Smartphones have put an end to camcorders. If you want to capture unforgettable moments in high quality, look no further than the technological miracle in your pocket. The latest Galaxy phones are a shining example of how far we've come ̵
Below are some lesser-known video features in Samsung's Camera app highlighted Since it has largely unchanged from Android Oreo to Android Pie (One UI), the majority of these tips applies to all new Galaxy flagship. So, if you're using an S8, S9, S10, Note 8, or Note 9, you should use these tricks to make sure you're getting great videos when shooting with the Samsung camera.
Tip 1. Set the aspect ratio (One UI) quickly. 19659005] If your Galaxy is running the new One UI update, you can quickly adjust the aspect ratio of your video with just a few clicks, whether you're using the selfie or the main camera. Touch the Ratings icon at the top of the viewfinder and choose between "16: 9", "Full" and "1: 1" for the front and rear view camera.
Note that changing the aspect ratio also changes the resolution that varies between Galaxy devices. For example, for the S10, this option varies by default from 1920×1080 for "16: 9", 2288×1080 for "Full", and 1440×1440 for "1: 1".
If you are filming videos with the default aspect ratio of 16: 9, you can use the Samsung camera to adjust the video resolution. To do this, you need to go to the settings page of the app by tapping the gear icon located either in the top left of the viewfinder (One UI) or to the left of the trigger (Oreo).
Tap either "Back Video Format" or "Front Video Format" depending on which you want to customize. Choose "Resolution" under the "16: 9" option, and then select the video resolution from the displayed overflow menu. For maximum quality and frame rate, you can set the resolution for the main camera to UHD (60 fps) although videos take up more memory.
When you're filming a video on your Galaxy S10 on the go, you can keep recording as stable and stable as possible with a simple setting. Fitting the name Super Steady, the feature can be activated by tapping the hand icon at the top of the viewfinder on your S10.