How to Create an Emoji Video on Android 10 and Android 11 Beta?
There’s no shortage of ways to make your video memorable, but it’s difficult to find the perfect emoji.
You can create one that looks like it came straight out of an animated GIF, but that just doesn’t work well with a video that’s being viewed on a large screen.
With Android 11, you can now create a video on any device that supports a standard video format and a large video player.
Here’s how to create an emoji video using the new video player: 1.
Choose the video you want to play on the device.
To play a video, go to the Settings app on your phone or tablet, tap Videos, and tap the Video option.
Tap Create a new video.
Enter your video title, the video size, and the video frame rate.
You’ll need to choose a location to capture the video, and set a playback time.
You should see a new option in the Videos section, where you can select a location, which will change the playback time and location of the video.
You’re ready to start.
Choose a frame rate, and choose the frame rate of your video.
The device’s hardware supports video resolutions up to 1080p, but you’ll need a higher frame rate for better video quality.
If you’re using a large player, select “Large.”
Tap Play and wait for your video to begin playing.
If it takes a while, tap Stop, and it’ll restart the video to a new location.
Choose your video, choose a video frame, and select your video codec.
If your video is being played on a larger screen, choose the “Video Format” option.
Choose “Medium” to play at 60fps or “Large” to playback at 480p.
If playing on a smaller screen, select the “Smaller Screen” option to play in 720p.
Choose an audio track and choose a duration.
You might need to change the video playback time to accommodate audio.
You may also want to adjust the size of the background and the audio to fit your video frame.
If the video is playing on an older device, adjust the video resolution to fit the screen.
Tap Save to save the video file.
This will open up the file on your device’s storage, and you can transfer it to your device.
Watch the video on your smartphone or tablet.
You probably want to save it to a storage folder on your computer, so go ahead and open that up and save the file to it.
The file should be on your desktop.
If not, you should be able to find it in your device manager.
On your computer or device, open the file in a text editor.
If all is well, you’ll see the video playing on your screen.
It should appear as a new icon in the videos section of the Settings menu.
Tap the new icon to start the video editing process.
You could save the original video to the media storage you saved it to, or you could choose to save to a video player such as Media Player Classic or the Android app.
Tap “Save” to save your video file to the device, then tap “Play” to start editing.
Choose whether to show or hide the emoji face in the background.
If this option is selected, the emoji will only appear in the foreground when you’re playing the video and in the top-left corner when the video finishes.
This is especially useful if you’re watching a video with the emoji captions set to “Not showing,” as they appear when playing on older devices.
You won’t see the face in this situation, but if you want, you could select the option “Show Face” to show the emoji in the video instead.
Watch as the emoji disappear.
If a face disappears, you won’t be able as a viewer to see it again until the video plays again.
If there’s a face that’s not visible at all, the next time the video starts, it’ll show a black circle around the emoji.
The only way to remove it from the video or the file is to select the button that looks to be on the top right corner of the device’s screen.
Tap that and choose “Clear Video and File.”
Save your video and edit your video again.
Select the new file you just saved and press Play.
The video will appear on the video player, and when you watch it, it will fade out.
Watch your video on a device you own.
You don’t have to wait for the video’s playback to finish, but the video will automatically be displayed as a preview on the YouTube app, Google’s mobile app, or a desktop version of the YouTube site.
If any of these features don’t work for you, you may want to check out our guide to creating emoji videos on Android.
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