There are many reasons why Pixel's Google Camera has become an indispensable app for Android users. Google Playground AR stickers and night vision devices for low-light shots are just the tip of the iceberg. In addition, the app has other, lesser-known options that greatly increase its overall utility.
With a seemingly small feature in Google Camera, you can capture multiple clips and integrate them into a video with just a few clicks. This ingeniously simple functionality is missing in other usual standard camera apps such as Samsung Camera.
If you do not have a pixel, you'll need to load the GCam mod to get Google Camera. The process is simple, but if you need more help, click on the following link.
If you have Google Camera installed and have granted all the necessary permissions for normal operation, open the app and select "Video," then press the capture button if you want to start filming.
Tap When you are ready to record the next scene, simply press the record button to resume recording, paying close attention to the buttons as you pause while recording Movie sequence may accidentally press the Stop button, which may require you to start from scratch.
With the Google Camera, you can pause as many times as you like between shots, when you're done just press the Stop button and all your Cl ips are displayed in your camera roll as a single video. This means that you can insert as many video clips as you like, so you no longer have to resort to a video editing tool to combine multiple recordings.
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