You can now create vertical movies in Google Photos

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For some reason, Google thinks it would be a good idea to force the option to create movies directly from the Google Photos app. Now we can only create specific videos.

Use of Google Photos Most of us use it as a default gallery, among other reasons, due to support functions, it has long allowed us to create small movies by collecting photos and videos from our albums. Or sometimes the app itself will automatically create these “moments” when special events or trips are received.

Now, if you have tried to create one of these movies recently you will have noticed something: we are forced to make a vertical video.

At first it may seem like a failure of the latest versions, but no, that's not a problem: since Google confirms that this is the case, we can only create straight videos.

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If we use this tool to create movies in Google Photos and add an image or video with a horizontal format, we will immediately see how the app compels us to use the vertical format by adding black dots, or directly streaming our content, cutting a large portion of it.

Regardless of whether the first clips we add have a history, the editor is always forcing the final format of the final movie, as reported by Android police:



Many users have complained about this in recent weeks, but David Lieb, one of Google's photo editors, made it clear on Twitter that This is not a mistake, but for now they will only leave this option as videos edited from mobile phones remain horizontal.

We plan to include the option I am considering. But select an image now because the mix has shifted to the video above the image.

– David Lieb (@dflieb) July 5, 2020
How to create specific videos: third-party applications


Unless Google's decision makes sense, we currently have no choice but to swallow it. They say they plan to add the option to do the same horizontally, but without the current dates.

If you want to create direct videos or movies from your mobile phone, you will need to switch to it third-party video editing applications you can find it on Google Play, like InShot or others:

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If you want to edit videos easily, but have access to a good number of tasks, GOM Mix is a great app for you.
 
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