Delaying Windows 10 features seems to have become a habit for Microsoft lately. The company delayed a series of features presented earlier this year (Timeline and Cloud Clipboard) which were supposed to come out with the Fall Creators Update.
Story Remix will reach users with the Fall Creators Update, but it won’t be complete. The news was confirmed on Twitter by a Microsoft employee.
Insiders who got the chance to try out the preview of Story Remix on the latest Windows builds, will notice that many features that were available in the build versions won’t be included in the final release.
This is disappointing news for all the users who were interested in seeing the 3D features of Story Remix.
Story Remix won’t support 3D
Among the features that will be missing this fall when Story Remix reaches users is 3D object import and actions. It looks like this ability will not be ready in time to be included in the Story Remix this fall. If this is what will happen, then you won’t have the ability to insert 3D objects and effects into your videos. This is probably the most important feature of Story Remix, and it looks like it needs more work before it’s ready to be released.
A while ago, Microsoft showcased the abilities to add characters and effects to scenes, lock them in place and also have the 3D object track itself in videos.
On the other hand, Insiders should be able to play with this functionality again sometime after the Fall Creators Update is released. It is possible that this happens during the Redstone 4 development cycle.
Test Story Remix 3D
As an Insider, you can see what Story Remix has to offer in the latest Insider Preview builds. All you need to do is head to the Photos app where you’ll be able to create video clips from your library, add text, transitions, and music.
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