Both Galaxy S8 phones offer Samsung's Edge panel feature. Think of Edge panels as an extra home screen, hidden on the side of the display, ready to spring into action with a swipe. By default, the S8's Edge panels include app shortcuts, tasks shortcuts, and a contact panel. You'll need to take a few extra steps to set it all up, but afterward, you can create animated images with just a few taps. When you find a video that's perfect for making a GIF with, slide out the Edge panel, then swipe through your panels until you find Smart Select.
Tap on the gear icon to access the camera settings
GIFs have become a prominent feature of internet culture, and chances are you've wondered how to make them yourself. Forget complicated image capture instructions — this is the easiest way to make an original GIF using the Samsung Galaxy S Tap the small icon resembling a gear, located in the upper-left corner of the screen. This will take you to the camera settings menu. Scroll down on the camera settings menu until you come to an option called "Hold shutter button to," then tap on it.
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These animated galaxies are quite amazing, showing us what our space looks like from very far away. We are somewhere in the middle of the Milky Way ring. The animations are a little sped up from actual time since it takes the Sun approximately million years to orbit around the galaxy. Its called the cosmic year.