1. Android Central Question's Avatar
    Normally your phones camera will automatically adjust white balance for take what it thinks is the best illuminated picture. In Pro Mode you can set the white balance to a fixed amount to get the photo that you think is best. I started experimenting with the mode last night, filming a storm front rolling in from Lake Eire. An 8 minute video yielded a 30 second hyperlapse video. However, every 5 seconds or so the white balance would auto adjust and the finished video would snap to the brighter level. Is white balance adjustment available in Hyperlapse Mode so the finished video is not ruined?

    Galaxy Note 9, OS 10
    06-20-2021 09:46 AM
  2. mustang7757's Avatar
    While in the camera app on the photo screen when tap on either side or drag finger if any options pop up?

    I'll leave a Link to register so you can communicate here as a guest account you can only post questions but can't reply
    https://forums.androidcentral.com/sh...d.php?t=409154
    06-20-2021 05:49 PM
  3. Delenot's Avatar
    My apologies for not being logged in when I first asked. I was on location and could not remember my forum password.

    I have 3 options when using the Hyperlapse Mode.
    I can set the framerate.
    I can set the flash.
    And a system setting button that does give me several options.

    Unfortunately this is all regarding save type, picture size, resolution, and basic camera options such as gridlines, shutter sound, quick launch, etc. There is nothing I can find regarding White Balance.

    Here is the recorded video for reference. As you watch you will see the change in balance. (You will also notice an unstable tripod and and excessive amount of insects. Like I said, I'm just beginning to test out this feature.)

    06-21-2021 04:59 PM
  4. mustang7757's Avatar
    My apologies for not being logged in when I first asked. I was on location and could not remember my forum password.

    I have 3 options when using the Hyperlapse Mode.
    I can set the framerate.
    I can set the flash.
    And a system setting button that does give me several options.

    Unfortunately this is all regarding save type, picture size, resolution, and basic camera options such as gridlines, shutter sound, quick launch, etc. There is nothing I can find regarding White Balance.

    Here is the recorded video for reference. As you watch you will see the change in balance. (You will also notice an unstable tripod and and excessive amount of insects. Like I said, I'm just beginning to test out this feature.)

    Unfortunately in Hyperlapse Mode you only have couple settings to change not much else, guess its Samsung auto mode type only nothing more to adjust.
    06-21-2021 07:21 PM

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