How to Change Camera Default Settings on Laptop in Windows 11

04 October 2022

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In 11, you can change the default of brightness, contrast, sharpness, and saturation on a to get the quality image and video results.

A is a must-have device on a . By using the camera, you can have video conversations using Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, or other video services and you can also use it to take pictures of the objects you want.

Some cameras can use the High Dynamic Range (HDR) or eye contact function, which allows the system to display your face as if you were looking directly at the camera, besides brightness, contrast, and rotation.

If you are experiencing problems with the image or video quality of your cameras, such as brightness, contrast, sharpness, and saturation, you can follow these instructions to fix them.

Configuration Camera in Windows 11

You can specify default for each camera connected to your computer. Camera will be stored separately for each camera and each user account. If you're using a , these camera won't sync on all devices.

When the app uses the camera, it will use the default settings. However, programs that use the camera can use alternative settings, and not every will use the default settings.

How to Change The Default Settings of Camera

  1. Go to the “Settings” of 11. You can use the keyboard shortcut () to open it.
  2. Then navigate to “Bluetooth & devices >>> Cameras“. On the right side of the panel, “Connected cameras“, select and click Connected cameras.
setting camera
  1. Then adjust the brightness, contrast, sharpness, and saturation to get the best image or video quality.
setting camera default
  1. If you want to restore to the original settings, click the “ settings” button.

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