Samsung Galaxy Note 4 - How to Record Video at 60 FPS (1080p)

The Smooth Motion is a feature that will certainly please many amateur videographers as it allows the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to record videos in 1080p at 60 FPS. By default the camera of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 records video at 30 FPS which is already good, but it you need to record fast moving subjects (sport event, car...) then it's better to switch to 60 FPS:

Go to Apps and open the Camera app. Tap on cog icon > Tap on the Menu button (3 dots) and then go to the Settings section. Tap on Recording mode and select Smooth motion.

NB: Videos recorded at 60 FPS require more space, so it's recommended that you turn off the Smooth Motion feature when not required.


Published by deri58. Latest update on August 1, 2015 at 02:57 PM by deri58.
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