If you just got a new phone, you may be asking yourself, "How do I make a video with my cell phone?" So many new and exciting events happen so unexpectedly in life, and you may want to be able to capture every moment on video. To do this, you just have to figure out the quickest, most efficient and easiest way to make a video on your cell phone. A good amount of cell phones today support both video and audio recordings. Cell phones are generally easy to use, and thus are the perfect device to use for those perfect video recordings moments.
- The first thing that you need to know in order to make a video with your cell phone is how to access the video setting on your phone. If you know where the camera button is located on your phone, then you will have no problem finding the video function because it is just a click away. The camera button on the side of the phone can be used to access the camera. You can also access the camera through your "Settings" menu on your phone.
- Once you select the camera button, you have to press and hold the camera icon to switch your phone to the video/camcorder mode. When your phone is in video mode you want to make sure you chose the correct resolution. The resolution is the quality of the picture. The higher the resolution, the better video quality you will have.
- Now you are ready to make a video with your cell phone. Most phones have a zoom option to zoom in and out on the video, but you will have to do this before you start recording. Once you start recording you are not able to zoom during your recording. Aim your phone toward where you want to record and press the camera button on the side of your phone when you are ready to start recording. Move your camera to follow the objects that you want to record. Make sure there's plenty of light. When you are done recording your video, press the camera button again to stop the recording.
Now that you have learned how to make a video with your cell phone, you have the option to just save your video or to attach your video and send it in a text message. You also have the option to download your video to your computer and save it there so that you can have your video for a long time to come.
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