Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by TheHunter, Jul 20, 2011.
Its in D3D10 folder, FXAA 3.11.
FXAA PPI was renamed to FXAA Tool in December. You might be using an old version.
OK looks like I was actually using an old build without the dxgi file.
Just updated and hello it suddenly appears.
This is something different with extra fx, underneath its still the same vanilla FXAA 3.11.
O yeah you dont see this DXGI.dll because its only dx9 version of the tool.
edit: ok :nerd:
Yeah I should have mentioned I was referring to the version of FXAA Tool found in FXAAToolHg6.zip
It doesn't make sense to have DXGI.dll but not work in DX10/DX11 titles. Is there any way to use FXAA Tool for DX10 titles?
Well since that file has only been included with the latest version it's possibly a bug.
This may interest you; http://mrhaandi.blogspot.co.nz/p/injectsmaa.html
Well yeah maybe, but it doesn't give the extra effects FXAATOOL has. Maybe that's what he wants instead of just the AA part?
If only someone wrote a SMAATOOL maybe? hah
Click the link in my last post.
I am aware of InjectSMAA 1.2 and its AA quality presents. As the above poster mentioned, I want the extra effects and tweaks of FXAA.
My goal is to be able to use FXAA tool with its extras (tone mapping, sepia, etc...) in DX10/DX11 games.
It's confusing because the FXAA tool zip contains both a dxgi.dll and a shader.hlsl (DX10 files) right next to the d3d9.dll and shader.fx (DX9 files).
Well the simple fact is that right now FXAA Tool won't work in DX10, so a compromise of SMAA may be your only choice...
That in incorrect.
FXAA can be used in DX10/11 games via injection, or via driver control.
We're talking about the FXAATool, not FXAA in general.
Fixed that for you.
FXAA_PPI_Rev_37.zip has it all in dx10 folder.
http://www.assembla.com/spaces/fxaa-pp-inject/documents/tag/FXAA PPI Revision 37
was that necessary? lol
its far less blurry than supersampling :stewpid:
New version of LumaSharpen - 1.3.9
- I took dynamic branching out - it was not always faster in all games, especially on Nvidia hardware and had a lower minimum framerate that the non-branching version. 1 step forward and 2 steps back. I'll add it back in once I get it right (I have some ideas for that)
+ I've made other changes to make it even faster
* I've balanced pattern 1 and 3 to have a strength that is similar to pattern 2 (the default) - Pattern 1 needed a stronger effect and pattern 3 a weaker one. This means that if you try out a different sampling pattern the strength should be similar to what you were using before, so you shouldn't have to retweak sharp_strength.
* I've also begun balancing pattern 4 but need to do more testing to ensure I've hit the right strength.
* The default strength was changed to 1.0 because I got reports from some people that they were unsure if it was on or not. A stronger default setting should fix that. Remember to change it to suit your own tastes (on a per-game basis).
EDIT: It also includes two debug settings : splitscreen and show_sharpen
splitscreen shows a splitscreen image with a before and after (lumasharpen) side
show_sharpen multiplies the sharpen effect by 4 and adds it to a greyscale tone - this way you can see where the sharpen effect is and how strong it is .. though exagerated by 400% - otherwise it's hard to see because it's so subtle.
These debug functions are useful for me when developing and may be useful for people tweaking their settings.
^Can this be combined with inject FXAA?
In fact I just compiled my first working alpha version 2 days ago and I'm working on it right now.
Here is InjectSMAAmod
I've just made it easy to use custom SMAA settings, by including a SMAA_settings.h file and telling the injector to use it.
I've tweaked the default settings to be a little less demanding that the HIGH preset and made it easier on text and UI, by setting corner rounding to 0.
On Jorge Jimenez's site there is SMAA demo application, that will allow you to play with the different settings and see the changes to the image live.
It's very helpful for figuring out what the settings do and finding a good custom preset.
I'm still working on merging Lumasharpen with antialiasing (FXAA and/or SMAA) and other effects.
Nice! Can I edit smaa_settings.h to my liking? I mean, I know I can, but will it have any effect?