Quote: Originally Posted by Ishmael
I noticed the same thing. I was going to address that after I got my audio issues worked out.
The MCE settings (if you follow the instructions properly) are what you should be seeing. The WMP12 settings are too dark. People tend to like over-contrasty(if that's a word...) images, but the MCE image once tuned is more 'accurate'.
Well, on my display the image in Windows Media Player looks correct
. When i watch a movie in Media center in 2.35:1 aspect and the image is completely black, i can clearly see the black bars at the top and bottom of the screen coming out. It's so strange since both MCE and WMP are using ffdshow, but there is probably something i'm missing
Nothing in your GFX Driver settings nvidia/ati that can achieve this?
No, not that i found. I fiddled a lot with settings for brightness and contrast, but i cant get it right. I think it has something to do with pc (0-255) and tv levels (16-235). But switching between those settings in the ffdshow output tab doens't seem to work.