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Harc The Shark

Video/image Brightness Dark


I've had my Roxio Gamecap (standard) for 3 years, haven't had many problems with it.

Now, the brightness is very dark, and I can't find a way to fix it. It looks fine on my TV.

Computer specs

Acer Aspire E 17

Windows 8.1 64 bit OS x64 bit based processor

*Intel Pentium quad core processor N3540 (2.66GHz)

*Intel HD Graphics

*4 GB DDR3 L Memory

*500 GB HDD

I know my graphics card isn't the best, but it worked fine before. I'm thinking it's just the card starting to break down, but I figured I'd post it here and see if I could find a way to fix it.



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The Brightness is set at Mid Range as well as the Contrast :huh:


Move them!

I did, it didn't do a thing. It's like it's taking parts of the images and making them darker, some parts of the image get brighter, while the other areas stay the same. (dark)

However I have found a temporary fix, moving all the settings to the highest they can go then moving them back down to mid range.

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Keep a record of what games it applies to... Might be brand specific???


Also try a commercial DVD/BD as a test sample to see what happens.

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