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Bryce_Intel
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Intel® GCC Display / Media Feedback

Display / Media - Home Theater / Video Controls and Education

Please provide any feedback pertaining to display or media functionality within the Intel® Graphics Command Center.

 

 

The other feedback pages are:

 

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HMark2
Beginner
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Hi,

 

I'm using a TV as a monitor and was wondering if there could be an option to adjust overscan? I was able to do this with the Intel Control Panel, but I can no longer get that app to launch.

 

Thank You

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @HMark2​,

There is an option for this in Display. Please select the Resolution drop-down, scroll to the bottom, and select Custom. From here you can adjust multiple options such as height, width, and underscan. Hope this helps!

DWong17
Beginner
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Hi,

 

In IGCC, Display page, Scale option, there's no more "Scale to Fullscreen" anymore? Or does it get renamed as Stretched? If it is renamed, please consider to change it back to "Scale to Fullscreen" as it is confusing to see it as "Stretched" even though the display does stretch to fullscreen when it is using a low resolution. People usually like to choose Fullscreen as opposed to Stretched.

 

Also, IGCC does not need to be closed to system tray do we? It just seems as a way to somehow "eat" system resources. Just make it close completely just like IGCP did previously.

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Yes, you are correct. "Stretched" in Intel® GCC is the same setting as "Scale to Fullscreen" from the Intel® Graphics Control panel. We understand your concern so we will try to change this for clarity. Also, we are considering adapting the application so it is not always on and in the system tray. We definitely hear where you are coming from. Thanks for contributing and providing feedback! Please let us know if you have any other future concerns regarding Intel® GCC.

POlli1
Beginner
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I cant see this having been changed. Also, actually using the Stretch does not make the screen replicate properly on my TV. It did work until Command Center entered my laptop's world.

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @POlli1​, are you saying that "Scale to Fullscreen" works using the Intel Graphics Control Panel but "Stretched" doesn't work correctly when using the Intel Graphics Command Center? If so, could you please provide images of both scenarios as well as a Dxdiag report and an Intel Graphics Command Center report? This information would really help us investigate this.

RMora40
Beginner
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I don't see one. I have no way to adjust the edges of the screen in my tv monitor.

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @RMora40​! Can you please clarify which setting you do not see? Are you referring to the "Stretched" setting mentioned above? Also, below are some instructions regarding adjusting screen size that may be solution to what you're describing.

 

If you are seeing overscan:

  1. Open the Intel Graphics Command Center.
  2. Navigate to Display.
  3. Navigate to Scale and select Custom in the dropdown menu.
  4. Adjust to the desired size.

 

If you are seeing underscan:

  1. Open the Intel Graphics Command Center.
  2. Navigate to Display.
  3. Navigate to Resolution and select Custom next to the dropdown menu.
  4. Adjust the "Underscan %" setting.

 

Hope this helps!

ADolo1
Beginner
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Hi. We need an option to manually set colour depth: 8bit, 10bit, 12bit. I have monitor and TV, both of them have 10bit panel, but windows by default set 8bit and there is no option in Command Centre to change it.

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @ADolo1​!

Regardless of the Windows default, our graphics driver is configured to automatically choose the highest color depth available (if your configuration supports it).

MBoni5
Beginner
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Hi, I just ordered a new Dell 3000 laptop, and the brightness and contrast adjusts automatically, I'm running on the Command Center.

LOCAL ADAPTIVE CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT is off, i set both power plans to MAXIMUM PERFOMANCE, and ADAPTIVE BRIGHTNESS and DISPLAY POWER SAVINGS are both off too. After i restarted the laptop but the screen still automatically changes brightness and contrast when switching between dark and light screens.

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @MBoni5​,

 

Are you using the most recent version of the Intel Graphics Command Center (1.100.2727.0)?

 

Please try the steps below and let me know if this resolves your issue.

  1. Open the Control Panel in the Windows Start Menu.
  2. Find and open the Power Options.
  3. Click Change plan settings next to your current power plan.
  4. Click Change advanced power settings.
  5. Scroll down and expand Display.  
  6. Click Enable Adaptive brightness and change the setting to off.
  7. Hit apply to save the changes.
RRudo
Beginner
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I am looking for keyboard shortcuts to change refresh rate:

I noticed that there is not way to assign keystroke shortcuts to different refresh rates in the new Command Center. Videos are often in different refresh rates (23.976, 50, 59.94). I can manually select these by opening command center, but would like to be able to switch during video playback by using a keystroke shortcut.

 

Gabriela_Intel
Moderator
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Hi @RRudo​,

Thanks for your suggestion! I'll pass on your request to the Intel GCC team.

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