There are many reasons why Pixel's Google camera has become a must-have app for Android users. The Google Playground AR stickers and Night Sight for low light photography are just the tip of the iceberg. In addition to these, the app comes with other, less published options that add tremendously to its overall usability.
A seemingly small feature in Google Camera lets you record multiple clips and integrate them into a video with just a few cranes. This ingenious simple functionality is missing from other popular camera cameras such as Samsung Camera.
If you do not have a Pixel, you must submit the GCam mode to get Google Camera. The process is simple, but if you want more help, go to the link below.
After installing Google Camera and granting it all the necessary permissions for it to function normally, open the app and select "Video," then press the Record button when you are ready to start playing.
Now click on the pause button when you are satisfied with your first clip. When you are ready to shoot the next scene, simply click on the recording button to resume the movie. Pay attention to the buttons when you do, it is easy to accidentally hit the stop button while the movie is paused, which would cause you to start from the beginning.
With Google Camera, you can pause between movies as much as you want. When you're done, just press the stop button and all your clips will show up in your camera video as a single video. This means that you can clip as many video clips as you like, and it does not make it necessary to resort to a video editing tool to sew multiple collections together.
This article has been produced under the Gadget Hack's special coverage on smartphone-based video creator tips for filming and editing. Check out the entire video.