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Sightseer
Posts: 2

Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

Bonjour,
Je possède une gopro hero 8 black mais dans les formats de vidéo je n'ai pas le format pal, comment pourrais-je l'avoir ? Je veux filmer en 25 et 50 fps
Merci et bonne journée
Backpacker
Posts: 740

Re: Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

hi,

in menu:

Preferences >>  General >> Anti-Flicker --- 50 (former PAL) or 60 Hz (former NTSC on H7-6-5))

hope this  helps,

robert

Sightseer
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Re: Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

Thank you very much Robert
It works !

Backpacker
Posts: 740

Re: Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

you're welcome!

have a good one,

robert

Sightseer
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Re: Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

Took me a while to find that setting too, thanks for the tip :)

 

i get the anti-flicker feature... but there should be an option "manual" or "i dont care..." 

the gopro is best used outdoors during the day=no artificial lights so no flicker anyways

 

and modern TV's dont really care about PAL/NTSC anymore.

 

 

Backpacker
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Re: Gopro hero 8 format pal ? 25 et 50 fps ?

[ Edited ]

@megariver66481 wrote:

Took me a while to find that setting too, thanks for the tip :)

 

i get the anti-flicker feature... but there should be an option "manual" or "i dont care..." 

the gopro is best used outdoors during the day=no artificial lights so no flicker anyways

 

and modern TV's dont really care about PAL/NTSC anymore.

 

 


:)

hi,

 

I think exactly for this reason they replace the hero5/6/7   Pal - NTSC menu --- that restart the camera when changed !!!----

only this antiflicker matters now. (and does not restart camera) 

I have IP-TV at home, the set-top-box sends  HDMI to TV, so no more real TV channels.

out TV's are more monitors than TV's.

 

this flickers matter...otherwise you will see the difference between fps and mains frequency in "waves", moving shadows. 

 

robert