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17th June 2014, 07:44 AM   |  #1  
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Thanks @Cloudyfa for such a wonderful port.

However, I am not able to find how to shoot slow motion videos in stock g3 camera app although the Opening thread mentions about slow motion video being enabled. Please help.
17th June 2014, 08:09 AM   |  #2  
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Thanks @Cloudyfa for such a wonderful port.

However, I am not able to find how to shoot slow motion videos in stock g3 camera app although the Opening thread mentions about slow motion video being enabled. Please help.

In camera app you can choose video quality: 4K, 1280p, 720p and last - 120 FPS 720P.
17th June 2014, 08:22 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by pratikiitd

Thanks @Cloudyfa for such a wonderful port.

However, I am not able to find how to shoot slow motion videos in stock g3 camera app although the Opening thread mentions about slow motion video being enabled. Please help.

Launch camera, go into video mode, enter settings (gear icon), choose Video Size.
To play back in slow-mo, start the video then hit the menu button and choose Play Speed.
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17th June 2014, 08:48 AM   |  #4  
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Thanks a lot. Somehow missed it.

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17th June 2014, 02:40 PM   |  #5  
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Also, image quality and video quality is better under CloudyG3 which is an amazing things, seems like LG did a better job with software in G3 Camera
17th June 2014, 03:59 PM   |  #6  
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That's hardly slow mo you're just slowing the video down, you can slow it down in 1080p and uhd, i thought we would have the proper slow mo that's slow from pressing play .

Cloudy flex has proper slow motion without having to mess about with playback speeds. 😀

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I want to know is it only me or whenever i start recording video my image gets dark. Its just fine before i press the record button but when i press record button suddenly image gets darker. Any help plz.
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Launch camera, go into video mode, enter settings (gear icon), choose Video Size.
To play back in slow-mo, start the video then hit the menu button and choose Play Speed.

Hi, any news how to keep slow motoion afer rec?
when i copy to my pc or uploading it it get normal speed...
can I chose slower speed even if i rec on normal speed ?
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Hi, any news how to keep slow motoion afer rec?
when i copy to my pc or uploading it it get normal speed...
can I chose slower speed even if i rec on normal speed ?

Slow motion just records at higher frames per second. To get slow playback on pc you could use a player that supports changing playback speed (most do) or use editing or multiplexing software to set the framerate lower. 24fps (or 23.976) is a commonly used framerate and slows down 120fps or even 60fps pretty nicely. There are also some android apps that will slow down videos or parts of them and let you save them. ReAction is one I've used.
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Slow motion just records at higher frames per second. To get slow playback on pc you could use a player that supports changing playback speed (most do) or use editing or multiplexing software to set the framerate lower. 24fps (or 23.976) is a commonly used framerate and slows down 120fps or even 60fps pretty nicely. There are also some android apps that will slow down videos or parts of them and let you save them. ReAction is one I've used.

Thank you!

There is no app that record in 60/120+ FPS and save it directly?
Any aother apps (ReAction can't find) someone teld me "androvid" what else?
what about software to PC to saveing in slow not only view like VLC?

Update: found this: (only need to find PC software that good for Slow Motion)
http://gadgetstouse.com/app-reviews/...ecording/20119


ReAction Slow Motion Video
AndroVid Video Editor
Slow Motion Video
Slow Motion Free
Controlled Capture


Video editing apps for saving in Slow Motion:
Movie Studio Video Maker
Easy Slow Movie Player
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