Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Change Recording Mode

Samsung Galaxy SIII has come with the advanced camera that equipped with some features and capabilities which will allow you to take a better picture. Aside from using the camera to take a picture, you can also use it to record video in HD.

See also: How to Record Video in HD on Samsung Galaxy S3

Next, you can save the video files or send it to another you wish to share with through the Messaging app or Email app. For the record, the Messaging app or Email app has a limitation on how large the size of the video file allowed to attach by the app. Luckily, there is an option to limit the video size for SMS or email.

How to limit video recording size?
To do so, kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Open Camera app.
  2. If necessary, switch the camera icon to the video recorder icon.
  3. Tap the Settings icon.
  4. On pop up menu select Recording mode.
  5. Here you'll see three option available, they are:
    • Normal: this mode will limit the video by available space on the default storage.
    • Limit for MMS: this mode will limit the video by MMS size restrictions.
    • Limit for email: this mode will limit the video by email size restrictions.
  6. Now, you're ready to record the video.

By knowing how to change the recording mode, now you can set it according to your need. For instance, if you record the video and want to send it through the message, then you can set the recording mode to Limit for MMS. So, hope this helps :)

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