Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Take Photos Whilst Recording Video in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Whilst recording a video, there are some scenes that may be good if captured as photos. Luckily, the stock Camera app lets you easily take photos whilst recording the video so that you can still continue recording the video and capture the desired scenes. Since taking photos whilst recording video is a default feature, you can directly use this feature without you have to set anything first.


How to take a photo whilst recording a video in the stock Camera app?
You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. Open the stock Camera app.
  2. Aim the camera to the object.
  3. Tap to start recording video, or say "Record video" if you have enabled the voice command feature for recording videos, or press the Volume key if you have set the Volume key as the video-recorder key.
  4. Whilst recording video, you can take a photo by tapping . FYI, you can tap this icon to take more photos whilst recording video.
  5. Tap to end recording, or press the Volume key if you have set this key as the video-recorder key.

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