Have you ever seen LED The light is shining on you The camera As at regular intervals it turns off and on quickly, but when seen naked everything seems normal Eyes? If you are, then there is no need to worry because it is very normal to happen. And it becomes quite obvious because the frames and power frequencies per second of the recording do not match, and that is why you see the LED lights flicker while recording. This phenomenon is known as ‘strobe effect’.
But why can’t we see the LED lights flickering with our eyes? This is because the shaking occurs very quickly, which means that the frequency of electricity changes at very short intervals, so that the flickering does not catch the eye. Human Eyes
Let us dive a little deeper to better understand this phenomenon. So, LEDs work Evolved electricity AC, and a cycle, i.e. 1Hz, when an electron moves in and out and the bulb closes twice. Thus, alternating current typically operates at 50Hz worldwide (60Hz in the United States), which means that an LED bulb goes off about 100 to 120 times. And it’s so fast that people can’t see it with their naked eyes. However, the camera clicks a picture of the light turning on and off during cycling, thus showing the light flickering on the camera.
How to prevent LED flickering on the camera
Flickering is annoying, and most of us want to get rid of it while recording videos. First, you can try to adjust the shutter speed to 50 or 60, i.e. 1/60, 1/120, etc. You can also try to reduce the brightness of the light source or move away from the source until it blinks. There is no permanent solution to stop it but you can try to play with your camera or light source to reduce the flicker as much as possible.
Here’s how you can change fps on a webcam
Open Settings, then click System.
Now, increase the brightness of the display under brightness and color.
Open the camera app to check if Flickering has decreased.
If not, open Display Settings.
Click Advanced Settings, then Graphic Settings.
Now, click Troubleshoot and change the settings.
Select the one under Hardware Acceleration and click OK to confirm.