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Brightness levels for video


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compuser1

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Hello. Hopefully someone can help me with this...

I have adjusted the brightness levels for the "desktop" under the advanced display properties in windows xp. My video card is a Radeon 9500 Pro. Basically, this advanced control allows me to dim and brighten everything that is displayed on my monitor.....EXCEPT the brightness levels of video that is played in a player such as Windows Media Player. This is very frusterating. I can move the slider and watch everything around the clip get brighter or dimmer, but not the clip itself. How do I make it so that when the video plays back, it follows the same "Brightness" rules that the rest of the computer uses. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Adjust brightness with the monitor's own controls/buttons. Don't use the radeon utility at all.
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