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    Games are too bright and pale on GPD Win 2 (CEMU 1.12.2d)

    So far I've tested Super Mario 3D World and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Both have issues with bright colors, they look like almost burned out.

    My screen: https://pp.userapi.com/c845020/v8450...Tv53TF5dJA.jpg
    YouTube screen: https://pp.userapi.com/c831508/v8315...NXoGTITtpQ.jpg

    That's what I've applied to a game: https://pp.userapi.com/c845020/v8450...y7r3EGWIzU.jpg
    But with these things off, I've got the same issue.
    GC color grading does nothing.

    Same issue with Super Mario 3D World, but there are not many bright spots, so i don't worry for now.

    GPD Win 2 is a tiny laptop with Intel Core m3-7Y30 and Intel HD Graphics 615. Intel driver from 3rd June (24.20.100.6136)

    Also i must say that on original hadware game looks more vibrant and contrast.

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    See if it's same without packs or/and with default settings. If yes you could report to Exzap (more directly found on discord) but know that Intel graphics are not officially supported by Cemu (even though they had more unofficial attention lately).
    Author of WiimoteHook; co-author of Static FPS mods, author of guides to game assembly patching , compiling mesa and high-res screenshots

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    Quote Originally Posted by epigramx View Post
    See if it's same without packs or/and with default settings. If yes you could report to Exzap (more directly found on discord) but know that Intel graphics are not officially supported by Cemu (even though they had more unofficial attention lately).
    Already tried without gfx packs and right now tried default settings. No luck.

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    Intel hd graphics are known to be overly bright. Are you using the -no legacy option, is that default now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xalphenos View Post
    Intel hd graphics are known to be overly bright. Are you using the -no legacy option, is that default now?
    Wow, man. Thank you very much. Now my game looks perfect. What does this option do?

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    Removes some of the workarounds that older intel gpus/drivers needed just to function. Hd 5xx/6xx with newer drivers work better without them.

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