VSCO introduces DSCO on Android: you can now create looping videos

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VSCO is an application known to many users in Spain, a very complete photo editor, especially for those who want to upload photos to their social networks. The application is now significantly updated in its version for Android with the introduction of DSCO, your tool for creating looping videos.

DSCO are VSCO’s own options, which allow edit videos and that until now was exclusive to iOS. The Android application is finally updated with this option, allowing users to create their own looping videos, in the purest Boomerang style, something that apps like Instagram have also done.

DSCO comes to VSCO for Android

VSCO DSCO looping videos

 

The new tool in VSCO will allow us to direct capture of small fragments loop video. DSCO is already integrated into the application in its Android version, to be able to obtain those desired looping videos. In this case, it allows us to obtain looped videos of up to 10 seconds in length, which for many users may be enough. The way to create one in the app is as follows:

  1. Open VSCO on your Android phone.
  2. Press the + button at the bottom to open the camera.
  3. Click on the DSCO option.
  4. Hold down the shutter button to get the desired footage.
  5. Edit that snippet if you want.
  6. Click on the save icon.

VSCO gives us several options to edit this snippet we have only recorded it, although they are quite limited. It is possible to apply some filters and disable the audio. The best thing is to edit it once saved, with the DSCO editor itself, which gives us more options to obtain the desired effect in that video that we have just recorded in the application.

DSCO is currently being deployed globally in photo editing application. To have access to this new tool, we just have to download the new version of the application, available now in the Google Play Store. It is a tool for which we do not have to pay money, so users who use the free version of the app can also enjoy it. Although to upload those videos recorded with DSCO you must have a paid subscription.

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