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The TV's Brightness setting only affects the intensity of the color white. The easiest way to see changes is to pause a movie or TV show that has clouds in the image. Then change your Brightness setting to your preferred video.
In your PS3 configuration you'll likely have to set the PS3 so that it is using the multi-AV rather than HDMI.(In Video Output Settings) Also on the TV input you'll have to select composite in rather than HDMI.
green sounds like a TV problem if persists with other games could be TV but im kinda thinking it is ingame settings occasionally updates can reset picture settings in the game i think for black ops it had some kind of adjust brightness until you can't see this object in background and sometimes it helps to go back and check that only other explanation would be you went to different resolution ex: 480, 720(hi def), 1080(highest high def)
Check each connection coming from your PS3 to your Reciever/TV. If they are component cables (Red/Yellow/Etc.) make sure they are in their proper color coded jacks. If it is HDMI, check that your TV is set to HDMI input.
That's not possible unless you are watching an Blu-ray. you have to control the brightness from your TV. Some games have brightness controls in the SETTINGS. You can try there if you are playing a game.
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If I had to guess I would say its the back light on the TV dying, pay close attention to if it is doing at other times and not just during DVD / Blue ray usage. If it is just during the DVD/ Blue ray usage then it could be either the Blueray drive, the video cable going bad, or the video card in the PS3 going bad. See if your PS3 is still under warrenty if it turns out to be the PS3.
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Try If switching tv will resolve the problem.Your unit work with 2 main concept...Tv and Ps3 .If you try your machine in a different tv and you don`t have any problem is something wrong with the tv you are using.Ps3 for my acknowledge..doesn`t have any chip controlling the color on it.The unit have a video processor but not Chrome processor.The tv have all the color feature etc,. Good Luck