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Samsung Galaxy S20 is the first smartphone device that can record and edit 8K videos. Samsung has done some extraordinary work in its newly released flagship devices to make them stand out. Shooting 8K videos is one of the best innovative features so far, apart from it there are several more incredible features available in Samsung Galaxy S20. With the latest processor of Snapdragon 865 chip and latest camera sensors made by Sony, Samsung Galaxy S20 can record four times better 4K pixels videos.

To record 8K video, you must require a bigger storage device, and that is why new models of Samsung Galaxy S20 have bigger storage variants are available too. In one minute of recording 8K video, Samsung Galaxy S20 will consume 600MB storage of your device, which means bigger storage is necessary. If you record 8K video for 5 minutes, it will consume 3GB of your device storage, which is also a vast amount of data. You can record and edit your 8K video from the Samsung Galaxy S20 device without taking the support of any other application.

How to Make 8K Video on Samsung Galaxy S20

In order to record 8K videos from Samsung Galaxy S20, you don’t have to install any additional application; in fact, it’s already available on the default camera.

  1. Open the “Camera” app.
  2. Tap on the “Video” option to record 
  3. 8K video.
  4. Customize the “video ratio button” for recording the 8K video.
  5. Choose 9:16 8K for enabling recording 8K video.
  6. Tap on the recording icon to start recording your 8K video.

How to edit 8K video on Samsung Galaxy S20

Samsung has its video editing default software in it. From the video editing, you can write anything in the video, attach stickers, and can trim the video as well. To edit the video here is what you need to do:

  1. Choose recorded 8K video from the left side of the “media preview” option in the camera.
  2. Tap on the “edit” icon.
  3. It will “ask for permission” to access the storage of the device, just “allow” it for editing.
  4. You can modify several things in the videos. You are allowed to add a sticker, insert text, or trim the video as you want.

You can edit recorded 8K video as you want, but there is one thing you need to keep in mind, and it is that editing will shrink the pixel of your 8K video in lower pixel. Adding text and stickers will convert your 8K footage in 4K pixels. 8K video will be recorded in 24FPS, which is a default frame rate while recording. However, in 4K recording, you can shoot 60FPS in your device, which is four times better and smoother then pixel of 8K. Another thing you should know about recording 8K video is that video stabilization is not available, so you have to use a tripod while recording the video.

Apart from all these things, the use of new trending things is not going to slow down because currently, no other brand is providing 8K recording from the mobile device. Samsung Galaxy S20 is in the upper hand because of its latest device, and also Samsung has released some outstanding features in the device. The competition in the mobile device is high, and in the flagship, it is necessary to provide something extraordinary that magnetizes the users.


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