Google’s top shot camera feature works with short videos on Pixel 4 and Pixel 3 phones. In 2018, Google introduced the Top Shot feature with Pixel 3.
Actually last year, Google introduced an AI-powered camera feature named Top-Shot with Pixel 3. The top shot was an improved version of Google’s motion photo feature that was shipped with previous Pixel smartphones. Creates a short video clip while taking a feature photo, allowing you to go back to a special moment like Apple’s Live Photo feature on iOS. Now the feature will soon work for short videos as well.
The new top shot feature will work on Pixel 4, Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a phones. According to Short Video, Google means that you will be able to record videos in 768 x 1024 resolution. This feature is expected to come soon as a software update.
According to Google, when users capture motion photos or instant videos, the camera app will recommend another shot from the photo or video. Users can choose to turn the feature off by tapping on Motion Off or set it to Motion Auto to facilitate working. Tapping on ‘Shots in this photo’ or ‘Shots in this video’ will show recommended shots.
In addition to the top shots for short videos, Google has also added a new neural core to its new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones. The new assistant processor will help power the phone’s facial unlocking features. Google also says that it will help speed up processing, always facilitate listening and machine learning on the device.
While core processing is still handled by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, Neural Core processes all facial data from various sensors on the phone and sends it to a secure Titan M chip to authenticate and unlock the user’s Pixel 4 device is.