How To Combine Videos On Your Samsung Galaxy S10?

Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung Galaxy S10

If you wish to edit a clip on your Samsung Galaxy S10 or combine several videos into one clip, then you are very lucky because Samsung has a completely-featured video editor to make this happen straight from your device.

You do not have to install more Video editing app as well. See How To Combine Videos On Your Samsung Galaxy S10?

How Can I Combine Videos On My Samsung Galaxy S10?

  • Launch the Gallery application.
  • Find one of the clips you want to hide to your product.
  • Click “edit” in the lower-left corner of the display. It resembles a pencil.

Combine Videos Samsung Galaxy S10

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  • Click “Add” way up on your screen and then select another video to combine with the first one. You are allowed to select various videos and still pictures, and then click “Done” when you are done.

Combine Videos Samsung Galaxy S10

  • The timeline for your fresh will be visible way down on the screen. You are allowed to click the transition markers between video clips to include a transition or leave the default.

 

Combine Videos Samsung Galaxy S10

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  • Click “Save” way up on the display to save your fresh combined-media video.

Meanwhile, do you know that you can troubleshoot your Samsung Galaxy S10 screen if it is not rotating? Yes, you can. See the details below:

How To Troubleshoot Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Screen If It Is Not Rotating?

If your mobile device does not rotate when you turn it sideways, make sure it is activated. Just:

  • Scroll down from the top of the display to reveal Control Center. Swipe once again to display all icons.
  • Ensure “Autorotate” is activated – the icon is blue and named “Auto rotate.” If it is disabled, it will be visible in grey and will be named “Portrait.”

To test it:

If the screen does not rotate automatically, try it out in an application that supports auto-rotation like Chrome.

Rotate the device to horizontal and make sure you do not touch the screen. If this does not solve anything, you can confirm if the device’s accelerometer is functioning well.

  • Launch the Phone application.
  • Dial “*#0*#” and the Galaxy S10’s diagnostic screen will be visible.
  • Click “Sensor.”
  • Under “Accelerometer Sensor,” click “Image Test.”
  • You can confirm if the accelerometer is functioning on this screen, but it is less complicated if you switch to the test image.
  • Rotate the screen to see if the picture rotates. If it doesn’t, reach out to Samsung for support.
  • To exit this test screen, double-click the back button severally to get back to the Phone app.

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