Would be nice if you could give a little more detail to this instead of just saying 4 words. Also a comparison to the original and your modded graphics in the pics would be nice too. But yes good luck.
Hey, guys! EdRising here and know with a official profile! So, first of all: GREAT work so far warlordkyle! The MOD looks great and I'm very excited for the official release!
Well... I tried GeDoSaTo and SweetFX, tried to force AA through NVIDIA Control Panel too... and nothing works. And I can't find any AA Compatibility Flag to use with NVIDIA Inspector. I can't force downsampling 'cause I use my computer for work too, I need some solution in-game only. Maybe warlordkyle can include an injector or change the game files or something like that to improve AA too. I don't know, just saying.
Anyway... great MOD, for real! I'll create a separated topic to continue with the AA and stuff.
The thing about this mod is that SweetFX requires RadeonPRO which has a bunch of anti aliasing options and on top of that the Depth of Field blurs out all the jaggies in the background. And thank you :]
Post by Discoyomom on Sept 7, 2014 18:03:06 GMT -5
I like it. Idk how I feel about everything being out of focus though. Just because something isn't in your immediate proximity does not mean it should be out of focused/blurred. It does look nice though so I congratulate you . Good work.
I transferred your settings to sweetfx 1.5.1 and added levels settings to get rid of the weird over-exposed whiteness I was getting ingame. It also makes night-time scarier, and now the zombie eyes really glow:
#define Levels_black_point 18 //[0 to 255] The black point is the new black - literally. Everything darker than this will become completely black. Default is 16.0 #define Levels_white_point 255 //[0 to 255] The new white point. Everything brighter than this becomes completely white. Default is 235.0
You will have to install sweetfx 1.5.1 into dead rising. I had to use a 64 bit version, found here: mega:#!RF0hQQJQ!U6LJ4RafrIAqUIbtEDq-kMm53FNXLJH3XEwoPKCKm9U Extract sweetfx into your Dead Rising 3 directory. You can copy paste the settings I used into your sweefxsettings. Use a flashlight at night -really cool.
This looks interesting, with my Nvidia GTX 650 I couldnt put shadows in High, but with this mod now I can put them and i dont see any framerate loss, which goes between 15 and 30. Needs more testing though.