05-04-2021 04:43 PM - last edited 05-04-2021 04:45 PM
On my new S21 Ultra the slowmo and ultra slowmo camera do not work properly. When you playback the recorded video it stutters. It also stutters when copied to the PC - so its not the video playback - the video file is broken.
I have the newest update (the one that came 3 days ago). It did not fix this issue. The issue persists before and after this newest update.
Has anyone found a solution to this problem yet?
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06-04-2021 05:37 PM in
It doesnt have to be an isolted features - slowmo and superslowmo are just very rarely used modes in general. I love them. But i bet 95% of users never touch them.
And yes - every single video is stuttering.
06-04-2021 05:38 PM in
You say you read my post. But then you still ignore the fact that only the slowmo and super slowmo camera modes are effected.
The stutter does not happen with normal video. Only slowmo. And you can not take slowmo videos in Pro or Auto. So your suggestions are pointless. But thanks for trying.
06-04-2021 06:24 PM in
06-04-2021 07:40 PM - last edited 06-04-2021 07:41 PM
23-07-2021 03:30 PM in
I have the same problem with my S21 Ultra exonys 512GB. It happens only in slow motion mode in low lightning conditions. slow motion in brighter lightning conditions, and super slow-mo in any conditions works fine.
This is with latest updates at the time of my post.
That was 4 months ago I think 4k 60 and slow motion in good lightning conditions have been fixed I haven't encountered it lately, slow motion in dark conditions still stutter.
27-07-2021 12:30 AM in
For what it's worth - I have a 2 months old S21 Exonys with 128 GB memory (SM-G991B) and experience this stutter regardless of lighting conditions. I have the latest software update (that was pushed out a few days ago) that was supposed to improve the camera but this issue still exist. I have tried to clear cache and data + reboot but it didn't work. Very annoying since I love the feature.
28-07-2021 06:13 PM in
I suspect the processor simply can't keep up when there is excessive detail or motion in the subject being filmed. It drops frames to compensate. I get the same thing with Samsung M31S. Possibly also related to sensor size? I expect better from Samsung.