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Pensacola 7th September 2004 02:38 PM

Brightness controls
I'm sorry for posting such a stupid question, but I can't seem to figure out how I can change the brightness setting for a video file with BSPlayer, so I was wondering if anyone can help me.
Changing this in the windows settings doesn't change anything in the video.
Any help would be really appreciated!!

Greets, Pol

Quietseb 7th September 2004 06:07 PM

As far as I know the below information is correct, but I didn't re-check everything.

you've got 3 possibilities to set the brightness settings (and other settings as well), all of them require a movie to be playing.
  1. right-click on the movie, options, filters, <video filter name (divx, xvid, ffdshow...>. This pops up the configuration window of the video filter. The filter probably has some options to set brightness. This is a system-wide setting.
  2. right-click on the movie, video, color controls.
    This sets the hardware brightness and color controls on the overlay. This is also a system-wide setting, if I remember correctly.
  3. go to preferences, video. You can choose settings for divx3, divx4+, ffdshow. (although I remember it was not completely efficient some time ago for divx4+, can't tell if this has changed since this post ). These settings are only for use in bsplayer (and stored in bsplayer's config file), not system-wide.

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