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Power DVD brightness correction - 12/6/2004 9:43:13 AM   
prmz


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Hello,

I would like to ask you all, how to adjust the brightness when watching any DVD with that software ? I have just watched my new DVD, and at the first time - it was perfect, there was no need to correct brightness. But when i started the film for the second time - everything was much more darker and I cannot find where I could regulate brightness. Any ideas ? The software is Power DVD, dvd-rom - Lite-on 1633S


All comments are welcome !

Thank you very much !
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RE: Power DVD brightness correction - 12/6/2004 10:08:47 AM   
Iggy


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In Power DVD, if you right click in the screen, even while playback, go to configuration and in the Video tab. On the botttom change the profile to Bright.

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RE: Power DVD brightness correction - 12/6/2004 12:32:06 PM   
prmz


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Exactly ! But it doesn't help. There are more brightness' modes, such as "original" etc. But the brightest ("Bright") is not as bright as there was at the first time when i watched :/ X-files, isn't it ?

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RE: Power DVD brightness correction - 12/6/2004 2:14:57 PM   
prmz


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Well people, I think I have just solved that problem. I reset drive's regional code. Made it to 5 times available to change, inserted the dvd, and the power dvd asked me to choose the region. I did as I was asked. And the film started ok (brightly as at first). But for the second time it was very dark :) Where is the logic ?


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RE: Power DVD brightness correction - 12/6/2004 6:43:10 PM   
MP3Mogul


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Sounds like a graphics driver problem. Have you tried to reinstall your graphics driver for your video card?

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RE: Power DVD brightness correction - 12/11/2004 3:05:24 AM   
prmz


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ghm..No I haven't...But I will try. Thanks!

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