ESPN Live is getting a new video editing app for its NBA Live games.
The app, available for free for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows 10 Mobile, adds support for video editing, video effects, and new videos.
The update is available for iOS devices as well as Windows PCs.
The app, which is still being beta-tested, is available to try on the app store for free.
The updated app brings a number of improvements to the app, including:•Video effects and filters can be created, edited and shared from within the app•Video clips are now shown in their original resolution, instead of their original aspect ratio•Video can be saved as an HD video to be played in the browser on the device of your choice•Improved video quality and playback speed•Video editing is now enabled for all videos•Video playback in the app is now also available for playback in YouTube, Vimeo, Vudu and other streaming video services•Video recording, editing and sharing is now done on the web•More videos can now be added via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube.
There’s no word yet on whether the new video apps will be made available for Windows 10 or the Xbox One.