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    Default Videos play "greyed" out....

    First off, Hi guys! Found this forum and it looks like a good place to get some help. Now on with my problem :

    Somehow in the last week or so all the sudden all my videos play kind of "greyed" out. Video plays fine but the picture is faded. I can't figure out what is causing the problem. Doesn't matter what video player I use, WMP 11, VLC, WMP classic, Winamp, Divx. All have the same problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Western Europe


    Is it only when you play them back on your computer monitor or are they 'greyed out' when you play them back on the camcorder aswell?

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    They play just fine on my secondary computer. The source video is not greyed out, only when I play it on my main computer does it have the greyed out look.

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    Join Date
    Aug 2005
    Western Europe


    Have you changed the lighting in the room, or moved the computer setup to another room or have you changed any of the settings on the monitor recently?

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    Default Same Problem - any solutions?

    all my video is greyed out in all players (bar winamp) on one computer and totally fine on any other computer.

    Have tried updating all drivers...

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