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Old 06-07-07, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default Video brightness issue on Vista x64

I just realised that the brightness is higher then it should be when playing videos on media player 11 (on vista).

I checked the brightness settings and all are on default value.

Here is a pic that shows the brightness clearly visible where as it should be totally black.



Media player on left and VLC player on right (tested on xp and no problems)


I opened the same video on VLC player and it displays the video the way it should so there is something wrong with media player 11?

I think its overlay issue but nvidia drivers don't have overlay option under vista; it must be the 3D desktop causing this?

Any solutions?

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