1. mehrankimi's Avatar
    I have been heavily using my S3 to capture videos since I have been on vacation pretty much the same day I got it from VZW.

    When I watch the videos that I recorded on a PC, I see this annoying screen jitter/shake

    You can see the sample on YouTube here:

    I have tried the anti-shake setting on and off. No difference. I have tried 1080p and 720p. Both have the same issues.

    Anyone else experiencing the same issue? What's the solution?
    07-19-2012 12:42 PM
  2. wowpaw's Avatar
    Yikes, thats pretty bad. I've noticed some shaking/vibration but not as bad as yours
    07-20-2012 04:30 PM
  3. Paul79UF's Avatar
    I'm having the same problem with my new S3.

    It's a lot better with the anti-shake feature turned off, but I feel like my S2 shot smoother video.

    Sadly, my S2 drowned in my friend's pool.

    I love the S3, but I do miss the soft touch Home button.

    Do you think Samsung will have a software fix for it?

    I'd hate to have to exchange the phone and start setting up all over again.
    08-29-2012 07:56 PM
  4. franky311's Avatar
    I found that if I record the video to a low class microsd card it has the stutter. Saving to a class 10 card caused a minor stutter hardly noticeable to others. If I save to the internal memory it plays back smooth. I believe its the write speed of the media being written too. HD video has a very large file size per second. So it has to write a lot of data at once per second to maintain the frame rate. There is a software issue that effects the playback also. It gets a bit technical. Sorry if I didn't explain it clearly.

    This thread that has a lot of other reasons that can help you determine the issue.
    video recording stutter in 720p and 1080p ,why ? [Archive] - xda-developers
    08-29-2012 09:24 PM