Welcome to the home of the best How-to guides for your Samsung Galaxy needs. In today’s article, We will go over how to shoot 4k video recording. If you’re wondering how to shoot 4k video on Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10 Plus. So we’ll show you how to use it on these models.
How to shoot 4k video on Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10 Plus
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus can shoot video at up to 4K resolution, 60 frames per second (fps), but it doesn’t record at that quality by default. Instead, it shoots at a conservative, space-saving 1080p at 30fps. With 256GB storage though – why settle for conservative? Why indeed…
To fire-up full-resolution video recording, open up the camera, tap on the cog in the side-bar, then scroll down to video options and finally select your video resolution and framerate options. Shooting at 4K increases the video resolution, ideal if you want to watch your home movies on a 4K TV or monitor. Any budding editors out there will benefit from increasing the frame rate to 60fps, as this gives you scope to slow things down without turning your videos into a juddery mess.
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