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So i recorded a video, and I fogot about the very bright sun, and I'm not a video guy.

Perhaps I should explain, yeh. So, I recorded a video this morning with my webcam and I positioned it in a place I was sure will be great. It was great, but I forgot the morning sun is extremely bright.

The important part of the video (me) is fine, but there's a very, very bright spot coming with the window behind me and I have no idea how to reduce it.

Now here comes the real problem. I'm not a video guy, I have no idea what I'm doing, I don't know the terms, I don't know the shortcuts or tricks. I wonder if can anyone guide me to the right place?

I'm also attaching a screenshot of the problem. 

 

Using latest Final Cut Pro X.

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Whats the camera your working with? shutter speed should match your fps and what youcan do is either reduce the ISO or the aperture of the lens. I could guid you but it depends on oyur camera as some are more limited then others

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In OBS you can go to properties of webcam source, it can help

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