When you have a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9, sooner or later, you’ll bump into the slow-mo video option. You’ll either want to test it for yourself or your more tech-savvy friends will be curious and question you about it. So, you’d better be prepared with the basic information on what the slow-motion function is and how you can take advantage of it.
In just a few words, this function is capable of catching rapid movements and reproducing it at a significantly slower pace. The ability to uptake different images so rapidly is given by the processing power of the Note 8 and Note 9. To try it, suffices to activate this mode from the camera’s app settings. Then, you’ll also have to know what speed to select from all the other options listed in there. Let’s see what’s this all about.
To activate the Slow-Motion record videos on Samsung Note 9 and Note 8:
- Turn on your smartphone;
- Launch the Camera app;
- Stay on the live camera image screen;
- Tap the Mode button;
- Look for the various camera options listed in there;
- Select the Slow-Motion Mode.
To configure the Slow-Motion Mode on Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8:
- Go back to Settings;
- Select one of the three slow motion effects listed in there:
- The lowest – x1/2;
- The medium – x1/4;
- The best – x1/8;
- Return to the filming mode and hit the record button to get started.
Just like our short classification from above would suggest, the most appropriate slow-motion speed for the highest quality is the x1/8. See what it involves and how your videos look when set this way by comparing it to all the other options. Now you know how to record videos in slow motion from your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 camera app!