Night Brightness

With the Night Brightness slider you can set the Brightness during the night.

Iris detects if it’s day or night based on the clock and location.

If you don’t see change when you move this slider make sure that it’s night.

The values are based on % which is the standard measure for Brightness.

The lower the value the darker the screen, the higher the value the brighter the screen.

8 thoughts on “Night Brightness

    1. The effect will only be visible if it’s night.

      Aside from this, to move the slider you need to click on the black area and drag left or right with the left mouse button.

      If this still doesn’t help write to us via Messenger or e-mail and we will try to fix this as soon as possible 🙂

      Daniel
      CEO Iris

  1. I’ve got a Question: When i set the Brightness to manual – i am not able to get a setting lower than 50%. Is there a way to make the screen even less bright? The mean thing is the screen would show me what it would look like at first – but as soon as i let the handle go it’ll pop right back to 50 and stay there.

    1. Can you make sure you are not settings the Night Brightness while it’s a day and vice verca?
      https://iristech.co/brightness-page-help/

      Alternatively, maybe you’ve clicked some setting that overwrites your current

      Can you try to click this and reset your settings?
      https://iristech.co/api/iris/reset-settings

      If that doesn’t help, can you try doing it manually as shown in this short video?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97xtceV79cU&list=PLYgsC6pUhQFpDMsoxDQQgZYaikOFzevw6&index=3&app=desktop

  2. Just to check again with you. The best way to setup the right brightness without the PWM effect is to first setup the monitor to standard brightness (default in monitor settings menu) and then to reduce brightness only through the Iris setting. Right?

  3. Will adjusting the brightness through advanced settings negate the simple setting I have on? Ex: Can I set the software to “health” but with a lower brightness?

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