Record in 60FPS or 4K Video
While we're talking about the camera, we figured now would be a good time to explain how to change the settings for recording video. By default the Galaxy S7 Edge records in 1080p, which is very good. However, some may want to drop down to 720p to save space which is still plenty for YouTube, or increase it to 60 FPS for smoother 1080p video, not to mention 4k UltraHD video recording. Lets do that.
Launch the camera again the same way we explained above, and head back into the camera settings menu. At the top of the list is "Video size (rear)" select this, and choose the quality of video you'd like to record. From 720p, smoother 60FPS 1080 or even 4K for those enthusiasts.
That's it. You've now changed this and it's still being saved to the micro-SD card.
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