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This article discussed how to record video in PAL format in iOS 14.3 on an iPhone. The iOS devices are considered to be among the best gadgets in terms of shooting videos. The latest iPhones offer a frame rate of over 24, 30, and even 60 frames-per-second. Luckily, now you can shoot videos in PAL format, thereby fixing issues with the recording, if any arises. Below we have discussed how you can use the PAL format to record the videos on iOS 14.3.

Capture Videos in PAL Format on iPhone running iOS 14.3

The titles present below will brief you about the PAL format and its uses. So, let’s get started with it.

What is PAL Format?

PAL or Phase Alternating Line is a broadcast standard used by most Asian and European countries. On the other side, a format like NTSC is used by countries like the US. There are a few other formats like SECAM that are used by several countries.

Why Shoot in a PAL Format?

The primary reason to shoot video in PAL format is explained below.

Due to the frequency of the electric grid being 60Hz, you can perfectly shoot videos at a frame rate of 30 or 60 frames per second. But in several countries, the frequency of the electric grid is limited to 50Hz. In that scenario, shooting videos at the frame rate of 30 or 60 frames per second will produce flickers when a video is shot around light sources. This will probably happen because the alternating current would be alternating 50 times in a second under light sources while the video would be shot at 60 frames per second. And due to this reason only, the outcome produced would be pretty weird and would undoubtedly lead to flickering issues.

However, using the PAL format would undoubtedly help you come out of this issue. The PAL format allows you to shoot videos at a frame rate of 25 frames per second. When the video gets shot at 25 fps, it will not flicker with the light sources running at a frequency of 50Hz. This will help individuals shoot significantly improved videos even in artificial lighting.

If you want to know the steps on how to shoot videos in PAL format on an iOS device, follow the title below.

Shoot Videos in PAL Format with These Steps

To record videos in PAL format:

  1. First, you need to visit “Settings.”
  2. Then, tap on “Camera” and press “Record Video.”
  3. Further, turn on the toggle for “Show PAL Formats.” Once you do that, two new options for recording will appear on your iPhone.
  4. You need to enable one among them and proceed further to open the camera for shooting PAL formatted videos on your iOS device.
  5. You can also turn on the fly by pressing the frame rate counter appearing within the camera app. Now the frame rates and resolutions will automatically be switched whenever required.

These were the details regarding how you can shoot videos in PAL format on your iOS device. This format is pretty helpful when it comes to shooting videos in countries with a 50Hz frequency grid.

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