Google Photos for iOS takes that a step further with the edit button launching a user interface with four items in the bottom bar.

Now the upgraded iOS version has the ability to trim video clips, add filters, crop, and make adjustments like exposure, contrast, and saturation.

The new video options work similarly to the existing image editing tools. Simply tap the “edit” button when previewing a video, and you’ll be taken to the new editor, which adds several new tabs, in addition to the existing “export frame” option.

There’s a variety of filters, including an “Auto” filter that intelligently adjusts your video. There are manual adjustment controls, divided into a Light menu (for exposure, contrast, whites, highlights, shadows, blacks, and vignette sliders) and Color (to adjust saturation, warmth, tint, skin tone, and deep blue).

The new Google Photos video editor for iOS rolled out some time ago, but the company only made it official with version 5.8 today.