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rox169 31st January 2011 01:54 PM

Bsplayer wrong color, black is not black
Hello, I have a problem with the wrong colors in BP. I have Windows 7 and I use the EVC setting, compared with other browsers and BP are the wrong color and black is not really black. Can I change this setting?

Black is truly black in these players, zoomplayer, Windows Media Player and MPCHC

BSPeter 31st January 2011 05:50 PM

In as far as I can see the picture you posted clearly shows that the background "black" of VLC, KMPlayer and BS.Player (assuming it's BS.Player's window at top-left) is totally the same. Only Windows Media Player (assuming it's WMP at bottom-right) seems more black.
(I don't know about the other players you mentioned as they don't appear in your picture.)

rox169 31st January 2011 08:51 PM

The picture top left BSplayer, KMPlayer top right, bottom left VLC zoomplayer right. I have tested Windows Media Player and MPCHC and have the same color depth as Zoomplayer bottom right of the picture. It's somehow set BSPlayer to black really black?

BSPeter 1st February 2011 01:00 PM

First note I'm just a BS.Player user like you.
Also note I've no intention whatsoever to install all these different players as BS.Player has served me well for a very long time already and it covers all my needs for a player.
Unfortunately you do not mention what version/build number of BS.Player you're using. (If I recall correctly there has been a version where black wasn't black.)
The only thing I was able to clearly see from your picture is that BS.Player's black background and the black backgrounds of KMPlayer and VLC are identical. Only the window at bottom right (zoomplayer) seems to differ and have a "blacker black". I don't know about (α) WMP and (β) MPCHC and I also don't intend to find out myself as (α) I'm not interested in WMP (which I utterly dislike) resp. (β) MPCHC isn't installed on my PC (and I'd like to keep it that way).
That being said, please note that I assume several settings could be of influence, notably i.a. the video rendering used. Perhaps also which codecs/filters BS.Player uses for the actual displaying of movie-files. You can find out which codecs/filters BS.Player uses for a specific movie file (with that movie file loaded of course) as follows:
(rightclick >) Options > Filters > Advanced
Then click on the [+]-signs shown in front of the codecs/filters to reveal further info AND access, such as access to that decoder's/filter's settings!!.
(For e.g. ffdshow only part of ffdsettings are also accessible - provided a file is loaded for which BS.Player uses ffdshow! - via rightclick > Options > Preferences > Video > FFDshow properties. Via the route "Options > Filters > Advanced" all settings are accessible).

rox169 3rd February 2011 04:41 PM

Zoomplayer and MPHC use external codecs as Bsplayer.

Video renderer, ffdshow video decoder.
Default directsound device, ac3 filter, ffdshow audio decoder.

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