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Using "Media Player Classic" How To Change Brightness??

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by tzx613, Oct 31, 2011.

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  1. tzx613

    tzx613 Thread Starter

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    Years ago I installed K-Lite Codec Pack with MPC and would try to change the brightness in MPC by going View > Options > Miscellaneous. Then there is the options to change brightness, contrast, hue, saturation.

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    But these options NEVER worked. You can't even adjust the sliders. So I looked for a solution online and I found it. You were to right click on the "ffdshow video decoder" icon in the system tray and select "ffdshow video decoder"

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    then go to "Overlay" and adjust it from there. It would always work.

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    Well, a few days ago I did a complete reformat of my harddrive and lost everything. I recently installed the new version of Combined Community Codec Pack and now, when I use the second way of attempting to change brightness, it no longer works. You can adjust the sliders, but they do nothing. I don't know what to do? What exactly is VMR9 and what does it do? Do I need this?
     
  2. pip22

    pip22

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    The Combined Community Codec Pack is not the same as the K-Lite Codec Pack.
    Since you previously managed to achieve what you wanted to do using K-Lite, I suggest you stick with K-Lite.
    The fact that you are now using something different may account for your problem.

    What is VMR-9?: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd407344(VS.85).aspx
     
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