SweetFX Shader Suite release and discussion thread

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  1. Wanny

    Wanny Guest

    Works with Dead Space but you lose 10 fps?? No matter what you set you will lose 10 fps. Shame :(

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    Can be used to remove yellow tint!
     
  2. blaidd

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    Was lazy for a few days, here's some Sweetend-up Dishonored:

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  3. FF666

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    Also tried something with Fallout.

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    I use project reality, imaginator and some other stuff I dont remember right now.
     
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    More Borderlands 2 DLC fun times

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    Trick-forced in-game DoF on permenantly after a cut scene but I couldn't move. Snapped this before I quit the game.
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  5. CeeJay.dk

    CeeJay.dk Master Guru

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    No. Not possible without a new shader injector.
     
  6. sea

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    Awesome release.

    I am having an issue with Dragon Age: Origins, however. SweetFX is causing d3d9.dll crashes and the log file never gets beyond "initialising shader environment." It did work for a while, however after playing a bit and coming back to the game it has simply stopped working properly. I thought this might be due to forcing AO in the NVIDIA drivers, however I disabled it and it still doesn't work.


    Otherwise this is really great stuff, the sharpening + SMAA works as either cheap good-looking AA or as a way of enhancing existing AA methods. The sharpening plus the colour grading are fairly subtle, however they do a lot to make games look vibrant.
     
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    Here some more Fallout NV pics!

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    NeoEnigma's pics got me quite motivated to make more screens! They are quite beautiful! Gonna play some BL2 tomorrow!
     
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    wanny could you please share your dead space settings, just installed my copy and cant get it to look like that.

    Also are you using nvidia inspector to force AA in dead space?
     
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    ****ing amazing screenshot. Don't care for the rest. They seem too... sharp. But this here... wow.

    Heh. Here's a few more. Finally finished the DLC.

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    i meant that they are amazing!
     

  11. Wanny

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    I don't like the forcing options so I just decided to try downsampling + SMAA. Seems like the best option so far!

    Anyway I will try to do a good setting and come back with it. I think Dead Space could use SweetFX to make it more creepy. That screen was basically just a yellow decoloration + minor contrasting. Nothing more. You can do that with Lift gamma gain.

    edit : Wow Dead Space is quite unsensitive to SweetFX btw! In Fallout 3 only a tiny bit of changes would do a lot in-game.
     
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    I can not get the split screen screenshot to work, for the life of me.

    Should it work if I just hit printscreen ?

    Nevermind...it was turned off :p
     
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  13. Wanny

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    NVM looks like ****
     
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  14. gridiron whirlw

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    My bad...wrong thread :bang:
     
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    I unfortunately did not know this, and now I am seriously debating if I want to dual boot Win7 just for SweetFX...

    Games without it is just lacking
     

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    i do not know why but with Sweet Fx i have now big mouse lag and some stuttering. After removing SweetFX game works normally... some idea how fix it?
     
  17. Zyrusticae

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    I didn't realize posting 1920x1200 res screenshots was acceptable here.

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    Well it is kind of annoying :p Since you almost always have to scroll around on a forum to see an image that large. Better to post something more forum friendly :)
     
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    It's not.

    1280x1024 max please.
     
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    Hehe, I think you've been playing far too much Dishonored and Borderlands ;) They use MUCH cleaner textures, also to get that comic look. Fallout has much busier textures. I like the textures of the pipe for example. Where you really see the paint and rust coming of it. It reminds me of Urban photography that I used to do in abandoned factories etc.

    However, I do use a sharpening setting of 1.0 Maybe I could use a lower one. Furthermore, I could try some depth of field settings within fallout.
     
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