Hey I appreciate the response. That prompted me to dig a little deeper, as someone just curious and really genuinely wanting this to be fixed at some point. From a more thorough test of the issue on my end, I found that the amount of black or darker colors on the screen correspond to the dimmer lights while using Fuze with Fast Mode, regardless of the brightness set. On a full white screen the lights are at full brightness.
Interestingly enough with Fast Mode off, this is not an issue as much because the lights use any other color that is not black to set the color. While in total black screens, the lights turn off.
So there is a difference in Fast Mode and standard mode in that the color detection on screen in Fast Mode is using the amount of black on the screen to set brightness which ignores the brightness input from Fuze.
I did use Hue Sync and did experience some of the brightness reduction due to the dark colors on screen, but it was maybe a 5 -10% reduction in brightness as compared to Fuze.
I do really want to use Fuze since I can automate the process of starting Fuze and it working with LumiaStream’s other features seamlessly. It seems that the issue is on how Fuze functions during fast mode.
If I can be of assistance to the developers to test in the future regarding this issue, I would be happy to help.