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Old 07-27-2004, 09:07 PM   #1
jholt5638
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TNT2 unable to adjust xv levels


I have a TNT2 M64 Pro PCI 16MB card using the latest Nvidia drivers. The card is perfect for my uses except that when using the xv driver in xine,mplayer, or ogle I am unable adjust brightness,contrast,saturation,hue in the xv overlay using xvattr so my video's end up eiter to dark or too bright.. I could use te xshm/x11 drive but on a 466mz celeron its alittle choppy
 
  


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