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Picture in picture camera feature

(Topic created: 03-02-2023 08:09 AM)
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krazy_loco
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I remember that on note 4, camera app there was a feature of pictures in pictures, when taking a picture you can have both front facing camera and back camera on. Is it still a feature of the camera app?

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LongHiker
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@krazy_loco You can do that by using Director's view. Open the Camera and click More. Then Select Director's view. It will capture a view using both front and back cameras. Then you can just grab a still from the video. 

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mizzwax
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No it should I thought that was cool
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LongHiker
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@krazy_loco You can do that by using Director's view. Open the Camera and click More. Then Select Director's view. It will capture a view using both front and back cameras. Then you can just grab a still from the video. 

krazy_loco
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The director's View is a video, it's not a photo. Any way to get a photo with picture and picture?
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LongHiker
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@krazy_loco When you play the video, there will be an icon on screen. Click that icon and it will grab a still (photo) from the video. A little more work than the old feature but easily done. 

krazy_loco
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But this definitely will be handy as far as options. Thank you for your reply.
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krazy_loco
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The director's view records video but it's separate front and back it's not together even though the view screen shows both windows. So this is not what I'm looking for.
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MarvinX
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I never knew that, thanks!
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krazy_loco
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Developer, please incorporate the director view as photo option, that would be awesome. I reviewed some photos I'd taken with my note 4 with the front camera view, that really captured the moment and I'm appreciative of that.