VLC HowTo/Adjust image settings
|This page describes how to adjust image settings including brightness and contrast.||Other "how to" pages|
Graphical approaches are the easiest but also the most variable because you have to look in different places depending on your interface. What this approach will do is globally change the hue, brightness, contrast, saturation or gamma for every video you play in VLC, perhaps for color-correction purposes. If you want to play a single video with different image settings, you should look at the command line approach.
- In the menu bar, select "Tools" and then "Effects and Filters".
- Select the "Video Effects" tab and then "Essential" subtab.
- Tick the "Image adjust" checkbox and move the slider for the setting you want to change.
- Hue, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, and Gamma may be adjusted.
Changes take effect immediately for every video.
OS X Interface