Video editing on VSCO is a tool that is available exclusively for VSCO X members. We are constantly providing tools and presets to our community to ensure that they are fully equipped for their creative journey.
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about video editing on VSCO.
Can I capture video on VSCO?
Not at this time, we are currently providing the ability to edit your previously captured videos. However, we are exploring methods of capturing video on VSCO. We currently do not have an ETA for the release of a video capturing feature.
Can I edit any video on VSCO?
On iOS, we support videos captured at 4k at 30 FPS and 1080p, 720p at 30, 60, 120, and 240 FPS. Your video will export the same size as the imported video (i.e. If importing a 4k video, it will export in 4k as well)
On Android, we support videos that are natively captured in 1080p, 720p at 30 and 60 FPS.
Can I save videos to my Studio or publish to my profile?
No, videos you edit in VSCO can only be saved directly to your Gallery or Camera Roll.
How do I use VSCO's video feature?
Please Note: Larger files will take more time to render and the device cannot be backgrounded or locked during export.
Some tools are missing from video editing, will these be made available for video editing in the future?
Not all tools available for photo editing will be made available for video editing.
What’s the maximum video file size I can import and edit in VSCO?
We do not have a maximum file size or video length, but depending on your device’s available resources you may experience a limitation. Please ensure that you have enough internal storage to export your video.
I have VSCO X but I’m not seeing the video editing feature.
On iOS, you must be on v31 or newer and on iOS 10+. On Android, you must be on v36 or newer and on Android 4.3+.