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VSCO: Photo & Video Editor

Experiment with 200+ high-quality filters


Introducing STUDIO.VSCO.CO

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  • Official comment

    We heard your feedback! You can now edit from anywhere with VSCO Cloud. Sync your drafts across mobile & desktop, edit a batch of images and export them with one click. Explore more -




  • mark lundberg

    Just want to say thank you VSCO team, this is a very good start and I look forward to what you all do with this. Please continually improve it with more features users are requesting and you will see this pay off. I'll be signing up! (Please make a desktop app eventually, see Figma for reference how their app works in desktop browser and also desktop app that runs off similar code to browser)

  • Marz

    When making comparisons between presets it would be great to have the sliders be remembered for the session. So we can better compare 

  • Darcy Aders

    why are my photos still exporting at 72 DPI? I don't understand why its exporting at 72 dpi when my photo was 300dpi when I uploaded it.

  • Marlon Joseph Dela Cruz

    when can we edit videos?

  • Phil White

    @Darcy Aders the dpi isn’t important on a display, dpi is only for printing your work. I resize my images in affinity photo when preparing them for print, this is cheap to purchase for the iPad. PPI on a display and DPI for print. VSCO would be perfect if you could resize images within the app like Lightroom for iPad, for now Affinity does the trick.

  • Rob Brown

    Very exciting news! For the Linux user, this looks to be a great opportunity

  • Nat B

    I've been waiting for a VSCO desktop version for so long and I'm so glad it's here! As I've been testing it out, I'm a little bummed at the lack of features compared to the mobile app. I upgraded my membership to be able to edit on my computer and was met with a small fraction of tools. I understand that these things take time, and I'm looking forward to seeing the improvements ahead. A couple extra things I'd like to see in addition to shared features:

    • Synced recipes across devices
    • Option to see uploads on mobile and desktop (Cloud-sync-esque)

    Again, I'm very excited for this version and grateful that this is a new direction for VSCO editors! :)

  • Michele Michael

    Just upgraded to the VSCO desktop.  I love the app on my phone. I was so excited to finally be able to use this app on my computer.  However, it is disappointing.

    It seems the photos once edited do not save into your photos on the Mac or iPhone.  They only download onto your desktop if you choose.  This should really work across platforms otherwise it is not very useful.  It looks like you still have a long way to go.  In the meantime I will downgrade my subscription and wait for improvements to go back to the Prop Desktop version.  Looking forward to VSCO coming up with a desktop version just as great as the phone app.  Thanks!


  • hireve5171

    VSCO, pronounced "visco," is a popular photo and video editing app for mobile devices. The app was developed by Visual Supply Company and is known for its simple interface and powerful editing tools. VSCO provides users with a range of filters and editing options to enhance their photos and videos.

    Key features of VSCO include:

    1. Filters: VSCO offers a variety of filters that can be applied to photos and videos to achieve different visual effects. These filters are designed to emulate the look of film photography.

    2. Editing Tools: In addition to filters, VSCO provides a range of editing tools such as exposure, contrast, saturation, and more. Users can fine-tune various aspects of their images to achieve the desired look.

    3. Community and Discover: VSCO has a social component that allows users to share their edited photos with the VSCO community. The app also features a "Discover" section where users can explore and find inspiration from other creators.

    4. VSCO X: VSCO offers a subscription service called VSCO X, which provides additional features and tools. This may include early access to new filters, educational content, and more.

    5. Minimalist Design: VSCO is known for its clean and minimalist design, making it user-friendly and accessible for both casual and more advanced users.

    Keep in mind that the information provided is based on the status of the app as of my knowledge cutoff date in January 2022, and there may have been updates or changes to the app since then.

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