more professional photos and videos. The company has added RAW support, simplified photo capture, other people’s tracking system, and even support for GIF files.

There is also a VSCO X subscription service that gives its members access to high-end filters and settings. The good news is that VSCO X subscribers can now also edit videos.

Prior to now, the platform is what allowed the company to roll out support for the high-quality RAW file format in iOS, and the addition of short video clips within the app, according to VSCO co-founder and CEO Joel Flory, talking about SENS in an interview with Fast Company this June.

“VSCO’s mission is to help people become better creators, and video is a creative frontier we’re increasingly passionate about and focused on,” explains Flory, of the new tool’s launch. “Video editing for VSCO X members is a first step into what we see as limitless possibilities for video editing tools on VSCO.”

The iOS version of the app is a free download at the App Store. The Android version is due to arrive in the “coming weeks,” the company says. There are no plans to bring the video editing tools to desktop.

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