Use Sound & Shot In Galaxy S4

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Samsung Galaxy S4 arrived with new and cool features, they filled it with almost everything one can ask from a Smartphone. Talking about media, Samsung Galaxy S4 was powered by a very cool, easy to use and awesome 13Mp camera with amazing features. These Features Include, Smart Shot, Auto Mode, Dual Shot, very clever Beauty Shot: it enhances the details on the face and put a mask of beauty on the skin only, if you have a mustache or a beard it won't work on those parts. One more is the Sound & Shot option, it allows you to take a photo along with recording a voice/sound for a few seconds, then when you will see the picture you will hear the sound as well. But make sure to record a clear voice otherwise someone will get the wrong meaning of something else. You can let the Mobile record a voice for you if there is any, or you will be given 6 seconds to record the voice.

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Requirements

  • A Samsung Galaxy S4.
  • Make sure to install Official ROM on it.
  • Make sure the sound is clear.
  • Don't make too many noises otherwise it won't record it.

How to do it

  1. 1
    Open Camera app in your Samsung Galaxy S4.
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  2. 2
    Touch the mode button to open mode menu.
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  3. 3
    Touch the Sound & Shot mode.
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  4. 4
    Tap the arrow to select the mode of Sound, either Auto or Manual.
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  5. 5
    Take a Picture
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    Don't shake the cam while taking it.
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    Now you have 9 seconds to record the sound, make sure that the sound is clear and only required one
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Choose when to record sound

In Sound and Shoot mode, you can choose to record the audio 9 seconds before the shot is taken, or 9 seconds after you took the picture. You can choose between the two mode of recording sounds by doing the following:

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  1. 1
    Once on the native camera application, switch to Sound and Shoot by tapping on the Mode icon
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  • 2
    From the Sound and Shot mode, tap the arrow icon to view the two options of adding the sound recording
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  • 3
    Choose your preferred audio recording behavior
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    You can choose from any of these two:
    • Pre-shot. Pre-shot will record 9 seconds of audio input before you press the capture button.
    • Post-shot. Post-shot will record 9 seconds of audio input after you press the capture button.
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  • 4
    You have successfully learned how to switch audio recording type on Sound and Shot.
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  • Tips, Tricks and Warnings

    On editing pictures on Sound and Shot mode

    • You can edit pictures that are taken on Sound and Shot mode by using Galaxy S4's built-in photo editor. If you do not know how to edit pictures, you can check on the VisiHow article on Edit Images on Samsung Galaxy S4.
    • Edited pictures using the built-in photo editor will save another file with the edited pictures on it. The new file would still contain the sound of the original one.
    • You can edit sound and shot pictures using third party applications but will only save the picture of the file; the sound file will not be included in saving.
    • You cannot edit recorded audio on Sound and Shot images. You can only edit the pictures, not the sound.
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    On file compatibility on Sound and Shot mode

    • Pictures taken on Sound and Shot mode will not be able to play audios on PC. When you transfer the Sound and Shot picture from your phone to your PC, it will only transfer the pictures, not the sound.
    • Pictures taken on Sound and Shot mode can be transferred under this conditions and results:
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    • Only supported Galaxy devices will play the transferred Sound and Shot file. Devices on official Android version 4.3 and up of Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 and Note3 supports this kind of file.
    • When you transfer Sound and Shot file to an unsupported device even if you transferred via acceptable methods, still, only the pictures will be shown.





    Questions and Answers

    Sound and shot, saving to PC from SD card?

    Hi, how can I make sure when I save my SD card photos to my PC, that the sound and shot files are saved over with the sound and the shot all in one? Can I download a program that reads sound/shot files so my computer will recognize them and download them as sound and shot, rather than just a photo?

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    How do I save "sound and shot " in my PC?

    After I uploaded the (sound and shot) image the sound is not working on my PC

    You can just copy the Sound & Shot JPG files to your computer. The sound is stored within them. To extract the sound, use SGS4 Audio Extractor by Accalio. Open the file and double-click "SGS4audiojpg.exe" within the archive. Then, select an input JPG file or files by clicking "Browse". Click "Extract files". Click "Quit". You will have audio files that you can play back by double-clicking them in File Explorer while watching the original JPG with any Windows image viewer.

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    I have some sound shots and videos on my Samsung Duos Android

    Samsung Duos Android, I have some sound shots and videos I want to download or transfer. How to do it? it doesn't just download!

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