This post demonstrates the steps to create simple video slideshows on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 device. Read on for more detailed instructions.
Photography and Videography with Samsung Galaxy
New Samsung smartphones and tablets are already equipped with more advanced camera specs and display features. That said, any of these devices can now be used among other handy tools for mobile photography and videography.
If you own any of the Galaxy devices including the Galaxy Tab S6, you can create amazing collage-like videos with text and music integration. Such a masterpiece can be accomplished through the Gallery app on Samsung tablet.
To give you some input on how to get started, I’ve mapped a step-by-step process in this quick demo. Here’s how entry-level movies or video slideshows are created on the Galaxy Tab S6.
Easy Steps to Create Simple Video Slideshows on your Tab S6
Time Needed : 10 minutes
Below are the actual steps carried out when creating a movie or video slideshow on the Galaxy Tab S6. These steps are also applicable to other Galaxy devices for as long as they’re running on the same Android version.
- When ready, go to your tablet's Home screen and then swipe up from the bottom of the display.
Performing this gesture will let you access the Apps viewer.
On the Apps viewer, you will see various app icons and shortcut controls.
- Tap the Gallery icon to access the Gallery app.
The Gallery app stores all captured images and recorded videos on your tablet.
The files are typically sorted based on the date when they were taken and saved on the device.
- To start creating a video slideshow, tap the Create New Video icon located on the upper-right side of the screen before the Search icon.
The Gallery app will then switch to editable mode. This means that all saved photos and videos can now be selected and edited.
- Just tap to select the photos and clips that you'd like to include in your video slideshow.
When the file is selected, you will see a checkmark on its upper-left edge.
You can select multiple files as you desire or tap the date if you'd like to select all the photos and clips saved on that date.
- After selecting all preferred photos and video clips, tap Create movie at the bottom section.
A pop-up menu opens, prompting you to choose if you'd like to create a movie via highlight reel or self-edited.
- Simply tap on your preferred method and then start adding necessary elements to your movie or video slideshow.
You can embed some text, music, and even other video clips into your movie as you desire.
- Once you're done creating the movie or video slideshow, tap Save on the upper-mid section of the screen.
The video will then be saved and added to your existing media files in the Gallery.
There is also an option for you to share your finished video slideshow to specific contacts if you'd like.
- Android 10
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
Also note that the saving process may take longer depending on the file size of the finished video slideshow. Just wait until the progress bar reaches a hundred percent.
Previewing Movies and Video SlideShows
When you see a confirmation that the movie or video slideshow is successfully created, you can preview it by heading back to the main Gallery menu and then open or play the video slideshow that you’ve recently made.
You can also view all saved videos straight from the Videos folder. Simply tap on the Videos icon from the Gallery app’s main screen.
Another window opens with all saved video slideshows and movies saved on the device.
Just tap to select any of the video files that you’d like to play or modify.
And that’s how simple movies and video slideshows are made through the Tab S6 Gallery tools.
Alternative Video Creator and Editing Tools
For better movies and video slideshows, you can use any from the multitude of third-party video creation and editing tools available.
Just download your preferred software from the Play Store, install it on your tablet and you should be all set to produce a better movie.
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