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After hours testing... Watch Dogs (E3 Bloom effect working)

Discussion in 'Game Tweaks and Modifications' started by TheWorse, Jun 12, 2014.

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  1. iLLuMiNaTi

    iLLuMiNaTi Active Member

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    Thank you! :)
     
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    Is it possible to get the 0.6 dof but with all the updates from 0.7? i seriously miss the 0.6 dinamic Bokeh DOF
     
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    juanme555 Try this www28.zippyshare.com/v/57102461/file.html
     
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    TYhat explains it. I thought you were talking about 1440p ^^

    I know it is a WIP, but my thoughts:
    Make sure you significantly darken the blacks and mids at night. The ambient moon light is way too much right now to be realistic.

    Also, the mids and blacks are more green than blue in the E3 trailer (rainy night).
    Could you try and make some screenshots when its raining in the city. That way it is easier to compare the colours to the E3 demo. :)
    I wish I knew how you are doing what you are doing, I'd love to try it myself ^^
     

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    So, what are the unpacked files I need to edit to slightly decrease the amount of bloom? Sometimes it's just a bit too strong :)

    Great version 0.7 BTW!
     
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    I've copy/pasted the files in the .rar to the directory you said and changed the "_runtime" to ultra and saved it. But the graphics don't seem to have changed. Is there anything I could be doing wrong? I just set the files to validate through Steam, and I plan to re-do everything.
     
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    @VASS

    Any idea what might be wrong?
    Thank you.
     
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    Maybe someone can help here, when I unpack the patch.fat file to have a look at the windy_city xml, it seems like it's encoded or something and is unreadable. Is there something else I have to do with it?
     
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    only copy the two files from one of the cameras (normal, far, close) intoe the data_win64 folder.
     
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    Please turn down the blurry DOF. Other then that, its looking great!
     

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    I am editing a sweetfx preset the game is looking very good for me.
    trying more definition, sharper colors and darkest nights

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    Gimme
     
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    I'll never understand that much need or amount of DOF in games.

    I don't ever see what the appeal is except in digital photography, which i don't associate with games, not to say they are not art, but that's all that kinda DOF is good for imo, is photos, not gameplay.
     
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    That second picture is nice.. bum up your reflection resolution .. and it will be super giga mega ultra nice picture :D
     
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    This fixes the stutter you moron.
     
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    you should also not forget that several meshes quality changes as well not only texture resolution according to Nvidia.
     
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    Shadows aren't black unless there is a complete void of light.
     
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    How do I install SweetFX?

    I put the files in the main folder but doesn't work...
     
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