Ahead of its expected April 30 launch alongside the console’s 1.70 firmware update, PlayStation 4’s new video editing app SHAREFactory has already made its way to the PSN Store.
The application showed up on the storefront on Tuesday, but is unavailable to download by users.
SHAREFactory will allow users to edit their recorded video clips right on the console, and upload them directly to Facebook. Sadly, YouTube direct uploading still is unavailable, but users are able to export their created videos to USB in order to upload to YouTube or any other video sharing website via PC.
The description of the app on the store website is as follows:
"Create with EaseEffortlessly combine your favourite game footage in minutes using simple, intuitive controls.Personalize Your VideosCustomize videos with commentaries, soundtracks (included tracks or your original music), effects, themes, and more.Share Your Best MomentsPost your videos directly on Facebook via your PlayStation®4 system or use a USB drive and upload them to the world."
The PS4’s 1.70 update, which launches on April 30, also includes the stripping of HDCP restrictions. You can view full details on the upcoming update via our sister site GameSided.com.
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