Owners of the new smartphone from Samsung could want to know how to record time lapse videos on Note 8. Time-Lapse is a type of photography that takes pictures at a slower rate to view a specific sequence. When you go back and play those pictures at a normal speed it looks like things are going faster, thus lapsing.
It’s a cool thing to do especially when you’re filming things like clouds, people, cars or any moving objects. A wonderful feature of the Note 8 is that you don’t need to install any third-party apps to use time laps on Note 8 as it has this feature built into the device.
The way that you can record time lapse on Samsung Note 8 is by using a settings called Hyperlapse mode within the Camera app. Below we’ll be explaining how you can use Samsung Note 8 time-lapse and being able to adjust the settings of the recording.
How To Record Time Lapse Videos On Note 8
Before you begin filming time lapse videos on Note 8, it’s important to adjust the settings to the way you want to finished product to look. You can change the speeds from the default settings to 4x, 8x, 16x or 32x. The way you can do this is by following the steps below:
- Turn on your Note 8
- Go to the Camera app;
- Get the Camera in portrait mode;
- At the bottom of the screen tap on the Mode option;
- Select on Hyperlapse;
- Now tap on Select Speed to adjust the speed that you’d like to use;
- Once you’ve changed the speed, tap on the Record button so you can start recording time lapse videos on Samsung Note 8.
Once you’ve followed the steps above, you’ll know how to use the Samsung Note 8 time lapse video feature. Using this method, you won’t have to download any third-party apps for your phone.