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Windows Phone 8 Apps : Camera (part 4) - Adjusting Video Settings, Using the Video Light

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Adjusting Video Settings

Just as you can configure various settings for the still camera, you can adjust various video settings, such as the video resolution and the focus mode. Again, the actual settings that are available are device specific and vary among phone models. To access the video settings, activate the Camera app and follow these steps:

1. Tap the menu icon.

2. Tap the Video Settings.

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The available video settings differ among devices, but some settings are commonly available:

White Balance: Enables you to adjust the video’s white balance

Continuous Focus: Helps you keep the video in focus while recording

Video Mode: Enables you to switch between video resolutions (720p, 1080p, and so on)

Before you record a video, it is worth checking to make sure that your phone is set to use the optimal video resolution. Some phones default to using relatively low resolution (720p), even though the camera supports full high-definition video at 1080p (1920×1080). Of course, lower video resolutions consume less storage space, so consider that if your phone is short on storage.


Using the Video Light

If you need extra light for your video, you will be happy to know that the camera’s flash doubles as a video light. To enable the video light, activate the Camera app and follow these steps:

1. Ensure that the device is in video mode by tapping the Video icon, if necessary.

2. Tap the Lamp icon to toggle the camera light on and off.

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Malfunctioning Video Light

If the video light doesn’t come on, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re doing something wrong. Some phones are designed to override the video light setting if sufficient lighting is available.

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