Samsung’s latest Galaxy S22 series includes some significant improvements that most Galaxy users love about their cameras. We are talking about One UI 4.1-based Timelapse or Hyperlapse mode, which at least allows Samsung to take amazing photos.
This is a very popular video format for YouTube users, especially those who write daily blogs. So it can be considered an easy way to change. But how do you do it on your Samsung Galaxy S22? Is it really simple and will we show you how to use it today?
Timelapse is one of the many things the Galaxy S22 camera can do. In general, Timelapse allows you to show motion in a short video for a long time. For instance, on the Galaxy S22, about 18 seconds of action is packed into one second. The cameras do this by using a lower frame rate.
In Galaxy smartphones, we use the term “Hyperlapse” instead of Timelapse. This is because a Timelapse from the camera is created at rest without moving for the duration of the video. HyperLap is essentially a camera-moving Timelapse that works best for a smartphone because it is usually in your hand when you record it.
So without further ado, here’s how you make One UI 4.1-based Hyperlapse with Galaxy S22:
- Open the Camera app.
- Now swipe on the More option.
- On this screen, you will find Hyperlapse and click on it.
Now you come back to the normal screen. Here you can choose which sensor to use and you can use the Ultra-wide or Main sensor. And you can also choose to do it in FHD or 4K. If you choose 4K, it will consume a lot of space on your phone, so keep this in mind.
- To start taking your Timelapse, press the shutter button. When you are done, press it again to finish. When recording Timelapse, keep in mind that one second of video takes about 18 seconds to actually record.