Sony has today rolled out a new update to its console video editor Sharefactory, releasing update 2.5 for the PlayStation platform adding a number of new features, tweaks and enhancements.
One of the major new additions is the ability to import your own video and images directly into the Sharefactory console video editor. As well as enabling users to select up to 16 video clips or screenshots from your Capture Gallery and launch directly into Sharefactory for editing.
Stuart Platt Senior Producer, Sony Interactive Entertainment explains a little more about the new features and what you can expect.
Today we are releasing a new update to Sharefactory that includes our biggest feature as requested by the community, including user imported content, Clone Clip, editing from the Capture Gallery, plus much more.
We’re extremely happy to be able to allow users to import video and images into Sharefactory, as our community have been requesting this feature since launch. Using content from a USB drive, you can import your own videos and images to be used as your custom intro, title and outro clips as well as use your own artwork as stickers. It has never been easier to personalize your Sharefactory videos to share to the world.
Features in this update include:
• Added over 30 textures you can use to personalize your text as well as the ability to freely scale your text
• New Infomercial Sharefactory Theme
• New Photo Mode collages with support for up to 16 images
• New Photo Mode Templates
• New stickers
• Contextual Help has now been added throughout Sharefactory
• Updates to the UI
Source: PS Blog