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Recording video in 3D Audio or high resolution audio

Choose to record videos, including selfie videos, with 3D Audio or high-resolution audio.
Important: Some things to know about high resolution audio:
  • It's only available when the video quality is set to HD (720p) or higher.
  • You can't pause when recording video with this type of audio.
  • Videos with this type of audio are saved in MKV (Matroska video) file format.
  1. On the Home screen, tap the camera icon to open the Camera app.
  2. Switch to Video or Selfie Video mode. See Choosing a capture mode.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • In Video mode, tap Sonic Zoom icon . Then tap Hi-res audio button to switch to high-resolution audio or tap 3D audio button to select 3D Audio.
    • In Selfie Video mode, 3D Audio is selected by default. Tap 3D audio button > Hi-res audio button to switch to high-resolution audio.
    Note: Selecting 3D audio button allows you to record in 3D Audio without applying Sonic Zoom. To record using Sonic Zoom, see Recording video with Sonic Zoom.
  4. When you're ready to start recording, tap Video record button. When recording using 3D Audio, make sure not to cover the microphones when holding the phone.
  5. Change focus to a different subject or area by just tapping it on the Viewfinder screen. You can also change the exposure after tapping by dragging up and down on the screen.
  6. Tap Pause recording button to pause the recording, and then tap Resume recording button to resume.
  7. To stop recording, tap Stop recording button.
    Tip: Videos recorded in 3D Audio are marked with 3D audio button in Google Photos. Use earphones when playing back the video to enjoy immersive sound.

Taking a photo while recording a video—VideoPic

  1. On the Home screen, tap the camera icon to open the Camera app.
  2. Switch to Video or Selfie Video mode. See Choosing a capture mode for details.
  3. Tap Video record button to start recording.
  4. While recording, tap Camera shutter button whenever you want to capture a still shot.
  5. Tap Stop recording button to stop recording.

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