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  1. Hello, dear all.


    I'm using VLC and PotPlayer on my videos here.


    But, I don't know why, when I play videos using VLC, the images appears like that below:


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    When I open using PotPlayer, the images are processed much more "normal" and without any strange colours:


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    The problem is not the video itself. If I do more tests using other files, the results are the same.


    I think is some settings on VLC engine. Potplayer appears alright.


    Do you know how to set VLC properly in a way that the strange colours on the images do not appear anymore?


    Thanks for the tips!


    Best regards.


    devil (johner)
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    You can try Tools -> settings and on the bottom there is restore settings.
    I hope it help.

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    VLC is not decoding the blue channel properly. What does MediaInfo say about your video file?
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  4. Hello, dear all.

    @Bernix


    You can try Tools -> settings and on the bottom there is restore settings.
    I hope it help.

    I did that and it seems work here! I need more tests to see if the problems are solved for good.


    I have found some tips that can help too!


    ---> http://webtrickz.com/how-to-fix-washed-out-colors-issue-in-vlc-player/


    ---> https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=71870


    ---> https://wiki.videolan.org/WindowsFAQ-1.0.x#Why_does_VLC_only_give_black.2C_white_or_ga...ideo_output.3F


    Best regards. Thanks for helping too!


    devil (johner)
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    Glad to hear it helps.

    Bernix
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    I know I've seen a bug in VLC a few times where the chroma picture is shifted a few pixels to the right in relation to the luma. Leaving a strip of black and white on the left. Restarting VLC fixes it. It's been there for years and yet to be fixed.
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