I'm currently using WinAVI Video Converter to convert HD 720p or greater MKV files to WMVs. I have it so that WinAVI will invoke FFDShow to do the conversions. What I have noticed is that the converted WMVs seem to be slightly darker than the original MKVs, especially with those MKV files which are HDDVD/BluRay rips, and was wondering what settings I can adjust in FFDShow to have the WMVs looking a little bit brighter? The converted WMVs make it seems as though there is a thin layer of a slightly dark tint on my TV screen. I'm looking at the Picture Properties settings section of the FFDShow and I think I can play around with the Luminance gain/offset, which are contrat/brightness respectively. There's also Gamma correction as well. But I have no idea as to about how much I should increase to bring the WMVs to look just slightly brighter than they currently end up being. Any input or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.